Folks! I know we’ve been a bit m.i.a. for a spell, but let’s not dwell on that. Cutting to the chase: we will be at the East Atlanta Farmer’s/Craft Market THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19TH 4-8PM. If you noticed that slash, it’s because the EAV Craft market usually held at the Midway Pub is being integrated into the regular EAV Farmer’s market held across from the Midway Pub, so there’s going to be one ginormous melding of do-goody, sustainable, hand-craftedness of all kinds happening all around the Midway Pub. Two great things collide, at last. The farmers will be like, “you got craft market in my farmer’s market!” And we’ll be like, “you got farmer’s market in my craft market!” In any case, you win, so hope you can make it out.

We’ll have all the standards to get you making those last minute holiday treasures, plus maybe a few surprise specials that will make that perfect gift. And these new items, freshly donated:

1) Our marbles, which we thought we lost. Sold by the scoop, which translates into “maybe we did lose our marbles after all.”


2) Holy bin-of-knobs, Batman! You will need to act fast on these because I will start to hoard them all for no reason. You’ve been warned.


3) Purrrrty glass tile. We actually have this by the bucketload, and in various hues, which we can not transport in total to the pop-up shop. If you are interested in bulk amounts and the other colors available, please email


5) This, y’all. THIS.


6) We received three of these spinny rack thingies. They originally held small bottles of paint (which we also received…AHEM, TEACHERS), but we think they would make excellent jewelry displays or that weirdo light fixture you’ve been envisioning. Seriously, though, we need to find a home for these, stat! Please email if you are interested.


One last note: because the Farmer’s market and the Craft market are combining, be sure to look for us on both sides of Flat Shoals, both near the Midway and across the street. Hope to see you out, ATL! If not, happy holidays to you and your’s!

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