Tuesday, January 19, 2010

pandacub shops local in...toronto, canada

Ok, this is cheating a little, but for my first "pandacub shops local..." feature, I, obviously, HAD to do my own hometown of Toronto, Canada.

The best thing about this list is that I've actually met some of these great Etsians in person at local craft shows so I know first-hand just how talented they really are. (And yes, I do own some of their great hand-crafted creations).

Ok, so now that pandacub has checked out the Etsy sellers in Toronto - where should I "shop local" next?


Left to right:
Top row:
1. Quick Snap Card Holder - Little Bird Sunburst, $8.00 by DearSukie
2. Pink glass pendant with steel wire chocker included, $22.00 by taragilchrist
3. Little Gnome, $20.00 by VintagePaperParade

Middle row:
4. elk pillow, $38.00 by linesbydavis
5. I love my coffee break - 6x6 inches print, $20.00 by joojoo
6. Mustache Handkerchiefs - Pop Of Color - Set of 4, $56.00 by avrilloreti

Bottom row:
7. contemporary table runner (cyan blue and brown), $40.00 by knottednest
8. pretty spring skunk, $37.00 by pupa
9. Pleated Wristlet- Indian Summer, $25.00 by LMcreation

5 comments:

avrilloreti said...

Thanks so much about adding my mustache hankies to your shop local Toronto feature! I love the knotted nest table runner too!

JooJoo said...

WOW!! What a sweet collection Stephanie! And they are all here in Toronto!

Thanks a lot for including my print in your lovely blog!

xo
Afi

Knotted Nest said...

Great collection of Toronto makers! Love the wandering "shop local" feature. How about Vancouver ...they've got some wonderful crafters!

Thanks so much for including my table runner!

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Stephanie/pandacub said...

avrilloreti - thanks for stopping by! Your mustache hankies are so much fun!

Afi - You're very welcome - I've been a huge fan of your shop (both of them) for awhile now so I knew I had to include you! You are SO talented!

KnottedNest - Lovely and unique table runner! And yes, I think I'm going to have fun with this "Shop Local" feature. Vancouver's a great idea! I'll make that my next stop!