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- enSoie's colorful booth.
- Creative holiday decor by Crafting Community.
- More of Crafting Community's clever DIY projects.
- Earth apothecary by Poppy & Someday, which can also be purchased at DTLA wellness oasis
- Whimsical handmade ceramic planters by British expat TW Workshop.
- Buttery handmade leather handbags by Echo Park Craft Fair co-founder Beatrice Valenzuela.
- Teeny-tiny versions of stylish adult clothes by Ultra Violet Kids.
- Beautiful baby moccasins by Neon Rae.
- Arty giftables by Karen Kimmel.
- Minimalist geometric baggage by Jujumade.
- Where else could you find hand-dyed handkerchiefs amidst one-of-a-kind stationery?
- We want to live in this chunky-knit-and-denim combo by our friends at Obje
- Annie Costello Brown's mixed media jewelry is inspired by her California roots.
- Moon Juice keeping shoppers satiated.
- The fun wasn't just inside; an assembly line of artisanal food vendors held court outside Mack Sennett Studios.
- Farm to front door goodness by organic food delivery service Summerland.
This past weekend, designers Beatrice Valenzuela and Rachel Craven hosted their crowd-pleasing Echo Park Craft Fair, located at Mack Sennett Studios. Offering more than 70 ultra-indie vendors ranging from home decor to handcrafted leathers, the two-day event drew a collection of stylish shoppers that were as talented as the participating artists on display.
We took the marketplace a spin yesterday to see what the Valenzuela-Craven dream team has cooked up this season and were pleased to see that the space offered wall-to-wall holiday gifting options. Read on to see some of the fair's standout vendors and shop a selection online now that EPCF has just gone e-commerce.
· Echo Park Craft Fair [Official Site]
· Indie Marketplace Echo Park Craft Fair Returns This Weekend [Racked]