Friday, December 17, 2010

Shop Smart At ArtsCetera: Support Local Businesses And Artisans

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ArtsCetera is holding its final pop-up holiday shop of the season on Saturday and Sunday. Here is a wonderful chance to support area artisans and small local businesses. So, if you are looking for unique gifts, take advantage of this last shopping week-end.

Saturday: 1 to 8 pm
Sunday: 11 to 6 pm
212 Smith Street
Between Butler & Baltic Streets
Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Pop-Up Shop Vendors

Saturday, December 18th:


Jewelry for Men, Women & Girls, Designer Tees for Babies, Children and Adults

Women’s Hats ,Children’s Books & Gifts


Barefoot Books http://www.barefootbooks.com

Barefoot Books creates carefully crafted, children's books, CDs, games and toys that spark imagination, exploration, and creativity. Their award-winning products are perfect for children of every age, and represent the cultures and arts of our global community.


Fatima Maria http://www.etsy.com/shop/fatimamaria

One-of-a-kind necklaces that are hand-crocheted with semi-precious stones for both women and girls. Fatima also designs a small collection of t-shirts for women that are hand screenprinted with charming illustrations.


Hats by Nadege http://www.hatsbynadege.com

Nadege Brunacci creates a stunning line of hats completely handmade according to

traditional methods, using wooden blocks and hand stitching. From everyday wear to fanciful hats for special occasions, Nadegeʼs hats finish the look for any woman.


Kataplin http://kataplin.com

Kataplin creates one of a kind whimsical designs for babies and kids, women's and men's casual wear and accessories including slippers, pillows and scarves. From onesies to tee shirts and hoodies, Kataplinʼs designs are hand silk-screened here in Brooklyn.


Tam Aura Jewelry http://www.tamaura.com

Inspired by the basic architecture of simple things, designer Tami Brooks creates distinctive jewelry for both men and women. Her one-of-kind pieces spark interest and conversation through the use of unique materials such as wood, suede and concrete



Pop-Up Shop Vendors

Sunday, December 19th:


Women’s and Men’s Jewelry, Totes & Snack Sacks Children’s Books, Natural Hair & Skin Products, Designer Tees for Babies, Children and Adults


Annabuilt www.annabuilt.com

Annabuilt offers handcrafted jewelry and sculpture, made from reclaimed vintage tins and cans to create unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. Designer Anna Johansson also crafts stained glass with a fresh, modern take on a traditional art.


Barefoot Books http://www.barefootbooks.com

Barefoot Books creates carefully crafted, children's books, CDs, games and toys that spark imagination, exploration, and creativity. Their award-winning products are perfect for children of every age, and represent the cultures and arts of our global community.



BebelooshMini http://www.etsy.com/shop/BebelooshMini

BebelooshMini expands the practice of reduce, reuse, recycle into its handmade line of adorable, reusable snack bags, lunch totes and table accessories, hand crafted and appliqued with a blend of recycled hemp and organic cotton.


Jelly Beary http://etsy.com/shop/carmelsprinkles

Jelly Beary products were developed by a mom frustrated by the lack of affordable, pure skin & hair products for children. All natural paraben-free hair care products nourish the hair, whether itʼs kinky, curly, dry or twirly; Eczema Skin Lotion soothes & heals beautifully.



Kataplin http://kataplin.com

Kataplin creates one of a kind whimsical designs for babies and kids, women's and men's casual wear and accessories including slippers, pillows and scarves. From onesies to tee shirts and hoodies, Kataplinʼs designs are hand silk-screened here in Brooklyn



Once Upon A Paper http://www.etsy.com/shop/onceuponapaper

Archival prints of original watercolor and gouache paintings and pencil drawings. Vibrant, modern, clean designs that compliment any decor.



Tam Aura Jewelry http://www.tamaura.com

Inspired by the basic architecture of simple things, designer Tami Brooks creates distinctive jewelry for both men and women. Her one-of-kind pieces spark interest and conversation through the use of unique materials such as wood, suede and concrete.


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