magpiesmasquerie

Magpie's Masquerie

St Louis, Missouri On Etsy since 2009

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

magpiesmasquerie

Magpie's Masquerie

St Louis, Missouri | 3,896 Sales

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Last updated on Jan 3, 2018

Visit www.fruitbatsandcompany.com to read about the batty FruitBat adventures! Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to learn about events, coupons and new products! A Shop for the Aspiring Eccentric in You!

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About magpiesmasquerie

Sales 3,896
On Etsy since 2009

A shop for the Aspiring Eccentric

Magpie's Masquerie started as a little gypsy wagon at the St. Louis Renaissance Faire in 2007. I was making masks in between classes in college and decorating my apartment with them. I started off with just masks, little mushroom finger puppets, a few parasols and a lot of determination. It wasn't until 2010, after I graduated with my MU Journalism Design degree that I decided I needed to do more, and that this is the kind of designing I wanted to do with my life.
Today we make dozens of products, but the masks still remain as one of the big draws at shows. We attend over 12 shows a year from one weekend events like sci-fi and fantasy conventions to 4 weekend long festivals. I have taken on an assistant and my boyfriend adds to the shop as well. We will continue to grow and create for the future of this once tiny gypsy's wagon.

Shop members

  • Toby Holmes

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, PLUS: Photograph, Social Networking, Show Management, All Etc. Random Parade Of Puppies

    Got into making costume accessories through the St. Louis Ren Faire and opened Magpie's Masquerie after friends insisted she could "sell all that stuff you make." The venture is growing and has found she needs a minion to assist in creation.

  • Kayla

    Maker, Assistant And All Around Minion

    Kayla started helping make things in the shop in 2012. She stuffs plushies, makes some of the greenman masks and eye decor, and helps out at some of the local shows. She also is part owner of "Thieves Den Gaming" historical game making bis.

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