Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Gaithersburg, MD, Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17. I’m excited to reconnect with all my friends after being hard at work in my studio all winter. I’ll be in booth number 228 in the Harvest Building.
I know my fans always like hearing about new creations I’ve been working on, and you’ll be excited to know this spring I’ll be debuting my superhero capes for dogs!
Of course, I’ll be surrounded by fabulous talent, too! 250 other jury-selected American artisans will be showcasing the finest craftsmanship in ceramics and pottery, jewelry and fashion, fine art and photography, leather, metal, wood, glass and fiber. Where else can you find this much artistry in one place?
If you’re looking to save on admission to the show (why wouldn’t you?), be sure to purchase your tickets online at www.sugarloafcrafts.com and you’ll save $2 on every ticket. If you’re planning on shopping with friends and family, grab a 4-pack of tickets – you’ll save even more!
The Sugarloaf Crafts Festival will be held at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 16 Chestnut St in Gaithersburg, MD.
Parking is free! Admission to the show is $8 in advance ($10 at the door) and good for all three days.
And if you want a preview of what I’m bringing, visit my website at www.creativecapes.com
See you at Sugarloaf Crafts in Gaithersburg!
Creative Capes was just accepted into Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts Festival. Details of the festival can be found on show schedule page.
The Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts will take place May 7 & 8, Mother’s Day Weekend. Mark your calendars now for a wonderful weekend of fine Art and Craftwork, live music, great food, Virginia wine and draft beer, craft demonstrations, Children’s activities and entertainment, and more! Admission: Adults $6, Children under 12 Free. Parking on site is free http://crozetfestival.com/
"I purchased Super Hero outfits for my nephews for Christmas. They loved them. They kept them on almost all day! It was probably the best gift I have given them and because they are generous in size they will be able to wear them for a number of years." Thank, Holly for such a great idea!
Carol, Vienna, VA
“Believe it or not, Little Mama and I spend a lot of time playing – the old fashioned way. We dress up (of course!), we dress down, we do whatever we put our minds to, as we enter the amazing world of pretend.” - BabyStylista
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Here is a great blog post by Craft Hackers after they discovered Creative Capes at the Philly Comic Con/Wizard World Event. Check it out. http://www.crafthackers.com/creative-capes/
"Calling all Super Heroes! The 23rd Spring Market of The Bizarre Bazaar® is packed with fun spring and summer items for all of your Caped Crusaders - like these awesome capes from "Creative Capes". Out of Maryland, this exhibitor brings their line of colorful monogrammed super-wear in all colors and sizes for the Super Hero in all of us." - Macaroni Kids
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“Many children who entered Hagen’s booth demonstrated what she said she hopes to achieve with her company. Wearing the capes, which come in various color patterns, children at the festival became excited, with many striking “superhero poses.” ”- Bangor Daily News
Then there were newbies such as Maryland's Holly Hagen, who makes initialed "hero capes" - mostly for kids, but adults have gone for them as well. For this show, she brought 900 capes, plus hero masks, hero wrist cuffs, and hero belts.
The idea, she said, "is to teach kids they're special just the way they are."
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