Thursday, December 4, 2008

Seattle Craft fair this weekend!!

The fourth annual Urban Craft Uprising Holiday show is right around the corner! That’s right folk’s; this year will knock your socks off! We have some of the BEST indie crafters coming to Seattle to strike your fancy for all your holiday needs. Over 100 vendors under one roof for one stop holiday shopping that will make you feel good about the holidays. Support local and independent designers! Shop outside the box!

Date: Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th
Time: 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Where: Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
Admission: Free!

What is Urban Craft Uprising?
- A craft sale by indie designers and crafters throughout the day beginning at 11 a.m.
- Swag bags will be handed out to the first 100 visitors each day with samplings from vendors and sponsors - so be sure to arrive early! Last year a line started before our vendors arrived!
- DIY wrapping station- recycled materials to make your wrapping unique and environmentally friendly

- Author Book Signings

- Free giveaways every hour

DIY Wrapping Station

The Creation Station will be sponsoring our first ever, wrapping station. Make all your holiday presents fun and festive with your own wrap job. Creation Station is an innovative crafts store and art studio located in Lynnwood, Wash. For the past 15 years, they have supplied surplus and recycled materials to teachers, students, artists, inventors, scientists, engineers and all those who love to create and dream and now to Urban Craft Uprising shoppers! For the low cost of $3.00, get all your presents ready for under the tree, stocking, menorah, you name it!

Author Signings
Some of the authors scheduled include Laura Bacon and Emira Mears of The Boss of You, Matthew Porter ofABC, Count the Birdies and Monkey World and Michelle Goodman of My So-Called Freelance Life and The Anti 9-to-5 Guide. Check back on our website for the latest schedule.

For a preview of whom you might see at this year’s UCU please visit us online at Urban Craft Uprising

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