When we drove past the Clover Market to find a spot, I can honestly say that we both squealed with joy. It was huge! There were 100+ vendors there ranging from printed goods to thrift store finds. It was very fun.
Sticking to our usual pattern, we did an entire lap without making any purchases (with one exception that I'll explain later) and then we headed back to our favorites. I grabbed a lot of business cards because I want to share with you the amazing goods that we saw.
Tadpole Creations, we just had to get a closer look! Their handmade baby gifts are so adorable and very well made.
Rogue Theory. There techee sleeves are very well made and of the highest quality. If I wouldn't have just spent money on a new iphone case, I would definitely have walked away with one of theirs. They are really gorgeous.
Meera Lee Patel are truly beautiful. I really loved this fox post card. I don't think I could have actually sent it to anyone because I would have wanted to keep it all for myself!
Lina Bean was one of my favorite vendors that day. The shop owner, Caroline Ritter, is so nice. I only spoke with her for a few minutes, but it was clear that she was passionate about her work. Her products are very lovely and very well made. Plus, she's just super sweet and that's enough for me!
This lovely piece of reversible art was designed by Wider Awake. The two delightful people at the booth were absolutely wonderful and it made the purchases even more memorable. I can't wait to get this lovely thing framed and on the wall so I can enjoy it every day!
Overall, Clover Market was a wonderful experience. If you are within driving distance of Philly, I would definitely recommend going. You will not be disaapointed! I can gaurentee that I didn't do these shops justice in describing their wonderful products, so head to their websites for a closer look!