Etsy Goodies Now Available In Chapters Indigo Stores!


Very exciting news for Canadians! Etsy and Indigo just announced their Canadian pop-up collaboration featuring a range of unique goods from seven Etsy sellers from across North America. The products will be displayed in such a way to showcase the diversity of Etsy’s online shops. You’ll be able to view some of the products online through indigo.ca/etsy and in-store at the Toronto Eaton Centre Indigo location (220 Yonge St.).

The collection will include map of Canada cutting boards from Richwood Creations, linen tea towels from STUDIOPATRO, chic fashion illustrations from The Aestate and porcelain apothecary bottles and vases from honeycomb studio.

For the home, Indigo will carry hand-poured soy candles from Toronto’s own Smells Like Canada, including scents like Muskoka Campfire, Toronto Smoke, Fraser Valley Wood, and Up North S’mores. The pop-up will feature stationary and gifting accessories including hand lettered calligraphy chalkboard cards from Lily & Val and party confetti and gift tags from Knot & Bow.

I’m thrilled that they’ve decided to bring Etsy in-store like this. Not only are they showcasing such a great selection of amazing and talented artists, it brings more attention to Etsy in general.

Photo credit: Etsy

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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  1. Krish J

    April 10, 2014 at 6:51 am

    Its awesome ! Indigo and etsy’s pop up might able to grab more online users to their shop.

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