1. The Local Bouquet

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    The Local Bouquet is a full service floral design studio located in Little Compton, R.I. that uses locally and domestically grown blooms for every occasion and event, big or small. Owned and operated by Maureen Azize and Mary Kate Kinnane, their designs are loose, natural and rustic. They use blooms from their very own flower farm and other U.S. farms, ensuring a uniqueness and quality that you won’t be able to find anywhere else!

    To see their work please visit www.thelocalbouquet.com

     

  2. Cardinal Creations

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    Doreen is a self taught freehand colored pencil artist residing in Cape Cod. Her work also features coastal maps of Rhode Island and Massachusetts that are perfect for anyone who loves the shore.

     

  3. The Magic Sceptre

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    Wonderful children’s stories written and illustrated by the talented Joan Klatil Creamer. Visit her booth and pick up a new story for bedtime and night light to match!

    You read more about her stories here.

     

  4. RI Dooddlebug Designs & While You Sleep, I Crochet

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    RI Doodlebug Designs and While You Sleep, I Crochet are joining us at the festival creating custom treasures for you and your little ones. RI Doodlebug Designs has beautiful hair bows and accessories for every occasion! While You Sleep, I Crochet not only has adorable hats for newborns and kids but lovely hats, headbands and flip flops for all ages.
    See more there work here and here. Don’t forget to like their Facebook pages!
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  5. ecoRI

    ecoRI Inc. is a unique initiative devoted to educating the public about local environmental and social justice issues and how they interconnect. The nonprofit accomplishes its mission in separate but linked ways: investigative reporting, community journalism, educational programs, public outreach, green consulting and residential food-scrap collection.

    Like their Facebook page and see what’s going on in RI

     

  6. Olive Spoon & Purple Blossoms

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    Olive Spoon Studio and Purple Blossom Studio are husband and wife Michael and Erin. The idea for Olive Spoon came about from a combination of her love of antique silverware, and Michael’s love of upcycling. They both love the thrill of the hunt, scouring antique shops, flea markets, and fairs all over New England for old flatware. Michael turns their finds into beautiful jewelry, and stamps words and phrases onto spoons and forks.

    Erin does some of her own crafting too as Purple Blossom! She is responsible for the striking artisan jewelry made from recycled sterling silver and fine silver, and semi-precious stones.

    Be sure to visit not only their booth at the festival but their Etsy shops!

    Olive Spoon    Purple Blossom

     

  7. Neal Drobnis

    Check out his website!

     

  8. Ooh Mommi

    Ooh Mommi will be joining us this year serving up some homemade vegan sodas in almond peach, cherry vanilla, and minty ginger as well as some fresh lemonade and sweet tea!

    Like them on Facebook to keep up with whats cooking or find them on the road here.

     

  9. Buckleberry Raw Foods

    Buckleberry Raw Foods was founded for the love of healthy, innovative food.  These bite size treats are a delicious and healthy way to indulge in the finer things in life. Their desserts emit an explosion of otherworldly organic and wholesome good-ness that promise to delight and ignite your day! Their products are all gluten-free, vegan, organic, paleo and raw. 

    Raw Foods is one of the best approaches to a fully integrated and healthy way of life. Make sure stop by and try some!

    See whats on the menu!

     

  10. Gypsy Forest

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    Gypsy Forest brings you endless possibilities by encouraging you and your little one to use your imagination with her beautiful children’s play silks!

    You can also find rainbow canopies, luxurious silk & organic flannel blankets, sturdy linen & cotton bags for your little adventurer, several different silk flag banners for celebrating and decorating, scarves for women, and more!

    Everything you see is made from natural fibers and all of her silks are hand-dyed in small batches with low impact, environmentally friendly dyes in her small in-home studio in Massachusetts.

    Visit her Etsy shop to see more!