That is one empty freeway! Speaking of empty freeways,
LA was a complete ghost town this weekend.
We got to Renegade in 10 minutes from West LA (unheard of)
and also ventured over to Silverlake for the rest of the afternoon
(more on that later).
So “Carmageddon” turned out to be quite nice. No traffic anywhere!
Renegade Craft Fair was amazing once again. If you ever get the chance to go
in one of your cities, I highly recommend!
Beautiful handmade and vintage jewelry,
letterpress, stationary, custom-made stamps,
washi tape galore, baker’s twine,
art art and more art,
handmade soaps and candles,
basically anything and everything you could ever want.
I didn’t take that many photos because I’m a really good blogger
and forgot my camera.
Oh, and I spent all o’ my time spending cash too.
What did I buy, you ask?
Several bracelets and rings, a handful of cards and stationary, a “hello” stamp,
another washi masking tape, a craft magazine called Uppercase, and piece of wood art.
Renegade has so many great things to offer and I was happy to support!
But here are a few instagrams from the day:
[it was a HOT day so thank goodness for this breezy H&M skirt]
[we got one of these carved woods of the Los Angeles skyline]
[table after table of the neatest jewelry]
[I wanted to order one of these custom address stamps so badly!]
[my goodies from “Oh, Hello Friend” – LOVE that table/blog/girl]