We are giving away two tickets ($28 each value) to one of our readers to join local paint boutique Suite Pieces for an evening of crafty fun at their Pinterest Live! Event in Krrb‘s HQ. Make Gold-Dipped Painted Pots while sipping on wine and snacking on sweet treats!
Just bring your color inspiration and they’ll provide the rest. This includes three medium sized clay pots, Chalk Paint®, gold metallic foil, and a lesson on how to use and apply it. Plants will be available for purchase by one of Greenpoint’s cafe gems/florists Home Coming.
To enter: In the comments, tell us what color you would paint your pot.
While searching for accessories on KRRB for Greenpointers’ new office, I found this bobcat pillow. I wasn’t aware that “they” ever made bobcat pillows, but apparently “they” don’t anymore, which makes this a rare item.
The best website ever made about bobcats says that, “bobcats have five toes on the forefoot, but the fifth toe does not leave a mark in the ground because it is raised high up on the foot.”
Thanks to Vanessa from KRRB for coming to the Soup Kitchen Fundraiser on Sunday and producing this great video on Greenpointers’ Sandy Relief Efforts. Krrb is a sponsor of our upcoming Greenpointers Holiday Market, where you can find lots of local handmade unique gifts from some of the most creative people in the world!
In collaboration with Amazon Publishing and Brokelyn, Krrb will host the first ever Show & Tell (and Trade), hosted by Dan Kennedy of The Moth, in celebration of the author, Benjamin Anastas’ new book “Too Good to Be True”. Anastas will also do a reading and trade a signed copy. And if that’s not enough, they’ll have beer lovingly provided by the Brooklyn Brewery and Southern deliciousness from The Fat Beagle.
And if you’d like to tell a story, email jessica[at]krrb[dot]com.
Show & Tell (and Trade) @ Krrb HQ
Tonight, Thursday, November 15th, 7pm
99 Richardson Street, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11211
More about Krrb:
Krrb is a hyper-local marketplace. It brings together the best of Etsy and Craigslist while cutting out the clutter, the scammers, and the spammers.
It’s easy to use. It’s beautifully designed. And it’s highly visual interface is perfect for selling your secondhand, handmade and locally-made products. They are also the folks behind the Classifieds of the premiere home and design site, Apartment Therapy.
Check them out at Krrb.com. You just might fall in love.