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OutNAbout - Weekend in Review 4/10 - 4/11

Well, I had ambitious plans for this weekend but, as you know, sometimes life just takes over. Richard and I were only able to make it to one show, but we still had a great time and met a lot of wonderfully talented artists and crafters!

Urban Street Bazaar




This was our first Urban Street Bazaar, and we were not disappointed! The show stretched down Bishop and featured many, many vendors showcasing a large variety of artistic and crafty creations. The live music was great, the crowd was steady and friendly, and the event was a lovely way to spend your Saturday afternoon!

We saw a lot of new faces, which is always fun. I especially loved all the custom clothing vendors, such as Shy Violet and Rewerked. Another super creative vendor was Pigsey Art. Her upcycled journals gave me hope of finally finding a way to incorporate my love of old books into my actual everyday life!

I hope all the vendors survived the occasional gust of wind that seems to be a reoccurring theme with Texas Shows lately. Here's hoping we've seen the last of it! As always, thanks to all the shoppers that came out this weekend and supported their local Arts & Crafts community. See you out and about soon!

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