Handmade soaps will be one of the many local products on sale at the Indie Craft Bazaar on Saturday

Handmade soaps will be one of the many local products on sale at the Indie Craft Bazaar on Saturday (Courtesy/Palm Beach Candle Company / May 14, 2014)

Grab a mimosa or beer and wander around Spring Creative, an Etsy-like popup shop coming to Revolution Live in downtown Fort Lauderdale on May 24.

The annual Indie Craft Bazaar, set for noon to 5 p.m., will feature more than 80 South Florida artists selling quirky, handmade artwork, pottery, jewelry, clothes, candy, baked goods and homemade candles and soaps.

There also will be tarot card readings, and attendees can plant a free kitchen herb garden.

Best part: The cash bar at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., will be open, and America's Backyard Grill next door will be serving lunch.


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"Come for the crafts and stay for the live music and $3 mimosas," says organizer Chris Gaidry. "We're filling 40,000 square feet of space with the finest crafters and artisans from all over South Florida."

There will be free swag bags for the first 100 to attend as well as hourly raffle prizes.

Tickets cost $5 and parking is free. For more information, go to Facebook.com/IndieCraftBazaar, or call 954-785-7475.