BY Samantha Albala
on Nov 17, 2014
The countdown has begun. There are five more days until the BUST Holiday Craftacular Boston. Yup, that’s right, on Saturday Nov. 22 at the Cyclorama in the Boston Center for the Arts we are hosting a whole slew of awesome from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be over 100 vendors, make-and-take crafts, an ugly sweater booth, tasty treats, gift wrapping, a cat café with adoptable cats benefiting the Broken Trail Rescue. It is sure to be a perfect day filled with creativity and inspiration. Read More
BY Rachael Roth
on Dec 10, 2013
S.W. Basics makes skincare products from scratch, using only essential ingredients so that it's safe, even for sensitive skin types. Dedicated to ethical practices, the ingredients are either certified organic or Fair Trade, or they come from small, family-owned farms. We're very excited to have S.W. Basics as a vendor at our upcoming BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair!
Founder Adina Grigore tells us more about the products:
Tell us about yourself!
Hi I'm Adina! I started S.W. Basics in Brooklyn, where we make all-natural skincare without any extra BS. Read More
Hey Londoners out there! Starting to get desperate while searching for last minute gifts this holiday season, but don’t want to be known as a lame gifter? Then come check out the BUST Magazine Christmas Craftacular on Sunday, December 16th at the York Hall in Bethnal Green.
This year’s fair, which will run from noon-6pm, features more than 70 vendors selling an assortment of creative and handmade gift-ables. From illustrated ceramics, feathered fascinators, ethical taxidermy and art prints, you’re sure to find something unique to give (or keep for yourself. Read More
Want to give the gift of beautifully crafted, eco-friendly lingerie this holiday season? (Admit it, pretty AND eco-responsible underthings sound like a damn good gift to unwrap, any time of year.)
Look no further, because Brooklyn based artist and designer Clare Bare has a range of locally and sustainably designed styles of lingerie, from boy shorts and bralettes to robes and garters. Made from bamboo jersey and vintage fabric, each piece is "structured to flatter your body in a natural way without the use of constrictive hardware. Read More
BY Intern Kaisa
on Dec 13, 2011
A resounding thanks to the vendors and BUSTy-attendees who made the BUST Magazine Craftacular & Food Fair a stellar success this past weekend! The event saw approximately 5,000 craft-loving-folk come through Saturday and Sunday to peruse funky handmade goods, nosh on delicious grub, and partake in crafty projects with BUST's founders, Laurie Henzel and Debbie Stoller.
The building was buzzing all weekend with shoppers looking for that special holiday gift, and an eclectic mix of vendors offered unique options that blew away anything you'd find at Target. Read More
BY Katie Oldaker
on Dec 10, 2010
Need a darling adornment for your holiday party ensemble? Pulp Sushi, one of BUST's Holiday Craftacular vendors, offers jewelry that will add pizazz to any outfit. Delicate flowers, whimsical charms, and unique beads make Pulp Sushi's pieces stand out and will be sure to garner you compliments aplenty. Read More