This week had been full of restocks!! New Moss Handmade, a huuge restock of Seahag and Walrus, and House of Six Cats.
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This weekend I packed up my own line at Little Things, Travelust, and hit the road. The road happened to be only a couple blocks from the shop at the Mission Theater for the Stumptown Sweetheart’s wedding show. It was great and the vendors aaaamazing!! I was happy to work with the lovely ladies at Crafty Underdog, and to take in a beautiful fashion show by Mag-Big. My favorite dress happened to be the last and it was a beauty. So pretty that I couldn’t take my eyes off it to take a picture Buuut here’s a few pictures of my little booth.
If you’re interested in getting a custom Travelust piece just email me and we’ll chat about it andrea @ littlethingspdx.com … The possibilities limitless!!
That’s right I said PINATA!! Little Things is very very excited to start May with a fun festive First Thursday with Alaina and her creatively awesome PINATAS!! We’re talking Diamonds, Oregon State Shapes, CORN DOGS, and MORE!!
Pacific North West native Alaina Mickes works predominately in papier mâché, mixing paper, flour and water to create wearable fine art, unique piñatas and other colorful décor. The majority of her work is inspired by the Day of the Dead, a predominately Latin holiday that raucously celebrates (rather than mourns) the lives of the deceased. For Alaina, papier mâché best represents the transitory nature of life and challenges her to transform these simple elements into a complex work of art.
Along with our Pinata Party our ActivSpace neighbors are staying open late too!! Check out what they are up to…
Join us for our SECOND trunk show with AMiRA. We’ll be showing her line through the weekend 4/22-4/24. It’s so lovely to have miss Amira back. Come down and meet the amazing artist Friday night, drink some Champagne with us, see her exclusive pieces that she only is showing here at Little Things first!! I’ve heard from a little bird that there are going to be some OUT OF THIS WORLD pieces. Color, details, texture, metals.
Amira’s Jewelry Collection consists of handmade original designs using Macrame techniques with authentic South and Latin American string and various alternative materials, such as canvas, vinyl, leather, paint, collage, metals, stone, glass and ceramic beads.
Her innovative canvas line includes hand painted and cut canvas fragments sewn together. With a keen sense of color and an interest in textile design, Amira creates bold, and refreshing pieces of jewelry that may be worn casual and dressed up.