Made in Canada | Etsy Event

Etsy invited us to their Made in Canada VIP shopping and cocktail party last Friday, before the big Toronto pop-up sale on Saturday. We discovered many talented artisans based in Toronto and chatted with some of them about their creations. It’s always a treat to shop local and support small businesses.Made in Canada Etsy EventJeffrey from Thorn & Needle knits every potted cactus himself.
Thorn_and_needle_etsy_Jeffrey Glaabthe_grand_meringue_torontoBased on an old family recipe, The Grand Meringue‘s colorful treats are now available for delivery in Toronto.The_grand_meringue_boxYusuke and Naomi from Akai Ceramic Studio make their ceramics in their home studio.Akai_ceramic_studio_etsy_berry_bowlTheir pieces have a simple elegance, while being functional—and dishwasher and microwave safe. We adore the berry colanders.Akai_ceramic_studio_etsy_mugs_vasesThe yarn bowls are also brilliantly minimalistic. Akai_ceramic_studio_etsy_yarn_bowlThe Teeny Tiny Bakery makes teeny tiny cookies. They do custom orders and ships outside of Toronto as well.teeny_tiny_bakery_cookiesHoney_thistle_etsy_terrarium_animalsMiniature garden decor critters from Honey Thistle are handmade and so cute.Honey Thistle_etsy_plant_decorationWei, the artist, painstakingly makes everything inside the globes with polymer clay.Honey_thistle_etsy globe_pendant_foxKiriki_press_etsy_DIY_embroidered_dollsKiriki Press’s DIY embroidered doll starter kits let beginners make their own small plushies. Kiriki_Press_etsy_beginner_embroidery_starter_kitAparna from Green Bean Studio illustrates all the greeting cards in her collection, including some very cool 3D ones.Green_bean_studio_etsy_thank_you_cardsShop more handmade items from all over Canada on the Etsy Editors’ Picks page.

Photos by Tiantian Zou.

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