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Locally handmade and one of a kind. Sustainable holiday giving.
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Give Creativity This Spring

Give Creativity This Spring

Late spring means the start of wedding season! At the Craft Ontario Shop, the month of May is an exciting time for us to connect our customers with the most exquisite pieces made by Canadian makers.

Handmade works of art, craft, and design make excellent and enduring gifts to celebrate weddings, anniversaries and important birthdays. Marking these events with a handmade sculpture, centrepiece or functional work is a long-practiced tradition, and an expression of love and creativity.

Be there in spirit by sending the special couple a beautiful handmade gift to show your support - the Craft Ontario Shop can ship worldwide!

See our suggestions for beautiful handmade gifts below.

Fanny Algaalaga Avatituq makes finely hand-stitched textile wall hangings featuring imagery from Inuit culture as well as the Canadian north. See the whole collection of hand-stitched wallhangings.

 Andreas Krätschmer turns very unique bowls that emphasizes wood as a material. For anyone who loves a good woodgrain or burl!

 
Jared Last makes geometric and graphic blown glass vases in stunning shades!

Michelle Mendlowitz creates edgy, delicate and masterfully made sculptural vessels.

Dana Reed's copper discs are etched with beautifully photographed silhouettes of natural and urban subject matter.



Our stone sculpture collection is always growing and changing. This great beast is a large standing bear by Tuk Nuna.

Padloo Samayualie is a celebrated artist who has often had her work as part of the Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection. This is one of her original drawings.

The Scenery Jug by Sean Robinson is perfect for summer cocktails, sangria, or good ol' refreshing H2O!

Jeannie Inukpuk's lyme grass basket is carefully handwoven, and very perfect for hiding precious keepsakes. 

Browse Terrie MacDonald's new collection of ceramic serving platters, just in time for outdoor dining season.

If you're just not sure what to pick, opt for a Gift Card! They can be used online or in person, and they never expire!

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