And while we’re looking at footwear, these are some very succulent shoes!
I thought these mason bee houses were pretty cool!
Bracken has one of these Wood Baby Rattles, that our friend Amanda gave him. He loves it!
Look at all these gorgeous local woods! Earnest Efforts makes them with sustainably harvested Oregon woods.
They make gorgeous wood drawers and boxes too. This just looks like something you’d find in a hobbit’s house (and to me that is the highest compliment!)
A splash of colorful magnets for your refrigerator, with Nancy Bright’s inspiring artwork.
We are grateful to have prints of some of her watercolors, blessing the walls of our home.
She has window stickers.
And journals too!
Here are a bunch of earrings in our Mystic Orb booth that I was telling you about.
You can see what they look like on those earring cards I made.
And our new wood buttons got lots of attention. It’s not everyday that you see vibrant yellow wood!
(No, I haven’t got our new buttons loaded on our Etsy Shop quite yet. Soon!)
And you all know how much I love Christelle’s felted soap!! It works as a washcloth, so you save on laundry. These days, the less laundry I have to do the better, and washcloths can really pile up fast.
I could smell all the different scents in Moon Root Soaps’ booth all day long. Our favorite in her body butter right now is lavender mint. It’s great to rub on sore backs and tired feet. Oh. My. God. It smells so good.
And I’ve talked about her laundry detergent before. I just wanted to take another picture because I love how she has it displayed with the washboard!
To be honest, cologne and perfume make me gag (gotta be honest here) so I typically hold my breath until they’re long gone. But these aromatic mists with pure essential oils are so darn yummy. I love patchouli lemongrass. Oh heck, I love them all.
And look at these cedar garden signs at Tarra Hartlauer’s booth! She sells these natural, un-painted ones for $4 each and the brightly painted ones for $6. What a great re-usable alternative to plastic plant markers.
You can show your love for Eugene with these screen-printed tees by Amy Clancy. They are so soft.
I like this new design (well, maybe it’s not new, but I noticed for the first time last weekend.)
As always, I love trees!
She makes bags too. (Yes, that suitcase to the left is a sale bin, with some great deals!)
Now we enter Fiona McAuliffe‘s vibrantly colored booth. (Bless her heart for the sweet hand-me-downs she has given to Bracken, they are well-used!) I love these two prints of hers, with magical woodland scenes.
My picture of this card didn’t turn out that well, but I still wanted to show the awesomeness of this garlic mandala! There needs to be more artwork dedicated to garlic in the world, huh?
She sells colorful window stickers.
This Oak Tree Man (sorry, not sure of the title) sticker is my favorite. Along the bottom it says:
‘A Tree Dreams The World In Slower Time Than We.’
One of Fiona’s newer items she offers are these Mandala Coloring Books. They look like so much fun!
Here are banners in Touch The Earth‘s booth. Their booth feels very zen.
They have prayer flags.
I love this tree prayer flag.
The images are beautiful and so are the words.
I could have kept taking pictures all day.
It was just about time to pack up and go home, when I passed by these tiny glass jars gleaming in the afternoon light, from Infinite Cosmos.
They had a tray with $5 glass jars and I wondered how can they sell those for $5?! I don’t know, but I know one thing’s for sure, with how full their booth was, they work hard!
Thanks for joining me for a tour around a few market booths!
If you’d like to look around last week’s market a little more, you can check out this post:
Saturday Market #13: Lucky 13 Brings Us Sun At Last from the Saturday Market Moments blog. They posted a picture of Bracken, Jeff and I, that is one of my favorites. Seeing it brought me the biggest smile.
Can’t wait till next time!