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Friday, July 27, 2012

SF Renegade Part 1

Hello Bunnies!

Last weekend, I got to go to Renegade Craft Fair and it was a whole lot of fun!  I enjoyed strolling through and seeing all the nice displays and beautiful handmade items.  My only wish is that there were more packaging/washi tape shops!  But luckily, one of my absolute favorite bloggers was there and we raided her table.   Bought a few items from her table in which I will write about in my next haul post.  For now, I will just share some pictures from the day:

Entering Fort Mason for the craft fair! 
 The tea lover in me was instantly gravitated towards this shop's stand.

 I am a sucker for smiley and cute looking animals.  Although, I'm not sure what they are.  Is that a unicorn or a whale?  The horn is confusing me.  And the one I'm holding, I'm guessing is a dinosaur, right? or an alligator? 

 Here's the green dinosaur again!

 It was a madhouse.  Some tables had so many people surrounding it.  Was fun, but crazy.  I think if I had my husband with me, he would've had a headache just looking at all the people who were there.

 I really liked the cupcake looking plate with the face on it.  Is that a cupcake or maybe it's a poop? not sure, but it's cute.

Oh Hello Friend.  One of my favorite bloggers!! Of course, I was too nervous to actually tell her I am an avid reader.  But look at her table.  It was filled with such pretty goodies.  My friend and I hovered over the washi tape box sitting right there in the middle for a good 30 minutes.  There was a huge crowd behind us - sorry people, but we're obsessed! hope you understood :P

  Glad I didn't drag the husband along for this one.  Shopping w/ my fellow friends who share my same washi tape obsession made this trip so much more fun!


16 comments:

  1. Oh my, that seems like so much fun!!! I think it's a dinosaur, the one you're holding. And I bet the girl next to you is holding a whalicorn ;-)

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    1. Lol, that makes so much sense - whalicorn!

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  2. Darn. Elisse beat me to it as I was going to say that it was a uniwhale. :D

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  3. Looks like so much fun! I went to the one in london last year and I hope they come back this year! I love seeing the sellers actually crafting and got to chat to loads of friendly people about their work.

    Kat x

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    1. Yeah, it's amazing all the stuff they create. I love it! Hope you will have a fair come to you soon too :)

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  4. This looks great, I've never been to a craft fair etc... but would love to go. Maybe one day.

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    1. Yes definitely go one day. So fun! lots of inspiration

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  5. wow the fair looks awesome! Attending such craft fairs is high in my to-do list!

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    1. It was so awesome! They're so much fun. I hope you go too, i'd love to hear about your experiences! Hope you are enjoying your last few days/weeks in Japan!

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  6. Wow, there were a lot of people! Everything looks really neat! I want all the tea supplies, haha :p.

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    1. seriously! there were so many people and yeah, was tempted to buy from this table.. although again, me the self control part of me told me not to. haha. In the end, no regrets. I went to the fair for packaging stuff and that's all I came away with :)

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  7. I had forgotten to say, it's cool to be able to see you! This is the first time I see a pic of you.

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  8. Greetings from Malaysia! I discovered your lovely blog and I really like it. I'm now officially following it! Keep lots of wonderful posts coming! Have a great week ahead! :)

    Bree
    http://theperfectmagni.blogspot.com/

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    1. That puts a smile on my face! Thanks so much for your kind words - I checked out your blog too and love it as well! Following you now too!

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