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 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, […] Continue reading →

Unique. Upcycled. Handmade. If these are words that could be used to describe your ideals when it comes to shopping for children’s clothing, then you’re definitely going to fall head over heels for Greenplow. Made with love in San Diego, California, each item of clothing has been put together with utmost care and attention to detail. From sourcing quality materials to the added touches of embroidery, buttons and more, Greenplow pieces will make a beautiful addition to your child’s wardrobe. I’m also greatly appreciative of creative designers like this, who are also open to custom orders. Have an idea for […] Continue reading →

Every now and then I come across and Etsy shop which makes me oooh and ahhh out loud. Rosemary’s Cuppa is definitely one of those shops and once you browse through her adorable little pint-sized skirts, you might just be ooohing and ahhhing along with me! Made in Bloomington, Indiana, by the oh so talented Abra Clampitt, each skirt from Rosemary’s Cuppa is a delight to behold and is sure to make a statement each time they’re donned by your petite fashionista. The colours and designs are bright, eye-catching and completely cute! Some of these handmade beautiful are crafted with […] Continue reading →

Teaching my daughter to sign at a very young age has been one of the greatest communication tools I possibly could have given her. The folks at Little Sapling Toys know this too, and so they’ve created a fun new set of blocks featuring both the letters of the alphabet, and their corresponding American Sign Language signs. Made from Walnut, Maple and Cherry wood, lightly finish with local beeswax (from Idaho) and organic jojoba oil, this collection of 26, 1.5″ square blocks have been sanded smooth to ensure no tiny splinters find your toddlers’ hands. The letters/signs are also etched […] Continue reading →

There are few things sweeter in life than your baby’s teensy, tiny little toes — am I right? However, for those times when you’ve got to cover up those little footsies, why not reach for an adorable pair of handmade ballet slippers, like these lovely specimens from Baby Souls Couture Shoes? Available in a range of sizes from newborn to 18-months, these shoes have a loop at the back, which makes it easy to convert them from a flat to a traditional ballet slipper. Adorable! Each shoe is made with love in Kirkland, Washington, in true couture style with hidden […] Continue reading →

Searching for the perfect addition to your child’s bedroom decor? Look no further than Skunkboy Creatures with their supremely well-crafted, handmade felt stuffed animals. From penguins to narwhals, owls, lions and beyond, there’s something for every taste and style in this adorable shop. How sweet would these little pals be, sitting on your kiddo’s bookshelf, or admiring the world from atop a dresser? I think they would make a great gift for crafty mamas as well — perhaps for Mother’s Day, which is sneaking up fast! Shop Skunkboy or visit the […] Continue reading →

It only took me a moment to fall madly in love with these gorgeous storage solutions from The Wood Doctor. I’ve been on the hunt for a coat rack to hang in my daughter’s room for a while now and I think one of these might just do the […] Continue reading →