Clintonville is one of my favorite Columbus neighborhoods. It's bohemian, family-friendly, and socially aware -- making it the perfect setting for Eco-Chic Craftacular. Presented by Etsy Team Columbus and held at the Whetstone Community Center, the second annual Craftacular showcases more than 60 local crafters of handmade clothing, jewelry, accessories, journals, artwork, toys, body care, and more. It also features local food vendors, musicians, and kids activities.
Some of the highlights of this two-day craftavaganza include the traveling art adventures of Columbus Artmobile, sassily modified threads of Label Yourself, guitar pic jewelry from What The Rock?, hand-poured soy candles from The Candle Lab, and vintage repurposed jewelry by Once Lost. The free indoor/outdoor event runs until 5:00 p.m. today.