10a Alabama’s Arts and Crafts Fair

Today I went to 10a Alabama’s Arts and Crafts Fair (for the third time!), and I spent four hours there (mostly window shopping). There were just so many things to do (and buy) — after the four hours of going around and around, I finally decided to settle on some items.

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Today I went to 10a Alabama’s Arts and Crafts Fair, where I spent four hours there, mostly window shopping. There were just so many things to do and buy! After much uncertainty, I decided to buy these:


I’m so happy to say that I finally checked off something from my wishlist (which I wanted for a long time now).

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(1) I finally got an Alunsina Handbound Notebook! It smells so good, as it is made from real leather. I decided on the design with a clean (and smooth) finish with a charm of a small airplane. It might be a little pricey for students, but it was so worth it since not only does each purchase support local artists, but I did get a pretty awesome (did I mention, refillable?) notebook. Inside, it comes with three types of notebooks (which you can switch out if you want to): lined, blank, and squared.

(2) I got Ella Lama‘s first-ever “Pin of the Month” set (I got pack number 5/100!). It had the theme of the magnificent writing material: the pencil. The set includes 2 prints (with quotes in pretty hand lettering relating to pencils), a couple of stickers (with cute puns and such relating to pencils), a small zine (which is all about pencils), and a collar pin (the really cute pencil).

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