11.11.2013

review: martha stewart american made

A few weeks ago I stopped by Martha Stewart's American Made Market in Grand Central Terminal. Countless vendors had set up small pop-up displays in Vanderbilt Hall; there were so many beautiful products to look at, purchase, and even sample. I wish that I had blocked out more time to shop around, as so many artisinal and homemade items caught my eye.

I browsed a few of the many booths and even spotted 
Florian Bellanger, famous pastry chef and judge of 
Food Network's Cupcake Wars. 

My favorite vendor was Chez Sucre Chez. Even though she was tucked away in a corner (probably not the best spot), her display of adorable needlepoint projects caught my eye from across the room. I purchased this adorable squirrel cross-stitch project, which I just finished!

I found the perfect spot for my cross-stitch project.

Shopping this small pop-up made me wish that Martha Stewart hosted this closer to the holiday's, as I could imagine purchasing all of my gifts for friends and relatives easily. Sadly I'm not a shopper who purchases all of my holiday gifts early in the season, but I made sure to pick up a few business cards so that I could shop online.

For a full list of Martha's American Made nominees and those 
involved in the pop-up at Grand Central, visit the site here.

2 comments:

  1. Such a lovely blog! The needlepoint is so adorable. xxxo

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    1. Thanks, Maggie! You should definitely check out Chez Sucre Chez site for more needlepoints; recently she's released many new patterns and they are all so cute. Thanks so much for reading!

      xx Holly & Molly

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