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BlissDom's Handmade Marketplace in Grapevine will be open to the public

03/19/2013 4:09 PM

03/19/2013 4:19 PM

Those who want to sample the bliss that is BlissDom -- the hot-ticket conference for bloggers, social media mavnes and digital entrepreneurs --  can visit the conference's Handmade Marketplace for FREE from noon to 7 p.m on Thursday.

Folks can shop the unique and vintage wares made by artists from around the country. Some of the local vendors include Plano's Dorey AromaTherapy and Skullsoap , handmade soaps from Dallas-based radio host Cindy Scull. Note: Parking is $17 for self-park and $27 for valet so bring your girlfriends and pile up in your minivan or SUV. Don't forget to make room in the trunk for all of your finds.

Here are some other vendors you will find:

The Pleated Poppy
What you'll find: Lovely and colorful bags, notebooks, belts and even ties.

Monorail Studios
What you'll find: Gallery-quality screenprints for your empty wall.

Jupiters Child
What you'll find: Eco-friendly products include toys and games, and all-natural craft supplies

Little Hawthorne
What you'll find: Pretty stud earrings and bead necklaces

The Handmade Marketplace at BlissDom 2013
Good to know: Parking at the Gaylord is $17 for self-park, $27 for valet
When: Noon to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 21
Where: Grapevine Area of the Convention Center at the Gaylord Texan Resort , 1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, Texas 76051
Info:, @BlissDom ,
Cost: FREE!

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