Today’s Junk Bonanza vendor profile: Amy Baas of Little Fish Designs, whom the Garage-Girls blog in May dubbed “the Martha Stewart of the Motorcycle Industry”!
Some things to know about Amy, of Lakeville, Minn., who will be making her second Bonanza vendor appearance:
Most versatile material: Vintage flatware, “because I can make so many things out of just ONE piece!”
She can’t live without: “Needle-nose pliers and my 5th-generation anvil!”
No one would guess she’s: “Into vintage motorcycles. I ride a 1939 knucklehead.”
Best pieces she brought to the Bonanza last year: hinge bracelets and a bathtub couch.
What’s she’s bringing this year that will be even better: “more creative uses for hinges and old leather purses!”
You can see more of Amy’s work at her etsy store. And watch this space for more profiles of the purveyors of what’s in store for you at Junk Bonanza 2011!
so creative!! can’t wait to see these goodies in person
I wish you the best on your first year!