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The BUST Craftacular @ World Maker Faire is fast approaching (Sat & Sun, Sept 20 & 21!) and since we have loads of pent up excitement about it we've been chatting with some of our wonderful vendors to bide our time until then. We recently sat down with Lindsey Eisentraut of Eisentraut Jewelry about her inspiration from nature and her family. B: Tell us a little about yourself and your wares. What's your main goal for your business, why did you start, how would you describe your brand's personality? How did you get your name? You get the gist. Read More
  You haven’t had peanut butter until you’ve had one of Jenny and Jonny’s party-in-your-mouth spreads. Using the most excellent organic ingredients, the creative couple whips up one-of-a-kind nut butters like Enter Cinnaman and Every Rosemary Has Its Thorn. Their company Better Off Spread will take your PB&J to an epic level, and we could not be more thrilled to have them as one of our vendors at our BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair!      Read on to learn more about the dynamic duo... Read More
Michelle Edgemont provides the perfect mix of classic and quirky in her modern wedding design company. With an eye towards individuality and personal expression, Edgemont offers couples the opportunity to create a truly one-of-a-kind wedding. With her whimsical and contemporary sense of style, your special day will reach new heights of beautiful awesomeness!  Read on to learn more about Michelle and her creations...     Tell us about yourself!  My name is Michelle Edgemont and I own a wedding design and floral business that goes by the same name based in Brooklyn, NY. Read More
Luludi Living Frames is unlike anything you've seen before. They offer a completely unique selection of terrariums and planters that are playful, refreshing, and seriously beautiful. Whether you want to bring life to a grey cubicle or give your home a dose of the great outdoors, Luludi Living Frames has you covered. We couldn't be happier to have Luludi Living Frames as one of our vendors at this December's BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair! Read on for our chat with Liza Fiorentinos, creator of Luludi Living Frames... Read More
  When it comes to Dea Dia Jewelry, each piece is truly unique. The raw, unfinished brass changes in look and texture over time. The natural crystals used are collected on adventures across the country. Basically, if any jewelry were ever to give you magical powers, it would be Dea Dia.  We couldn't be more excited to have Dea Dia as one of our vendors at this December's BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair! Read on to find out more from Dea Dia's creator herself, Jessica Lawson. Read More
Red’s Vintage Threads has something for everyone, from ’90s grunge girls to adorable 1940s ladies! Founder Maegan Hayward’s truly distinctive eye and passion for vintage reveals itself in her clothing and accessory treasures. From graphic tees to prom dresses, her carefully collected garments will transport you to any decade of your choosing. We are so thrilled to feature Red’s Vintage Threads as one of our vendors at this December's BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair!     Read on to learn more about Red's Vintage Threads and Maegan's story... Read More
  Most skin care products are filled with icky chemicals, and when Cynthia Besteman was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was inspired by her fellow women to create heathy and luxurious products that fit easily into all women’s lives. She founded the skincare company Violets are Blue, and with the help of a biochemist, an herb farmer, and a cancer researcher, Besteman has created a one-of-a-kind “Chemo Care” line. With an eye for sustainability, Violets are Blue uses only the best ingredients and never tests on animals. Read More
  FattyCakesNY is truly a New York gem if we ever saw one! Founder Jennifer Taylor-Miller started experimenting with baking back in 2009, when she worked in children’s media. Before she knew it, her co-workers were begging her for bites of her insanely delicious baked goods, which often included unexpected ingredients like candy or popcorn! Four years later, FattyCakesNY is the city’s go-to for unique and sweet experiences. Read More
It's no secret that we're huge effing fans of teenage girls--every day, it only becomes clearer that age ain't nothin' but a number. We were super impressed by 16-year-old entrepreneur Emma Johnson, who is the maker and founder of Em John, a preppy, sweet-yet-quirky jewelry line. Her BUST Magazine Craftacular entry was professional and thoughtful far beyond her years, and we're excited to feature Em John as one of our vendors at this December's BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair! Read on for the sweet story behind Emma's jewelry line and more... Read More
Coconut, raspberry, cucumber, blueberry, pomegranate…this isn’t a menu for some fabulous hangover-cure shake, these are just some of the organic, “wild-crafted” ingredients for the multi-tasking face balm produced by Lee-Lai Natural Skincare.     Lee-Lai Natural Skincare was created in Brooklyn by Cyan Bonacci, a self proclaimed “lover of herbs, botanicals, and all things organic.”  She uses quality (and pronounce-able) ingredients in her skincare line.  The line caters to the city gal who needs her shelf space. Read More