Sponsor Love with Mallory Hill Designs

Outlaws assistant Mallory Hill Designs has been working behind the scenes. The show could not go on with out her! One of the perks of the job is getting to see all the talent before the general public. Mallory shares a few of the Outlaws she’s been cherishing since applications first opened.
My favorite art prints – strawberry luna & Naterdoodles – two different styles but countless items for everyone on your gift list.
My favorite apparel – Megan Lee Designs – great designs, super soft tees, what more do you need!
My favorite bags – Branch Line Leather – I make bags myself so I am always on the lookout for well crafted bags and accessories, these will not disappoint.
My favorite local shops – Igloo Letterpress, The Smithery and Wholly Craft – I’ve been to each of these shops for workshops, tours, movie nights and, of course, shopping!
Columbus Diaper Coalition – A special shout out to this amazing group that is working to bring diapers to each and every baby in the city. Stop by their booth to find out how you can support this very important mission.

Mallory will continue her role making the magic happen during Craftin’ Outlaws and will also be set up selling her handbags and treasures.

Find a few of the Outlaws you love at www.craftinoutlaws.com

Published by Megan Green

Megan Green is creative minded entrepreneur with a passion for supporting other creatives based in Columbus, Ohio. She's the Executive Director behind Midwest Craft Con and Craftin' Outlaws. She's also the founder of Stinkybomb Soap, a novelty soap business.

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