Friday, August 28, 2009

Apply to be a vendor at the Winter 2009 Beehive Bazaar

We begin accepting applications for the Winter 2009 Beehive Bazaar taking place December 3rd, 4th and 5th on Tuesday September 1st. We welcome all applicants! We will be accepting only 50 applicants, so here is a little craft counseling in a string of adjectives that describes what we are looking for- new, fresh, different, fun, clever, bold, bright, but most of all… original.

So take all of those new, original ideas you’ve got rolling around in your head and get some samples crafted up and ready to photograph for your application. We can’t wait to see what you all can come up!

The application closes on September 19th and we will announce the Beehive Bazaar Winter 2009 vendors shortly after. Will you be among the 50?

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Check Out The New Site

We're picking up and moving our shop to a new Come visit us there--it's where all of the latest news, updates, photos and lots o' fun will occur. See you there!

Monday, September 8, 2008

apply to be a vendor at the Beehive Bazaar

The Beehive Bazaar accepts applications for vendor positions through our website All of the information about becoming a vendor can be found on the Apply page. The application itself will open about 4 months before the upcoming show. The Beehive Bazaar takes place twice a year- early May and the first weekend after Thanksgiving.

If you would like to receive a reminder to apply for the next Bazaar email us at and let us know you'd like to apply- we'll make sure you get reminded!

We welcome all applicants, pass it on.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

lovely new location

The Women's Council Cultural Center Building in Provo was a perfect location for the Beehive Bazaar this spring. (thanks to Maht Paulos for taking these great pictures) A giant thank you to all of you who participated and shopped making this spring's show the best yet! Have a wonderful summer and we'll see you in the fall!

Friday, May 9, 2008


Oooh we love our spacious new location... plenty of room for shopping with strollers.

Don't these felt goodies by Beautiful Ewe look delightful?

Vinylicious makeup bags

Persimmion and Pink lovelies.

One-of-a-kind handbags by Noelle O Designs

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

don't forget...

...our new location! This spring the Beehive Bazaar and After Party will be held at the Women's Council Cultural Center located at 310 West 500 North in Provo. Directly adjacent to- and sharing a parking lot with the Veteran's Memorial Pool and Pioneer Park. From this picture it seems we're sporting a little bit of a beehive roofline there in the middle. Sweet.

Letter-pressed books

I can't wait to get my hands on Ashley Christensen's letter-pressed books- her images are simply wonderful.

A Little Glam for the Garden

So very vogue this summer with a hand painted shovel and weeder.

skirts for the little gals

Skirts by Noelle O Designs.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Hug A Monkey

These incredible baby slings from Hug A Monkey are so functional and stylish it makes me wish I had a baby!

Fall Down Tree

Adorable original artwork by Fall Down Tree. How darling are these whimsical prints???

Sassy Mia

Soft leather sole baby shoes by Sassy Mia, they are comfortable easy to put on and stylish. These shoes stay on baby's feet and provide better protection than ordinary soft sole shoes.

To go crayon carriers- super handy and so darn cute.

Sunday, May 4, 2008

So whatcha, whatcha, whatcha want?

Being one of the bees of the bazaar Molly has been busy outside of the hive as well. She has a nasty little glitter habit that she just can't seem to shake...oh well.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

The oh-so very talented Dallas...

Dallas Russell never, ever ceases to please the ladies of the BB. We love everything that she pulls from her special suitcase, so be sure to browse her wares and admire every detail. We heart Dallas.

Jewelery by Jennifer Calderon

Jen has had her jewelery at the Beehive Bazaar since the get go. Each show Jen is sure to introduce something new as well as keeps us supplied with all of our favorites. This spring she has created a pearl line that is perfect for a mothers day surprise.

Colett Yarros latest collection

Colett is at it again and with a few new tricks up her sleeve--you'll have to hit the show to see what's new. Here's a sneak peek of several of her latest paintings still in the works--which one will you be taking home?

Nikki Jackson aka Crimson Glass

We love stained glass! In addition to her beautiful window hangings, looks like Nikki J. has created some funky belt buckles and lovely vases. Careful handling the glass, now!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

making my mouth water

Palette pleasing jams and condiments by Anne Scott of Anne Made. Her unique flavors include- Apricot and Raspberry Habanero, Apple Garlic, (my personal favorite) Pink Lady (grapefruit) and Watermelon. Anne Made edibles are unparalleled in culinary creativity.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Julie Bell's Creations

Julie Bell has been busy crocheting and stitching to bring these fine goods to the bazaar. What is that model daydreaming about????

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Beautiful Ewe

Felt goodies by Esther Brophy of Beautiful Ewe. What a perfect zero calorie Mother's Day gift.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Isabell's Umbrella

Isabell’s Umbrella will bring a smile to your face and lift the clouds of a rainy day. Isabell first introduced stationery products and is currently expanding to include home decor. Her designs are bright, fun and modern, and are sure to brighten any room.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Abode, Paris Flea Market

We are pleased as punch to have Miriam from Abode, Paris Flea Market joining us again!  Her new Sugar Sugar jewelry line and Golliwog vintage paper & collage, along with all of her other eclectic goodies sure to be seen are some definite eye candy. Anyone craving a some Sugar Babies???

Friday, April 25, 2008

Mariposa Avenue-our very own Etsy featured seller!

We are so very proud of our gal Lisa Furner of Mariposa Avenue for being the Etsy featured seller for the next few days. Way to go! All of Mariposa Avenue lanterns are hand cut exclusively from recycled food cans and each one is unique to itself. In a dark room they will cast their shadows on the ceiling and walls. They are great for indoor and outdoor use and make great gifts. Direct link to the interview here.