Posts Tagged ‘crafting’

Azteca Catering Brings Traditional Mexican Culture to Columbus

Azteca Catering Brings Traditional Mexican Culture to Columbus
One woman’s desire to share her cultural heritage is at the center of a unique Clintonville business. Leticia Vazquez-Smith gave Azteca Catering a permanent home at 3339 N. High St. to bring traditional Mexican food and folk art to Columbus. Exploring the Mexican cuisine in the city, Vazquez-Smith...
January 17th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Craft Tango Connects Crafters and Retailers

Craft Tango Connects Crafters and Retailers
For a handmade crafter, finding wholesale locations to sell their goods is precious time away from their creative space. An artisan herself, Stinkybomb Soap founder Megan Green has crafted an idea to bring crafters and retailers together. Craft Tango will build a database of handmade crafters and their...
December 23rd, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

How to Sell Successfully Using Etsy.com

How to Sell Successfully Using Etsy.com
Etsy.com was launched more than five years ago as a social marketplace for handmade, vintage, and arts and crafts vendors. Products range from clothing and jewelry to stationary and toys. The virtual craft fair of sorts has provided a venue for local artisans to easily sell their wares online, as well...
October 27th, 2010 | How-To Guides | Read More

Craftin’ Outlaws Returns This Weekend

Craftin’ Outlaws Returns This Weekend
Columbus’s longest-running alternative craft fair, Craftin’ Outlaws, kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday at The Gateway Film Center near the Ohio State University campus. The sixth annual event, which wraps at 5 p.m., will feature more than 50 vendors. Attendees can expect a wide variety of “high-quality,...
October 11th, 2010 | Upcoming Events | Read More