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15th June, 2012

Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory
1960s Vintage Pink Reversible Turban
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory 
Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends
hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.
Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant. 
The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces. 
Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!
xoxo,
Elizabeth & Glory

Hand Drawn Bazaar a.k.a What I do on The Weekends

hand-drawn-bazaar:

Summer can be the most magical of times, especially when neighborhood street markets begin to pop up. Suddenly, DC is bustling with outdoor concerts, homemade crafts and fresh local produce. Oh, yes. THE JOYS OF SUMMER.

Last weekend we stumbled upon The MAKE IT Mount Pleasant Handmade Craft and Vintage Market. The whole sha-bang was a lively display of musical entertainment, crafty vendors and sidewalk sales from local restaurants like Dos Gringos & Tonic Restaurant.

The market was a tad small but the community spirit (and shopping selection!) was G-R-E-A-T. Vintage clothing, jewelry of all kinds, artisanal food creations, beauty products and house wares. SO MANY charming handmade pieces.

Some our favorite vendors included: Handmade Habitat creations, Lanyapi Designs, paper cutting from Voyo Woo and looks from Speak Vintage. Here is are our illustrated round-up!

xoxo,

Elizabeth & Glory

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