Over this weekend Stylehive was at the First Annual Renegade Craft Fair, held at Fort Mason in San Francisco. It was a treasure trove of photography, jewelry, stationery, posters, books, dÃ©cor, and even stuffed animals! So I set out to find some of the new, inventive items that this fair had to offer... it was all I could do to stop myself from buying out the whole place!Ashley from I'm Smitten had some amazingly whimsical photographs of people wearing animal masks in different places in Japan, while Jesse from Art School Dropout made intricate pieces of jewelry from hand cast plastic pieces very reminiscent of my childhood. Domestic Construction found a really creative way to include some old time fancy into any space-- their lights made out of vintage tea cups are practical and so very darling. Who would have thought? And Nina over at Swizzlet was inspired by the designs of vintage swizzle sticks, so, using the shapes, she based an oh-so-cute jewelry line around them. I also came across Elizabeth Soule, who has over 250 plastic toy animals and takes Polaroids of them in the cutest, most colorful situations. But after visiting Jessica at Jessica(fied), you too will want to go junk-shopping because she eye for finding great treasures-- and even a better one for combining them and making them into necklaces! And after I thought there wasn't anything else one could make jewelry out of, I was proven wrong. Adjowah makes Vintage Typewriter Key Jewelry with the buttons and little mechanisms of a typewriter. Genius! And you'll completely forget Hallmark, because there€™s no question that Hearts & Anchors has the very cutest ocean themed cards in the seven seas. Figs & Ginger, on the other hand, was very inspired by forests, and is eco-friendly! Yes, using 80-100% recycled metals, their necklaces are not only super feminine, but super green. And Brookadelphia€™s jewelry line looks to achieve the aesthetics of graphic design, only much more wearable and way more shiny. Gotta love that bling. But don€™t let me tell you, click on over to the SLIDESHOW to let these amazing crafts speak for themselves.