Find Made You Look at the Portland Bazaar!

We're so excited to pop up this holiday season at the Portland Bazaar on December 11th and 12th! AND on December 18th & 19th!

This year's event will be held over two weekends at the Premier Gear & Machine Works Building at 1715 NW 17th Ave.

The PORTLAND BAZAAR is Portland, Oregon’s finest holiday gift showcase and sale. Started in 2011, their mission is to create an exciting event to highlight the skilled artists, makers and small businesses of Portland, Oregon.

When you shop small, you are putting your dollars directly back into the community by supporting someone’s small business, their family and helping fuel the local economy while doing so. With every purchase made at the Portland Bazaar, there is a very happy business owner who gets to sustain their passion after an extremely tough year.


150+ vendors to shop

Custom gift wrapping for all your gifting needs

Amazing raffle prizes with proceeds going to a local non-profit

Hip to the Hop - Easter countdown + traditions!

Easter is right around the corner! Locals, make sure to place your orders by Thursday, April 1st! Out-of-towners, place your orders by Sunday, March 28th!

Click here to check out ideas for Easter basket fillers! We have a selection of pre-made baskets to save you on time, and lots of treats à la carte. Some favorite picks this year are these super cute bunny and golden egg surprise balls and all of the springy crayons

Being at home so much over the last year has made it more clear than ever that holidays and traditions are where it's at. What are your favorite Easter traditions?

Dying a zillion eggs?
A fancy brunch with family?
Perhaps it's the special potatoes with cornflakes mixed in that your friends from the Midwest make!?

In Finland kids dress up as Easter witches and deliver special twigs to neighbors - and in some areas they sit still for long periods of time (!) and stare at grass waiting for it to grow!

Residents of Corfu, Greece throw pottery out their windows on Easter Saturday to ward off bad spirits - a tradition called the botides.

I'm planning to dye lots and lots of eggs and make cascarones - a Mexican-American tradition of filling eggs with confetti. Kiddos can chase each other and smash them on each other's heads! (Maybe do a slight, secret pre-smash so it doesn't hurt the little ones...!)


An artist collective in NYC called Fort Makers (they had me at that name!) brought the Goodnight Moon book to life with contemporary takes on the furniture and design in a new immersive exhibit.

Turns out that when Goodnight Moon was published in 1947, it was considered so progressive that the New York Public Library didn’t carry it for 25 years. Who knew!

Click here to read more and imagine what it might be like to go to a museum or art gallery again one of these days!