I love cards & stationery and those created by Amie Needham of A Punkin Card Company are no exception. Amie is an enthusiastic designer that was a pleasure to visit with. She opened a Shop @ Funky Finds Monday after the show! Her modern designs have a retro twist to them and are full of beautiful colors. She also has a great Halloween card named Boo Birdies.
Another Amy we enjoyed visiting with was Amy Barber of Sweettooth Bags. Many of Amy's beautiful handbags that were on display were adorned with unique vintage brooches she found in New York during the summer. She creates a wide variety of styles ranging from clutches to bangle totes, as well as hair accessories.
Lisa Knaggs of Bark for Peace is another business owner that was very enthusiastic about her work. Being a dog lover myself I was happy to discover her organic vegan dog treats & handmade toys. It was also great to learn that all of Lisa uses biodegradable/compostable packaging. The natural soaps & cleansers also look to be terrific.
Mary Jane's Attic has a wonderful selection of gorgeous yarns. The handpainted yarns are especially intriguing. If you enjoy wool felting or would like to learn, check out the supplies & kits available in their shop.
Lillie's 5 & Dime stocks lots of fun retro handmade products. I love the vintage imagery used on the coin purses, as well as the ric rac & felt designs. You'll also find many cards featuring unique & unexpected photos & illustrations.