Bust Craftacular this weekend!

May 19, 2010 3:11:15 PM PDT
A major craft show will be in Williamsburg, Brooklyn this Sunday, and it features some very unique items. Katherine Grandey works with porcelain.

The molds she uses are from the 70's and earlier, but the figurines she creates in her Brooklyn studio have a contemporary feel.

You can look for her creations this weekend at the Bust Craftacular.

It's a twice annual event, sponsored by Bust Magazine, which is geared for those into crafts.

Jeff Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier's soap creations are useful to many people.

Their soaps are good enough to eat!

Meow Meow Tweet soaps are inspired by meals the two actually eat.

They use organic ingredients and they say their soap of the month club is a good way to sample a lot of them.

If you are feeling crafty, you can even make your own charm necklace at the Brooklyn charm booth, just like you do at the actual store.

Tracie Howorth is a jewelry designer and the owner of Brooklyn Charm.

In minutes, she can help you create your very own charm necklace.

The Bust Craftacular takes place on May 23rd from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. at The Warsaw, 261 Driggs Avenue.

For more information visit www.bust.com.