Wednesday, April 13, 2011

things for sale!

Moving requires money - lots of it! And moving requires a big ol' expensive moving truck. Did you know that most moving trucks only get 6 - 10 mpg? With gas up to $4.00 a gallon right now - we are going to be spending a ton of money.

So, we're selling some items to save space, and hopefully a little weight to get better mileage. If you're in the Indianapolis area, and interested in any of these items - please leave a comment! All items will be available for pick-up in Fountain Square, and payment arrangements can easily be made.

Schwinn Mixted Frame - Hand Painted
Crafty Book Collection

Colorful Set of 3 Chairs
Vintage Corona Seventy Typewriter

Cupcake Stand - 5 Available
Cupcake Stand - 5 Available

Please keep your eye on this Flickr album for new items, and I'll try to keep the blog updated as new items become available!

Friday, April 1, 2011

Critters & Cretins

Critters & Cretins, new works by Mamus! opens tonight at IndySwank! Come hang out with us in Fountain Square & check out Mamus' last show in Indianapolis (for a while, at least). While you're there, you can also check out handcrafted jewelry by Something Monumental and Sunday Afternoon Housewife. Busty's Fun Bags can be found throughout the store. My paper flower hairclips and vintage inspired headbands are also available. There is also a bunch of awesome vintage dresses, ties, jackets, and shoes available. IndySwank is just about one of the most eclectic stores in the city, and if you can't make it tonight - I highly suggest you do so soon.

After you visit us, hit up New Day Meadery to check out Mike Altman's show. Cardboard + paint at it's finest. Oh, and delicious handcrafted wines.

If this doesn't sound like your thing, or you want to do something else awesome while in Fountain Square, check out Pat's Eat Something Fest tonight at the Hoosier Dome. This is also Indy Vegans Do Something Zine 2 release show, and a vegan pitch-in. These are always so fun, as you get to try a bunch of food, and there are a lot of great pop-punk bands playing. If you go, remember to bring a dish and a plate & fork for eating!