A fantastic rain coat made from repurposed plastic bags and banners. The artist had some beautiful totes and purses. If anyone can help me with a credit, I forgot to get the artist's card.
Best vendor display ever by Wanderlust! We couldn't resist touring this tiny, refurbished trailer, which was filled with vintage lovelies.
Alicia Paulson (Posie Gets Cozie) and her adorable display.
I was star-struck by Nikki McClure from Olympia, Washington. If you're not familiar with her work, check her out. She does strikingly intricate paper cuts. She wrote the sweetest note to my daughter in the book I bought from her.
Emily Martin of The Black Apple. I've read her blog for a long time, and finally got to tell her in person how much I love her work. Plus, she's so sweet and nice. Emily has a new book of paper dolls out, and she'll be at Powell's on Monday for a presentation and signing.
If you're in Portland, Crafty Wonderland is still happening tomorrow. I wish I could go back another day and take pictures of the crowd. There was a cool blend of modern women, crafty chica's and vintage babes wandering around, oh, and a few men holding the babies:)
Tomorrow, I'll tell you what I bought.