On Craft Lake City’s Kid Row, Utah youngsters make and sell their creative products

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(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r The Pom Pom sisters Evi and Syrri Bateman peddle hair barrettes, headbands, pic… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Mixed media artist Lucas Rohde, 14, counts his proceeds from his art sales at the C… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, f… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, f… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, f… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival features Kid Row, where children 14 and under make a… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Qiya Alandia, 11, sells custom art buttons under the name Sitali Moon next to h… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Keegan Perkins, 11, and his mother Alyssa Tate purchase custom button pins made by … (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival features Kid Row, where children 14 and under make a… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) A hammerhead shark by mixed media artist Lucas Rohde, 14, on sale at the Craft Lake… (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Brothers Simon Lewis, 9, and Elliot Lewis, 7, sell art buttons at their Button … (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Brothers Simon Lewis, 9, and Elliot Lewis, 7, sell art buttons at their Button … (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Ava Brown, 13, from Holladay, sells cactuses and other succulent plants, repotted i…

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r The Pom Pom sisters Evi and Syrri Bateman peddle hair barrettes, headbands, picture frames and ponytail holders decorated with pom poms at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Mixed media artist Lucas Rohde, 14, counts his proceeds from his art sales at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, fudgesicles, cupcakes and heart-shaped waffles out of polymer clay at Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, fudgesicles, cupcakes and heart-shaped waffles out of polymer clay at Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Imogen Nesse, 9, of Salt Lake City creates reproductions of food, including sushi, fudgesicles, cupcakes and heart-shaped waffles out of polymer clay at Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival features Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Qiya Alandia, 11, sells custom art buttons under the name Sitali Moon next to her brother Gyan Alandia, 8, who sells essential oil products under the name Mountain Boy Goods at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Keegan Perkins, 11, and his mother Alyssa Tate purchase custom button pins made by Qiya Alandia, 11, at her Sitali Moon booth at Craft Lake City DIY Festival at Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival features Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) A hammerhead shark by mixed media artist Lucas Rohde, 14, on sale at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Brothers Simon Lewis, 9, and Elliot Lewis, 7, sell art buttons at their Button Up booth with the mother, Lisa Lewis behind them at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Brothers Simon Lewis, 9, and Elliot Lewis, 7, sell art buttons at their Button Up booth at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Ava Brown, 13, from Holladay, sells cactuses and other succulent plants, repotted in vintage ceramic containers during Craft Lake CityÕs DIY FestivalÕs Kid Row, where children 14 and under make and sell their products. Craft Lake CityÕs DIY Festival is UtahÕs largest local, three day arts festival with over 300 artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors and craft food creators.