If you need to finish your holiday shopping, be sure to come to Randolph Street Market’s Holiday Market on December 15th & 16th. If you have never been to a Randolph Street Market, you should definitely get a chance and check it out. The atmosphere is great with all sorts of amazing vendors selling everything from one of a kind antiques to delicious food. My first time ever exhibiting my jewelry was at the June Randolph Street Market, so it definitely holds a special place in my heart.
The Randolph Street Markets are headed by Sally Schwartz who is a super fun and eccentric person, and if you go you will probably see her running around the show. Check out this great video interview with her on Chitown Fashionista’s Closet Conversations. Be sure to get your tickets in advance to take advantage of their discounted prices!
See more pictures and vendors at their Facebook Page!
This past season was my first time doing street markets and craft fairs. It’s been really hard work but also really rewarding. I’ve met lots of great vendors and it’s great to see so much creativity and entrepreneurship in one place. Being around wonderful vendors and artisans really creates an invigorating and inspirational environment. Overall, it’s been a great season, and I have learned so much and met such interesting and wonderful people. I only have one show left this year, and it’s Randolph Street’s Holiday Market on December 15th and 16th. Be sure to check it out and get some SSD jewelry without having to pay for shipping 🙂
I’ll have a post next week with more details on the Holiday Market, but for now, check out some pictures from this past season!
My first time being a vendor at the June Randolph Street Market. Notice the handmade banner in the background. I’ve upgraded since then.
My friend Katie helping out at the North Coast Music Festival in Chicago… Lots of neon was sold that day.
Taking a break and checking out some of the EDM performers at North Coast
Craft Show at Prospect High School. It was great to help raise money for my old high school district!
Me at North Halsted Market Days. This was a crazy and really fun street market in Boystown.
Only at Market Days…
At Arlington Park for Lambs’ Farm Holiday Lights Gift and Craft Show. It was by far the largest show I’ve done with 3 floors and over 500 vendors!