…. Seventy of our talented Maritime Makers will invade the Garrison Grounds below Citadel Hill and transform this area into a giant craft party. Join us September 26th from 10am – 7pm on the Garrison Grounds at Citadel Hill (5425 Sackville St, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y3). Free admission, all ages welcome! Shop over 70 makers, […]
Happy (long weekend) Monday. Today, we are meeting with Maritime Maker, Carol of String Me Along. A self-described magpie attracted to shiny things, her jewellery shop is filled of a mix of sparkling glass, aged metals, and various vintage components. A little bit of old-world charm, and a whole lot of feminine style. Read on […]
While Mondays can typically be hard for most people, I look forward to them because each week, I get to introduce you to a new Maritime Maker. Isn’t that a great way to start a week? This Monday, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Cape Breton born Jenny Fennel. Jenny’s shop, LilyLakeKnits is […]
Happy Monday. Today, I’d like to introduce you to Maritime Maker, Melanie Sampson of Hi, Love Greetings. Melanie sells handmade greeting cards, prints, and tote bags that perfectly balance sweetness and naughtiness, and a have a great dash of honesty mixed in. You know those things we all want to say? Melanie’s cards say them […]
Today, I would like to take the opportunity to introduce to Ashley Forshner of East of Ordinary. This maker has cornered a niche market in the Halifax area, selling custom handmade bow-ties, ties and pocket squares. If you can’t find the perfect accessory for the men in your wedding party, Ashley can help you out. […]
Most times, craft is an evolution – of style, of process, of finding where exactly your ideas fit. Today we introduce you to Leigh-Anne Dean who has evolved her style, honed her skill and fine tuned her business plans over the past twenty years. She is the designer and creator of appliquéd and screen printed […]
The first ever Etsy: Made in Canada market in Halifax was a huge success with a line up out the door on opening morning & a great diverse, supportive turn out to shop our 60+ local vendors, meet local makers, and buy Nova Scotia made.