All posts tagged December

A Portland Christmas

This Saturday is a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done! A Portland Christmas annual holiday art sale is going on from 12-8PM at Nelligan Hall. (2010 Portland Avenue). Everything is under $50 and there will be over 40 artists and crafters there selling! Fly Away Fox will be there with beautiful handmade hair accessories, vintage finds, one-0f-a-kind cake stands, dry erase boards, owl ornaments and more! Don’t miss out on some great deals while supporting your local economy. Check out my booths from the last two weeks of selling at art fairs to get an idea for what this Saturday is going to be!

Flea Off Market — December 10, 2011

Mama’s Hip Holiday Bazaar — December 3 2011

New Aprons at Nitty Gritty

Fly Away Fox aprons can now be purchased at the Nitty Gritty! Each one is one-of-a-kind and made with vintage and repurposed material. Stop in and get one today!

The Nitty Gritty is a fabulous vintage store carrying clothes, costumes and accessories! They’re located at 996 Barrett Avenue in the Highlands. They’re open Sunday 11AM-5PM and Monday-Saturday 11AM-6PM.

Washi Tape

Washi Paper Masking Tape is multi-purpose adhesive tape made of washi, handmade Japanese paper known for its use by artists and craftspeople. It comes in beautiful styles and colors and can be used for gift-wrapping, book-marking, arts and crafts, and other projects. It is easy to tear by hand, write on, and remove.

Cute Tape is a great website for purchasing Washi Tape. They carry a huge variety of styles perfect for your DIY craft projects!

Holiday Gift Guide – Children

Buy local for your nieces, nephews, children or friends’ children! These gifts are a great way to buy fabulous presents while supporting local artists and businesses.

These building block toys by Mia Boo on Etsy are adorable! Only $24 and $20 for the sets!

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Harvest Restaurant

Harvest Restaurant is a local establishment located in the NuLu district.  They feature delicious creations by Chef Coby Ming made with locally sourced ingredients. Their menu is constantly changing but includes items like:

burger, chevre, bibb lettuce, hog jowl bacon jam, pretzel bun

buttermilk fried chicken, arugula biscuit hoecake, smoked peppercorn gravy

ravioli, smoked goat cheese, roasted mushroom broth, garlic crouton, rapini pesto

greens, house cured bacon, scallions, warm sherry vinaigrette, poached local egg

smoked pork shoulder, rapini, potato cakes, garlic-sage jus

sorghum spice cookie / vanilla ice cream / candied bacon

Harvest’s Bar Manager Stacie Stewart had a drink featured in the December 2011 Southern Living! Hot Buttered Rye!

Harvest Restaurant is the happy home to Fly Away Fox blue mason jar soap dispensers!!!! If you haven’t been to Harvest yet, head down there for some delicious local fare and check out my dispensers when you use the restroom.

Harvest Restaurant is located 624 East Market Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Hours:
Lunch – Tuesday – Friday, 11am-2:30pm
Dinner – Tuesday – Thursday, 5pm-10pm, Friday and Saturday, 5pm-11pm
Brunch – Saturday, 11am-2:30pm, Sunday, 11am-2:30pm
Bar – Tuesday-Thursday, 11am-11pm, Friday and Saturday, 11am-12pm

Flea Off Market

The Flea Off Market is a once-a-month outdoor bazaar that will take place in the heart of Louisville, off Market on Shelby Street. There will be dozens of vendors each month offering a wide variety of tantalizing wares. There will be books, records, bicycles, kittens, antiques, cool old junk, used tools, fine arts and crafts, fresh-cut-flowers, esoterica, live music, and entertainments for all ages (bring the kids!) The Flea Off Market will also have food trucks selling toothsome delights and plenty of refreshing alcoholic beverages.

So come on down to The Flea Off Market! It will happen the second Saturday of every month, along Shelby Street and in the lot next to Salvo Collective, 216 South Shelby Street (between Market and Nanny Goat Strut Alley).

The next market will be tomorrow, December 10th from 12:00-5:00 PM. Fly Away Fox will be there selling all kinds of vintage stuff! Here’s a sampling of our vintage inventory to give you a taste of what to expect tomorrow!

Chevron

Most of you may associate the word chevron with the Chevron Oil and Gas Company. However, it was originally used in military and heraldry design.  It’s popular among mid-century design and is great for adding a bold statement to any room. This zig zag pattern may seem funky but it can look sophisticated. Just use white or black in place of a second color and you have a clean design look! I recently purchased a chevron rug from Overstock.com and I love it! I now want chevron all over my house!

Check out this free Chevron pattern from Design Sponge.  Here are some other great chevron items that I found!

If you love it as much as I do you can purchase chevron fabric here.

Photo credits: Chevron coasters from Meadow Tea Etsy Shop, Chevron mug from Mod Cloth, Chevron shower curtain from West Elm, Chevron chair from Z Gallerie, Chevron plates from Aedriel Etsy shop, Chevron ottoman from aletafae Etsy shop

 

Holiday Gift Guide – Men

Buy local for that special guy in your life. Husband, Father, Boyfriend whomever! These gifts are a great way to buy fabulous presents while supporting local artists and businesses.

Sunergos Coffee beans are locally roasted and I think it’s some of the best coffee in town! They also sell great home brewing equipment for the coffee lovers in your life.

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Free Monthly Giveaway – Handmade Dry Erase Board

Congrats to Scott Dilley for winning the owl salt and pepper shakers from the November giveaway! Don’t worry though if you haven’t won yet because I’ve got 7 more giveaways to go! So keep signing up to win great vintage and handmade items!

December’s giveaway is a handmade dry erase board! It’s perfect for your kitchen or home office! It’s made with a repurposed frame that I’ve painted orange and a cute orange/blue/brown paisley fabric! It comes with a brown dry erase marker as well.

Just comment on this post about what you would use a dry erase board for and you’ll be eligible for the giveaway! (remember, winners are always chosen at random)

Wink

This website is amazing! You can create your own custom color dry erase paint for any surface!

http://www.wallsloveink.com/