I'm pleased to introduce you to today's featured CityCraft artists – MoxyGirl and PetuniaGirls.
Rhonda Campanella, of MoxyGirl, says she “uses mixed mediums to create one-of-a-kind and few-of-a-kind hair accessories for "girls" of all ages. Materials include but are not limited to: felting, retro and contemporary fabric patterns and textures, antique buttons, covered buttons, colorful ribbons, badges, beads, gems etc. Barrette styles include French, Snap Clip, and Long Catch of various sizes. MoxyGirl's liberal use of new and recycled materials offers hip hair doers a variety of styles for all hair types and lengths. Perfect for gift-giving, party favors, holiday and everyday wear.
Tricia Brancolini, of PetuniaGirls, says she “makes use of funky fabrics to create hip "flouncy" aprons, messy kid aprons, durable on-the-go baby changing pads and wipie pockets. The urban caregiver will appreciate these one-of-a-kind wears for practical everyday use and gift-giving.”
Come to Navarra on December 18th from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm to shop local, shop handmade, and see MoxyGirl, Petunia Girls, and numerous other talented artisans.