With just weeks to go until our 3rd annual Etsy Made in Canada event, we are so excited to share with you the list of vendors attending this year’s event. This year, we have nearly 100 vendors taking part over a two day event. Book the weekend off, as there will be a fresh selection each day. Please see the full list below and watch here for visual sneak peeks of what our vendors might have on offer. SATURDAY Art Birch Bliss – – www.etsy.com/shop/birchbliss Sarah E. Gillis – – www.etsy.com/shop/sarahegillis Kat Frick Miller – – www.etsy.com/shop/katfrickmiller Green Monster Brushstrokes —www.etsy.com/shop/GreenMonBrushstrokes Sarah Christie Illustrations – – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/SarahCIllustrations Bath and Beauty Bad Mouth Soap – – www.etsy.com/shop/badmouthsoaps Bare Basics Co – – www.etsy.com/shop/BareBasicsCo Children Little Boho Apparel – – www.etsy.com/shop/littlebohoapparel Wood Cha Call It Toys – – www.etsy.com/shop/woodchacallittoys In Between The Raindrop – – www.etsy.com/shop/inbetweentheraindrop Clothing Poison Pear – – www.etsy.com/shop/poisonpear Dartmouth Clothing Co – – www.etsy.com/shop/darmouthclothingco The Quarrelsome Yeti – – www.etsy.com/shop/quarrelsomeyeti Ways of Wood Folk – – www.etsy.com/shop/waysofwoodfolk Thief and Bandit – – www.etsy.com/shop/thiefandbandit Ruby’s Daughter 1977 – – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/RubysDaughter1977 Food and Edibles Oh, You Sweet Thing! Handmade Confections – – www.etsy.com/shop/ohyouconfections Home & Living Keephouse Studio – – […]
Join us for Etsy Made In Canada St. John’s market on Saturday, September 24, 2016 How do I get there? Our 2016 pop-up market takes place at The Landing on the Memorial University Campus. The Landing is on the 3rd floor of the University Centre (UC-3018). The University Centre is the building that spans both sides of Prince Philip Drive. You can enter via on the ground floor on Arctic Avenue (turn off on Clinch Crescent from Prince Philip Drive). The building is fully accessible with wheelchair access and elevators. The University Centre is directly on a public bus route (MUN Center). Routes 1, 5, 10, 15, 16 and 23 stop at the University Centre on Arctic Avenue. See metrobus for more details. Where can I park to attend the Etsy Made In Canada St. John’s market? We’re glad you asked! We’re here to help you find parking so that you can attend the market and shop from all of our wonderful local makers. There is a large number of pay-per-use parking spaces on the ground floor of the parking garage on the corner of Clinch Crescent and Arctic Avenue. There are also a limited number of metered spaces […]
Well, folks, this all starts in exactly one month!! This year’s show is a little different. Two amazing days. One hundred super-talented vendors. A completely different line up of vendors each day. You might as well keep that entire weekend free! The venue this year is Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. Complete list of vendors can be found here: Etsy Made in Canada 2016 If you can, please rsvp on our facebook event page. You can get there simply by clicking the image above.
Well, here we are folks! Not only is it Friday! FRIDAY! But it is also just one more sleep until the first of two days of our amazing Etsy Made in Canada event. That’s right… two amazing days, each with a new set of vendors. That means that this is our final sneak peek before you get to see it all live. 0 Clockwise from Top-Right: LocustartJewellery – Booth #3 LookingGlassCanada – Booth #44 SilverLilyJewelry – Booth #39 BetterLeftSaid – Booth #30 SUNDAY From Left to Right: MentJewellery – Booth #45 PaperbackLife – Booth #20 silverboards – Booth #47 And that’s all folks! We can’t wait for you to join us in person both Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Each day brings new vendors, and more fun! It all takes place from 10am-5pm each day, and you can find us in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. Just a reminder that there is a $2 admission fee which helps us bring you these amazing events. And also remember that not all vendors will be offering credit or debit, so head to the ATM first!
It’s hump-day and the weekend is in sight! That means that we are so close to the best crafter event of the year — The Etsy Made in Canada show! Happening over two days this year – Saturday AND Sunday, with a whole new line up of vendors each day! And today, we have one more sneak peek for you so you can fine tune your shopping plan. SATURDAY Clockwise From Top Right: MuleMotherBooks RitaVanTassel ParadisePapercraft EllePaisley SUNDAY Clockwise from Top-Right: InthePinkRoom MakerModeApron stringmealong ThisBorrowedMoment Remember that the show runs from 10am-5pm each day, and is happening in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. There is a small $2 admission fee. Hope to see you there!
If you have been following along, you know by now that the Etsy Made in Canada event is taking place this weekend – Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th – in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. There is a new line-up of vendors each day, and this includes a selection of vintage sellers. Let’s very quickly introduce you to the vintage sellers who you will find in attendance this year. From left to right: WhatTheseOldThings – Booth #12 (Saturday) FancyLuckyVintage – Booth #8 (Saturday) LadyLuckVintageShop – Booth #7 (Sunday) Find these vendors and many more, this weekend!!! Looking forward to seeing you. Also, please remember to RSVP on our facebook page if you haven’t yet. https://www.facebook.com/events/100623280344449/
With less than a week until we kick off Etsy Made in Canada, today we are sharing with you some of our first time vendors. It is always excited to have new talent to share, and we couldn’t be more excited about this group. Remember that this year, the show takes place over two days – Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th. Each day we will have a whole new line up of vendors. Almost one hundred vendors over the course of the weekend. Check out below for the sneak peek of who you can find each day. Saturday Clockwise from Top Right: Sense and Sensibilitea – Booth #28 GreenMonBrushstrokes – Booth #22 BareBasicsCo – Booth #21 RubysDaughter1977 – Booth #27 SUNDAY Clockwise from Top Right: CatherineOtto – Booth #27 DAVALBeauty – Booth #21 ObanLodgeCrafts – Booth #22 Reheat – Booth #28
Here we are – yet another day closer to the Etsy Made in Canada show. And here we are with yet another sneak peek of some of the makers that you will see at the Etsy Made in Canada, 2016 edition. The event is happening this year in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum, and is presented over two days. Each day – Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th – we are bringing you a whole new selection of vendors! That’s almost 100 vendors in total! SATURDAY Clockwise from Top Right: HereAtSmallGoods – Booth #45 TheBundledBear – Booth #16 lilylakeknits – Booth #4 seeingstars – Booth #24 SUNDAY Clockwise from Top Right: TireSwingNaturals – Booth #30 PlumAndPoseyInc – Booth #15designcorner – Booth #41 DressTheDressNS – Booth #14
The event is getting closer and we are so excited to share with you more of the great vendors who will be at this year’s Etsy Made in Canada event. happening over two days this year, Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th, we will have 48 vendors on hand each day. That’s right, a two day event with a whole new line up each day! Take a gander below for a sneak peek of what is in store for each day. And keep checking back to see more sneak peeks. SATURDAY Clockwise from Top Right: thiefandbandit – Booth #14 QuarrelsomeYeti – Booth #34 keephousestudio – Booth #20 InkwellOriginals – Booth #18 SUNDAY Clockwise from Top Right: TaraJoyAndrews – Booth #31 darnitalltoheck – Booth #23 LalaLandHandmadeNS – Booth #17 distinguishedjewelry – Booth #9 Just a reminder that this year you will find the event in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. Show times are 10am-5pm each day, and there is a $2 admission fee. See you there!
If you haven’t yet marked it on your calendars, this is your reminder that the Etsy Made in Canada 2016 show is happening in just twelve days! This year’s show is going to be epic as we have nearly one hundred vendors sharing their work over two days. Each day – Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th, we will be showcasing 48 vendors. That’s right – a different line-up each day. Below is a sneak peek of just a few of the vendors that you can find at the show each day. SATURDAY Clockwise from Top Right: TangledBlossoms – Booth #40 SarahCIllustrations – Booth #42 adoliejewelryco – Booth #11 birchbliss – Booth #5 SUNDAY Clockwise from Top Right: AboveTheRow — Booth #33AntigonishBagCompany – Booth #16 BrianaCorrScott – Booth #43 SarahJeanDuggan – Booth #2 This year the show is happening in the Maritime Hall, at the Halifax Forum on Windsor St. Can’t wait to see you all there!!!
Welcome back to Maker Mondays. We had an unexpected hiatus as many of our makers put their shops on hold due to a potential postal disruption. Looks like things will be staying normal for now, so shops are back open, and we are happy to introduce you to another one of our Maritime Makers. Today, you will be meeting Lisa Scrivner of ellepaisley, maker of one of a kind Steampunk Jewelry and Victorian-Inspired accessories. Could you please start with a brief bio about yourself and an intro to your shop. Hi I’m Lisa! I am inspired by fashion photography and rock biographies, fueled by brunch and burgers and amused by kittens, woodland creatures and cute things. I also run ellepaisley.etsy.com where you can find Victorian inspired and Steampunk jewelry and accessories. The aesthetic behind my work is Industrial Romance, a more modern and romantic take on the Steampunk genre. Can you tell us a bit more about your grandfather and uncle, who both helped instill in you this passion for clock-pieces. I started my etsy shop just after my grandfather, Herman, passed away 8 years ago. I was very close with my grandfather and he was an avid watch collector […]
Happy Monday! Happy first day of summer. And a happy belated Father’s day to today’s maker, and all the other Dads out there. Gosh, what a lot of stuff to celebrate. And, I am also so thrilled to introduce today’s Maritime Maker, Adrian of Paradise Papercraft. This feature is particularly exciting for me because as I sit here typing this, one of Adrian’s larger pieces is looking down at me from the wall above. Another of his works graces my cozy reading corner. So, needless to say, it was great fun learning more about an artist whose work I enjoy so greatly. Can you please begin with a brief bio about yourself and an intro to your shop. Hi, I’m Adrian de Montfort, I’m an English expat, now dual Canadian citizen living in Paradise, Nova Scotia. I live in a secluded farmhouse with a husband and kids, chickens, cats and a dog and I cut pieces of card into sarcastic, scientific and yarnarific (that a word?) greetings cards for people who like to send something different. Your journey started with a book, Tale of the One Way Street, a storybook of modern European folktales, illustrated by Papercut Artist Jan Pienkowski. […]
Wishing everyone a happy Monday and an apology as it has been a few weeks since we have introduced a new maker to you. We have been hard at work recently, planning our Etsy Made in Canada event which will take place this year on September 24th and 25th in the Maritime Hall at the Halifax Forum. Exciting times ahead! And with that said, I am very happy to introduce you to a Maker who will be joining us this year as a vendor. Tania, is the owner of and designer at LaceLounge. Tania has modified the traditional craft of tatting, and while staying true to the original patterns and methods, and finding her own modern inspirations, she crafts beautiful jewellery and accessories. Please read on to learn more about Tania, her shop, and this very traditional craft. Could you please start by providing us with a bio about yourself and an intro to your shop. My name is Tania. I am not a Canadian born girl. I came here from Belarus (Eastern Europe) to settle my new home here five years ago. I have a Masters degree in history and history of arts, and my education gave a lot […]
Happy long weekend Monday! Aren’t those the most glorious words? I Today I am happy to introduce you to Kimberly Rashed of Charlottetown, PEI. Kimberly has turned a fashion background into a burgeoning little business, selling the most adorable baby shoes. With young son, Kingston as her muse, Kimberly’s soft soled fabric baby shoes have colourful prints, and a bold attitude. Every kid should be so stylish!! Read on to learn more about Kimberly, and her growing business, LilKingz. Could you please begin by giving us a brief bio about yourself and an intro to your shop. A busy mother of 4 with a background in fashion currently working as a photographer, stylist, modelling agency co-founder, columnist, nutrition consultant and most recently mompreneur of baby booties. (I’m sure I’m forgetting something?) I’m a busy gal as I chase my brood around, but I truly love every second of it. Working well under pressure has got to me my best asset and my day planner is my best friend. Lil Kingz Threads came out of the obsession I had for dressing the new little man in my life. Being the shoe fanatic I am, I was looking for unique pieces […]
Happy Monday – one that actually feels like a real spring day here in Atlantic Canada! I think this might be one our cutest Maker Mondays ever! Because along with our featured maker, Heather Snider of PuppyRiot, we get to also meet her muse, a darling bulldog, named Ida Mae! Like many of our makers, Heather created PuppyRiot because she just couldn’t find what she was looking for, and so set out to create her own. In this case, it was a stylish and well designed collar for Ida Mae. Her shop is filled with fun collars and accessories with vibrant colours and patterns, and decorative elements that are functional, or just plain fashionable. Your dog isn’t boring, so why should they look it? Keep reading to learn more about Heather, Ida Mae, and PuppyRiot. Could you please begin by giving us a brief bio about yourself and an intro to your shop. My background is in the fine arts. I have a BFA from NSCAD and a BED from Mount Saint Vincent University. I have worked as an artist, as well as, a scenic artist for the film industry for 18 years. Puppy Riot grew out of my search […]
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