How Bazaar: Gifts for craft-lovers

By LIZ PELLY  |  December 4, 2012

 

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HEATHER JEANY:: etsy.com/shop/heatherjeany :: If you're in the market for some handmade stationery and holiday cards, and your interests include bikes, cassettes, vinyl, and/or kale (in which case you're probably my best friend), then Providence artist Heather Jeany's table is worth swinging by. Her screen-printed mixtape cards ($10 for a five-pack) are the perfect accompaniment if you're gifting a mix CD — a cute way to jot down the track list or "liner notes."

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THE BOSTON BAZAAR BIZARRE DECEMBER 16, NOON TO 6 PM :: $1 ADMISSION :: BCA CYCLORAMA, 539 TREMONT ST, BOSTON :: BAZAARBIZARRE.ORG/BOSTON 

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