Thank you Columbus for being Outlaws

Lovers of arts and crafts joined us at the Columbus Museum of art for a day of shopping and creativity.

Makers from across the Midwest placed their handmade goods out for the taking and the City of Columbus responded with their wallets and hearts. Guests helped raised close to $300 for local non-profits: Midwest Craft Con, 934 Gallery, Women Have Options and the Columbus Museum of Art.

The team that makes it rain glitter

We can’t wait to return in 2020 for another year of makin’ and takin’.

Thanks to all of our vendors, visitors, volunteers, and  the Columbus Museum for making this one of the best #CraftinOutlaws events yet.

Special thanks to Leigh Cox Illustrations, Alison Rose, Columbus Underground, Megan Lee Designs, Wild Cat Gifts and Party, Midwest Craft Con, Experience Columbus, The Sewing Hive, Lace Makers of Central Ohio, Retreats with Radonna, Jamie Sommers & Christian Cimoroni, The Just Craft, TL Yarn Crafts, Mallory Hill Designs and 86 & Norman.

What did you enjoy most about the show? Share in the comments below!

See you in the spring.

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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