Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Art Fest 3

So are you getting sick of meeting and spying on etsians at the artfest?  I know I'm not done yet so you will just have to travel this road with me until it deadends or I run out of steam!  Today's super colossal, amazing creator is
 Annie Hynes from Over the Moon handmade. 

First of all, I had a very weird moment with her when I walked in her booth although it might have been weird only to me.  There was a woman in there with a giant, exotic hat on and I thought she was the booth owner.  I thought this because recently, when in Boston to help fiance Lauren celebrate getting her master's degree I saw the most stunning hat and have been wanting it to wear to craft fairs-kind of a "create a persona" thing.  I wrongly assumed that this woman had had the very same thought.  I nudged my husband and said, "see, it's not just me with the hat thing".  However, it IS just me w/that hat thing.  The hat person was just some random shopper.

Anyway, after embarassing myself with random hat lady and trying to tell Annie that I thought hat lady was her etc., etc.-I finally was able to find out about her.

1.  She is a good marketer.  Her postcard she had at the fest is stunning.  I assume she used it as a card and to slip in the bag when people bought.  Her tent was attractive and I didn't feel crowded or overwhelmed

2.  She is photogenic.  Check out these pics-reference good marketing skills

3.  She makes the coolest earrings EVER out of guitar string!  They are fun and stylish and chic and fabby mcfaberton!

Ok lets get to the pictures;

Love, Love, Love it
her etsy shop is: http://www.modtangle.etsy.com/

she also has a gallery in Easton, Maryland which is a great Eastern Shore town.

Gallery 26

26 West Dover Street

Easton, MD 21601

                    What a nice day trip that would make! You could stop and eat some crabs.......

Annie, I enjoyed meeting you and visitng w/you at Artfest.

More Later!




  1. LOL I love the hat thing and totally think you should!
    Cool earrings, thanks for sharing.

  2. What a great story. Her jewelry is really cool, and I love her booth displays too. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I never would have thought of using guitar strings for earrings. Thank you for sharing!