Talulah's Fancy is place were creativity runs wild. Located in the Lower Mill in Honeoye Falls, more than 35 different artists have work for sale here.
"Mostly it's local and it has to be hand made or vintage we're are just really pressed on that," says Tamara Stopinski. She is a co-owner of this shop. She says using old items to make new art is a growing trend.
"I have been recycling ever since I was a little girl making jewelry and all kinds of fun things so we have fortunately a lot of artist who utilize a lot of different things and it's really popular right now," says Stopinski.
About a dozen of the artists that sell their work here use "upcycled items". They make everything from jewelry to bird houses. Stopinski says, "she actually collects lots of old barn wood and scrap and things from different house parts and she physically puts them all together, really neat lady."
Even something like an old tin from a typewriter ribbon can be made into a necklace. Stopinski says, "I use old rulers and old keys and bottles and parts and papers and cut fabric and its really fun when it comes together."
There is even a magazine out now that caters to "green" crafters.
"Green Crafts covers a lot of projects and we are going to start doing classes utilizing some of those projects," says Stopinski.
She thinks the reason behind the trend is part environment and part economy.
"Things are not so affordable these days and there are so many things being wasted I think people are just really conscious of that."