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Etsy: Made in Canada – Vendor Features

Etsy: Made in Canada – Vendor Features

Today we’re going to learn about the letters D, E and F. So let’s have a look at the letter D first:

D as in Diesel Clay. Callie makes beautiful pottery – luxuries for everyday is how she describes her creations and that’s exactly what they are. My morning tea just tastes a bit better from on of her mugs.

Donna D Store has to D’s in her name and specializes in Viking knit as the technique of weaving wires into gorgeous jewellery is commonly known. Each piece is unique and expertly made.

Danielle’s passion is fine art photography. In her Etsy shop Dotty Photography you can find her lovely art to decorate your home. Oh, I wish I had endless wall space for these beauties!

Mhhhh, did someone say Drizzle Honey? What good would all the pottery for our teas do if we wouldn’t have delicious raw local honey to sweeten the tea?

Dubbele Dutch are Elizabeth and Amanda. They knit anything for any occasion and it’s always the prettiest knit. With the first leaves turning yellow, you know you’ll need a new toque some time soon!

And we’re on to the letter E. E as in Elisa Marie of Ellie Greets draws colourful and bold designs on greeting cards. How fun! Even better: her colouring book for adults. I can’t wait to start colouring.

Oh my, The Ellebeetree is Lesley’s baby and just look at all those lovely things! From floral fabric pouches to pillow cases that have been decorated through image transfer – this is a handmade lovers heaven.

So E was pretty easy, wasn’t it? F is up next. F as in Fehu Design. Freyja uses only natural dies that she creates herself to give her wonderful leather creations those unique hues. My absolute favourites are the silver and gold cuffs – she uses real leaf gold and silver for this look. Just perfect.

And our last vendor for the day is Carly of Folly a Tet. Talk about fun colours, fantastic textures and gorgeous designs! Her wearable felt art is one of a kind and I for one, can’t wait to start shopping.

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