Three more fairs, one more weekend

After the four fairs of this past weekend (I'm still recovering) we have three more great events to look forward to in the week to come.


Friday evening get your cool on and meet us at the Pink Comma Gallery in Boston's South End for a one-night-only opening and print design extravaganza.
This year’s exhibit is entitled Command-P for the Macintosh keyboard shortcut that allows one to print the digital contents of their screen. Command-P explores the dichotomy between traditional and contemporary printing techniques. Each artist in this exhibit uses digital manipulation and classic printing methods in varying degrees to create their work. Whether manually screen-printed computer illustrations or die-cut letterpress prints, the pieces in this show represent the wide spectrum of work celebrating the art of printed matter.
Friday, December 9 from 6 to 10 pm at 46 Waltham Street, Courtyard 1, Boston.

Saturday you'll find us in the Cathedral High School Gym (also in the South End) for the annual SoWa Holiday Market. This fair is always packed but chock full of great makers - fine art, clothes, stationery, ceramics, jewelry, handbags, and don't forget the Yummy Mummy Brownies!

Saturday, December 10 from 11 am until 7 pm at 74 Union Park Street, Boston. $5 admission (kids are free).

Last, but certainly not least, we'll be back in our hometown Somerville for the Snow Mall at the Armory.

Sunday, December 11 from 12 until 6, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville.

As always, you can find our calendars, coasters, notebooks, and holiday cards on Etsy while they last. If you can't make it to one of the fairs and still want to support local businesses, Magpie in Davis Square, Somerville has a great selection of our holiday goodies in stock. For those a bit further away, stop by Concord Handmade in NH or Craftland in RI for even more local crafty goodness.

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