Some of the fun things we saw:
girls can tell sells fun housewares, gifts, and onesies with diagram illustrations, like this one featuring San Francisco structures. We were also a fan of the robot print.
We got a kick out of the Leafcutter Designs booth. I ended up getting a set of cocktail dice. Basically you roll the dice and then make a drink out of the ingredients you rolled.
Woolbuddy sells great handmade fuzzy creatures (and kits to make your own) but we were naturally attracted to the huge R2D2.
We loved pretty much all of the art from Petit Collage and ended up buying these two robot prints for Henry's room. We almost got this San Francisco print and I kind of wish we had now since it was on sale at the fair. There's always this, more affordable version.
Anna Todaro had some fun paintings, including this one of Spock. We also enjoyed her rendition of Yoda.
Gnome Enterprises sells whimsical, handprinted apparel like these onesies.
I got a kick out of the wood ties from Wood Thumb, all of which are from reclaimed wood.
Alyson Thomas of Drywell Art creates "quality meat art." I particularly enjoyed this San Francisco print.
Scott was enamored by the art at Peaceful Traveler Wicked Wanderer and we ended up getting this print of the periodic table to hang in the living room (if we ever get around to painting the walls in there).
Of course with over 250 booths, this is just a sample of what the Renegade Craft Fair has to offer. My sister and I enjoyed checking out all of the jewelry booths but a lot of it was far too expensive. I did end up getting a cute pair of vintage heart studs from Diament Jewelry. I also have to give a shout out to Krust and her awesome bags. I own one of her oversized clutches (in a houndstooth print of course) and I love it. I also have my eye on the Everyday Chevron purse, but since I'm pretty much glued to my diaper bag these days, I don't have the need for a new bag.
Since it was a gorgeous day, and Fort Mason has great views of the bay, we decided to a few shots outside.
|I love the panorama feature on the Galaxy Nexus|
We finished up the day with a late lunch at Barney's Burgers before saying good bye to my sister and heading home. All in all a great way to spend a Saturday!
Bonus shot (can't remember which booth was encouraging photos with these fun cardboard cutouts):