Handmade Happy Hours – October 24 Edition


Join us for the October Edition of Handmade Happy Hour on Thursday, October 24 from 5 – 9 PM.

Where: Gallery 1070 
Address: 1070 Granville Ave, Chicago IL
Just a few steps East of the Granville Red Line stop

Our October Handmade Happy Hour brings 7 returning artists and 3 new artists! We will have an excellent selection of handmade goods ranging from jams and baked goods to paper goods, apparel, natural woodworks, prints, oddities & body products.

Stop by after work for a beverage, music & good conversation while shopping handmade goods made by local artists & makers in Chicago.


Featured Artists

Greetings by Jenny

Web: greetingsbyjenny.com

Social: Instagram – @greetingsbyjenny

ThinkUnique

Web: https://thinkunique.online/

Social: Instagram – @thinkuniquechicago

Twidley Bits

Web: http://www.twidleybits.com/

Social: Instagram – @twidleybits

EMVZ Creations

Web: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EMVZCreations

Social: Instagram – @emvz.creations

Granny Abell

Web: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GrannyAbell

Social: Instagram – @grannyabell

Bezels and Bubbles

Web: https://bezelsandbubbles.com/

Social: Instagram – @bezelsandbubbles

Ace of Wands Bake Shop

Social: Instagram – @aceofwandsbakeshop

Hof Draws

Social: Instagram – @hof.draws

Horror Floral

Social: Instagram – @horror_floral

Scrub Me

Web: http://scrub-me.com/

Social: Instagram – @_scrubme


Interested in becoming a vendor? Send us some information about you and your business and we will get back to you ASAP!

Published by handmadehappyhours

Handmade Happy Hours was founded by two women artists from Chicago with a hope of creating a supportive and welcoming community for Chicago artists and those who support them. Jenny Rhead, of Greetings By Jenny, and Lauren Cornell, of Think Unique, realized there was a gap in their community. It was hard to find a stable & accessible community of artisans to share ideas, events, and space together. So, they decided to create the space for themselves. They got together and came up with Handmade Happy Hours (fondly called HHH), to fill this gap in an accessible way for artists all over the Chicagoland area. Each Pop-Up event is thoughtfully curated to provide a variety of artistic styles to the community in attendance. This is not the market where you have eight jewelry vendors all next to each other! We focus in variety, because we want each medium & artist to be showcased and appreciated in its own light. Our motto at HHH is “Community over competition”and we stand by that with a passion. We are building a positive and supportive community of artists and events that understand the struggles that independent creators often experience. We are proud of the work we do and the amazing people we get to work with. Thank you for your support. Thank you for keeping Art alive and well in our beautiful city. With love & gratitude, Lauren & Jenny

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