Posts in Made In Canada
Handmade Gift Guide: One of a Kind, 2019 Spring

We share in One of a Kind’s belief that craft can enrich our lives, and that human creativity and self-expression are worth celebrating. Craft has played a large part in our history, and the recent surge in supporting handmade brands suggest it will remain an important part of our future too. When you shop small and handmade it helps local communities self-sustain and flourish with diverse product and perspectives. When you shop small and handmade it welcomes intentional and unique objects into your life, all the while you directly support someone’s livelihood and dream.

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Art & Long Distance: An Interview with One of a Kind Vendor Calica Studio

We share in One of a Kind’s belief that craft can enrich our lives, and that human creativity and self-expression are worth celebrating. We’re proud to continue supporting them as they champion creativity and further the culture of craft here in Canada.

In anticipation of the One of a Kind winter event kicking off this week, we’re showcasing some of the incredible vendors you’ll find at the show. Browse last week’s Gift Guide, read yesterday’s interview with Tony Taylor, and join us today for our interview with Rebecca Horwitz and Meghan Macdonald, the creative duo behind Calica Studio.

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The Queen is a Corgi: An Interview with One of a Kind Vendor Tony Taylor

We share in One of a Kind’s belief that craft can enrich our lives, and that human creativity and self-expression are worth celebrating. We’re proud to continue supporting them as they champion creativity and further the culture of craft here in Canada.

In anticipation of the One of a Kind winter event kicking off this week, we’re showcasing some of the incredible vendors you’ll find at the show. Browse last week’s Gift Guide, and join us today for our interview with Toronto-based oil painter, Tony Taylor.

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Shop Handmade This Holiday at Toronto's One of a Kind Show

We share in One of a Kind’s belief that craft can enrich our lives, and that human creativity and self-expression are worth celebrating. Craft has played a large part in our history, and the recent surge in supporting handmade brands suggest it will remain an important part of our future too. When you shop small and handmade it helps local communities self-sustain and flourish with diverse product and perspectives. When you shop small and handmade it welcomes intentional and unique objects into your life, all the while you directly support someone’s livelihood and dream.

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