Shopping for vintage can be a fun experience. The thrill of the hunt is half the fun for some people, but for others the idea of sifting through stores full of "other people's stuff" to find that one gem is a daunting task. So what to do? Leave it to the experts, like the adorable duo Jake and Megan. With a love for all things vintage, they've got some amazing finds in their Etsy store. Check out their blog too to find out what's happening in the Nerd Nest.
Their vinyl record bookends were featured on the front page of Etsy.
Instant vintage thermos collection.
All their holiday decor is 15% off.
Totally lusting after this little beauty. Who wants to buy it for me for Christmas?
Our very last post for the Honeypot Shop vendors is certainly not the least. We Are Tribe Vintage is quietly gaining speed, and we have no doubt they'll take Kansas City by storm. With an amazing collection of rare vintage finds, and a styling aesthetic all her own, Elizabeth Bohannon (aka Bo), is creating a niche in the cities fashion world that's all her own. We can't wait to see all the new things that happen with this awesome business in the future! Although her ebay store is currently empty, visit Facebook and become a fan to stay updated on all the new developments!
Cara Long of Sweet Mud Clay Works creates beautiful and also super fun art jewelry. Each piece is hand made from porcelain and painted by Cara. She offers pieces in a variety of sizes, and also colors, so your sure to find something perfectly suited to that picky friend or relative you need to shop for. Even better Cara also offers gift certificates!
Ending on Thursday the 18th Cara is running a 12 days of Christmas special. Each day in her online Etsy shop she will offer 40% off one special item. It's her way of saying thank you to all her loyal fans and followers, so check out her Etsy store today for some major holiday savings!
We were lucky enough to have MOTUV at the Honeypot Shop selling delicious vegan cupcakes. You may be wondering what MOTUV is, so here's a little more from their website:
MOTUV is a diverse collection of people from the greater Kansas City metropolitan area who gather weekly to discuss and practice projects based in community building/outreach with emphasis on locally prepared vegan meals
Please visit the MOTUV website to find out more about this amazing locally based movement and how to get involved.
What lovely lady doesn't love a little hair accessory to add a little pop to any outfit? Look no further than Shi Shi Brand silk hair flowers for just the right details you can add to your ensemble. Wear them in your hair, as a brooch, or however else you can imagine. Created by Daniel Meister, these little guys would make a perfect addition to any holiday wish list (also sold at Birdies).
Talk about a cute overload, this pair of shops has got adorableness down to a science. It must run in the family (they're sisters). Heather of Six Floors Up produces baby onesies, plushes, re-usable gift bags, and more all with sweet embroidered animals and floral designs. BackyardINK is a husband wife team, Chris and Tina, that create their own stationary, prints, wedding invites, and other paper goods. They try to use as many recycled materials as possible in the production of their products, and their designs are original and whimsical.
Janay is probably best known around Kansas City for her amazing bridal couture, but at the Honeypot Shop she presented us with all kinds of goodies that would be perfect for the holidays. Hand made pillows, hair accessories, clutches, and jewelry were just a few of the offerings for people to shop. Find out more about Janay and her products at Janay A. Handmade online.
Some of our awesome vendors from last weekends Honeypot Shop were featured in the Shopping Scouts online column. Melanie wrote an article "Va-Va-Va-Vintage" about finding great vintage and included Jessie from The Spice Rack as well as Bo from We Are Tribe Vintage.
The Honeypot Shop had a little extra flair at this event thanks to graphic designer Sean Moore, aka Lugnut. Sean's products include his own unique designs printed on jackets and hoodies for the guys, and fun jewelry and accessories inspired by tattoo and motorcycle art for the ladies. Plus he sells his work at a super affordable price point, perfect for holiday gift giving. Find out more about Sean on his website: Lugnut Industries.
Hello one and all. Not only am I the author of this lovely blog, but I will also be selling my wares at the Honeypot Shop on Saturday. My business name is emmy-ray and I create hand made jewelry, using new and vintage pieces. Some of the work is fabricated from scratch, and to make some if it I utilize found objects and other media. No matter what my jewelry design is always feminine, whimsical, and quirky.
Letterpress has become such a hot trend in the past few years, and Jill of Ruff House Art creates beautiful stationary, calendars, and other fun items like coasters with this classic medium. Her eye for design helps her to come up with unique pieces that are sure to please the people on your holiday list. Plus how could you resist her beautiful up-cycled bathtub couches? That's right, you have to see them to believe them. So come see Jill at the Honeypot Shop this Saturday.
Plushes, and onesies, and coffee sleeves, oh my! Aunalise of My Sweet Potatoes has something for everyone on your gift list. One look at her Etsy shop and you can't help but fall in love with all the cuteness that abounds. She'll be selling her creations at the Holiday Honeypot Shop, and will even be set up to customize an order for you right on the spot.