Oh, we’ve got so many marvellous artisans this year. 110 to be precise! Well, let’s have a look at a few of them:
Anne Tranholm creates colourful and cheerful jewellery with her drawing and shrink plastic. Her geometric designs make for brilliant statement accessories and will definitely make you happy.
Nikki of Bound and Determined Books loves books. She binds all her books by hand using handmade paper. How cool is that?
Creationz by Catherine are the most awesome sewn items with a retro twist. Have you ever seen an Ipad sleeve that looks like a ham tv + dinner? So retro!
Sam of Critter Transmitter says that drawing animals makes her happy. And you know what?!? Looking at her drawings of animals makes us happy. Win – win!
Dixie & Twine stands for super fun party decorations. Glitter garlands, straws with sassy flags and confetti everywhere – I’d love to live in Amber’s party world!
Dutchie M Design are rustic farmhouse clocks handmade by Manja. Wouldn’t this one look amazing in your kitchen?
The Ellebee Tree is Leslie’s way of sharing her superb fabric stash with us. Cute make-up pouches, throw cushions with witty quotes and elegant jewellery. I can’t even.
The item Ellie Ears is most famous for must be her positional support pillows. But Chrissy also designs hooded towels, cuddle blankets and more – everything for a comfortable, safe and fun life with the little ones.
Elisa of Ellie Greets draws funky and seriously funny greeting cards. This is the place to stock up on your birthday, Christmas and wedding cards!
Happy Tuesday, Calgary!
If you’re a bit sad that summer is coming to an end, don’t be. We’ve got a bunch of amazing vendors whose products will make you look forward to fall and our Etsy: Made in Canada Day!
Red Paper Boutique are two moms, best friends and mental health nurses. They chose to use paper as the medium through which they want to connect people and make us realize the importance of perspective and humor. How wonderful!
Heather of Mumble Tease is the queen of weirdness and whimsy. Her eclectic designs and happy colour choices make you smile, laugh out loud or maybe wonder a little. We love her!
One of the best things that were popular in the 70’s and that made a recent come back? Macrame and Moonshadow Macrame makes exquisite macrame for plant hangers or other wall decorations.
M Mackenzie Jones is inspired by flora and fauna as well as memory and nostalgia. And she translates these feelings into beautiful jewellery so we can all have a little piece of the mountains with us, every day.
Molly and Vi are Sarah’s creations and she just loves to craft delightful nursery and home decor. So sweet!
Talking abour nursery decor: Erin of Mod Menage has the most darling prints to make your little ones room a little more homey.
But of course your mini me’s have to have something stylish to wear! Look no further than Mini Way Co.
Migrant Muse Designs are Portia’s creative endeavour. She creates painted abstract jewelry with a touch of gold leaf. Oh, so colourful, sparkly and shiny!
Master Ark’s creations are just as fascinating as his story. He first started making medieval jewellery some 35 years ago, then life changed, he sold his business and moved around the world. Life changed again to bring him back to his roots and bring us his wonderful work inspired by the Celts, Vikings and Saxons.