How about pumping some dough into the local economy? To that end, the Denver Handmade Alliance is helping to wrap up Create Denver Week with its Crafty Ballyhoo, featuring a large array of DIY merchandise from people who might just live in your neighborhood. Shop the market, which also includes interactive family workshops, a cake walk and contest, and a foam-flowery barista-art throwdown, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Create Denver Week headquarters and the Flower Garage, 1490 and 1430 Delgany Street, respectively; admission is free. Concurrently at the stately Grant-Humphries Mansion, 770 Pennsylvania Street, Brandi Shigley of Fashion Denver will be doing more of the same in a fine, old Denver manor at her Intrigue spring fashion market. Vendor booths, a mini-salon, live music and fashion shows by local designers will enliven the mansions graceful stairways and high-ceilinged rooms from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in a wedding of what Shigley calls her two major obsessions Denver history and local fashion in a unique way. Admission to Intrigue is $5, which benefits both the Grant-Humphries Mansion and the Byers-Evans House Museum.