So you stumbled upon the do-it-yourself Yanni nail tip manicure set and it scarred you from ever clicking an Etsy link again? Fear no more! As funny as it would be, there's nothing "regretsy" about the handmade craft show coming to Fort Worth this Saturday. Produced by Etsy Fort Worth, the twice-yearly Cowtown Indie Bazaar features 90 hand-picked vendors showcasing their art, skills and wares; Yanni nails sold separately. The spring craft show is in the Round Up Inn, downstairs in the Will Rogers Memorial Center on Lancaster Avenue. Admission is free, and if you're one of the first 50 in the door, you will get a free goodie bag filled with handmade treasures. Because it's difficult to knit a credit card machine, bring cash if you plan on buying and be sure to save some dollars to enter a raffle to benefit a local charity. You'll fine a little bit of everything at the bazaar, including ceramics, clothing, edibles, jewelry, pet products, stationary, soap and more. Better than just a "craft show," this locally-geared art show benefits the DFW metroplex community and supports the handmade arts. For more information, visit cowtownindiebazaar.com.
Sat., March 19, 2011
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