'Tis That Time of the Year

.... for Holiday Fairs!

This 2014 Holiday Season Carrie Bilbo Jewelry will be participating in three Holiday Fairs. At each fair I will be bringing a wide selection of my handmade jewelry and will be selling everything at a special discounted fair price! So come check one (or all of them!) out. Stop by, say HI, try on, and buy some beautiful jewels!


bk night bazaar

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is a year round night market that brings together vendors, musicians, chefs, and artists. It is a thriving market place full of diverse and specially selected vendors displaying arts and crafts, antiques, clothing, jewelry, furniture, prints, and more.


Shop local, vintage, handmade. Nothing boxed. Nothing pre-packaged in plastic wrap. Nothing with a barcode.

Farmers, artisans, vintage collectors, and makers of handmade and quality goods will converge at the 2nd annual Basilica Farm + Flea, the large-scale farmstand and flea market taking place over Thanksgiving Weekend. Presented by Basilica Hudson in collaboration with Hudson River Exchange, Basilica Farm + Flea is an alternative to Black Friday shopping, bringing together a collection of thoughtfully selected products and promoting the talents and resources within our community.

Set against the beautiful and industrial setting of the Basilica’s 19th century repurposed factory, this promises to be the only market of its kind in the region. Last year’s incredible response makes it clear that there is a strong desire to showcase the best of what the Hudson Valley has to offer: farms, food, makers, collectors, and strong community.

Visit www.basilicafarmandflea.com for more information or join the Facebook event!


Created for artists, by artists, the Degenerate Craft Fair is not your average craft fair. The DCF transcends the line between art and craft, showcasing artists selling affordable versions of their work or who integrate craft traditions into their practice, dedicated craftmakers who take unconventional approaches toward traditional techniques, and even small independent businesses that produce their own soaps and skincare products.

This year’s fair returns to the DCTV Firehouse, and we are looking forward to featuring our most diverse group of vendors yet! Over 40 vendors will be offering everything from ceramic pinecones to knitted balaclavas to sculptures made of inflatable sea creatures. With most items selling for under $50, stop by the Degenerate Craft Fair to find unique handmade gifts for everyone on your shopping list!