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It's almost time! Can you hear the drum rolls? We can! The much-awaited BUST Magazine Craftacular Holdiay 2010 is THIS SUNDAY at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City! We've expanded this year, with nearly 300 vendors selling their unique handmade crafts throughout two floors of D.I.Y. Read More
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

BUST Craftacular on Fox

BY Molly Labell in DIY

Gather round your TV set, BUST readers! Julie Chang from Fox's Good Day New York stopped by our office recently to learn more about the upcoming BUST Magazine  Craftacular and to chat with a couple of vendors that will be featured at Sunday's event. Watch our spot on Fox and start making up your wish list! (You can even see us there in the background, hard at work!). And don't forget that the BUST Magazine Craftacular is taking place on December 12th, from 10 am to 8 pm, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. Read More
We're psyched about all the exclusive, hip, and neat treats lined up for the BUST Magazine Craftacular Holiday 2010 this Sunday, December 12th, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City! Nearly 300 vendors will be bringing you their unique crafts, from one-of-a-kind jewelry to luscious bath and body products that will make gift shopping a breeze! Their handmade and imaginative items will rock your holiday socks off, and we also have some great goodies lined up to make your experience as juicy as possible. Read More
Obligatory Holiday lists got you grumpy? Has this year's budget seized the fun out of shopping? Looking for a way to add a little sass to your merry messages? Look no further! Maybe You Should Die is a guaranteed smile with each one of their hip, cheeky cards or bean-bags-gone-mean. Enough cliche cards filled with someone else's cheer! With audacious tag-lines for every occasion, you can send one of these unconventional cards to everyone on your list, from your co-workers to your mother-in-law (considering she's BUST-y, of course), and maybe keep a few for your own decorating purposes too. Read More
What a week! Tube strikes, freezing temperatures, snow, student riots; yep last week in London got a little hectic. Time now then for a quick round up of just how rockin’ the Chistmas Craftacular in York Hall was last Sunday. Read More
It's that time of year again! Let the Holiday shopping commence! BUST is sponsoring the Kings County General Store Holiday markets in Park Slope, and admission is free! Bring your besties and don’t miss the drink specials, door prizes and special surprises all month long! Location: Southpaw 125 Fifth Ave (St John’s + Sterling) in Park Slope, NY. Sunday 12/5 and 12/19 noon-5pm.  Also visit the Kings County General Store pop up shop at the BUST Holiday Craftacular on Sunday Dec 12 at the Metropolitan Pavillion from 10 am-7pm. Read More
Debbie Tuch, BUST Craftacular vendor and the artistic mastermind behind Glitterlimes was given the wonderful opportunity of decorating the Christmas tree at Lincoln Square in Dante Park this year for the 11th Annual Winter’s Eve festival that took place Monday night. Having just moved here from San Francisco, being able to decorate the tree was a wonderful welcome to the city for Tuch, and a great way for her to get her adorable, glitzy pieces noticed. Read More
This past weekend, our UK sisters held a BUST Magazine Craftacular in London and it was the tits! They'll post more about it in a few days, after they get some much needed R & R, but in the meantime, check out these photos from the event taken by the lovely Caz Turner and posted over at her blog, . Read More
Craftacular countdown: Just 4 days now! And in anticipation of the big day I’d like to introduce you to the House of Ismay! The crafty lady behind the House is Ms. Sarah Pounder, who works out of the spare room of her house in a village in Suffolk. After studying Book Arts at university, Pounder found herself in an unrelated job, so she started selling her homemade wares at the markets on Brick Lane as something creative to do. Read More