This is a rather delayed welcoming, as Hex and Herb was officially launched on January 29, 2018! Nonetheless, I’m very excited about my new and improved handmade products!
Next month I’ll be introducing some bath accessories that will be available with my soap bars, including wooden soap dishes, sea sponges, and bamboo wash cloths to name a few. All accessories are chosen for their natural materials, sustainability, and biodegradability.
My instagram name has switched over from @wildwitchcrafts to @hexandherb. I’m still waiting for my Facebook Page name to switch over. The new website is in the works, and I’ll soon have links to it posted here. You can also find Hex and Herb on Twitter and Pinterest, all with the same username.
And finally, my Etsy store also launched on January 29. See the preview below. I’m very proud of how it turned out! I’ll have more listings popping up within the next few weeks. For the most up to date news and announcements of Hex and Herb’s progress, follow me on Instagram!
If you’ve never been to one of the Bazaar of the Bizarre craft shows in Toronto or Hamilton, you are seriously missing out! I am so grateful that I got to be a part of the Frostbite edition of the Bazaar on December 11. My soaps and jewelry did especially well at the market, and I’m so pleased that they found wonderful homes and I can begin formulating new soap recipes and jewelry designs for the New Year!
This is SERIOUSLY the place to be if you love handmade goods but want to see something more UNUSUAL compared to what other craft shows have to offer. Dubbed “Not your grandma’s craft show” for good reason!
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The Bazaar of the Bizarre is both a tri-annual marketplace that takes place in Toronto Canada, and a travelling marketplace.
In October we bring you The Bazaar of the Bizarre – Halloween Market Place
,in spring The Bazaar of the Bizarre – Circus Sideshow Market Place ,
and in December: Frost Bite – the Bizarre of the Bazaar – holiday edition.
In surrounding cities, the Bazaar emerges to bring together fresh local talent as well as established alternative vendors.
Aspiring vendor? You just need to sign up to their email list on their website and vendor calls for upcoming shows will be sent straight to your inbox.