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Homespun


Etsy + IndigoWhat It Is:What do these seemingly disparate items have in common, you ask? For one, they’re all made by Canadian artisans. For another, they were all originally sold on Etsy. For yet another, Indigo’s sharp-eyed buyers have teamed up with nine of these unique, Canadian designers to launch a magnificently curated collection of gorgeous giftware. From stylish prints to chic jewelry to creative coasters, there’s no shortage of inspiration. And while I could easily just fill up my blog for the remainder of the month highlighting each of these lines, I simply invite you to peruse them for yourself. My top pick? The Canuck-inspired candle line ‘Smells Like Canada’.

Who It’s For:The gifts in the collection are pretty far-ranging, and would work great for everything from Mother’s Day to housewarming picks to a thank you present to a hostess gift. Take a browse – you’ll either find something you want to gift, or find something you want.

What It Costs:I believe the most affordable pieces can be found with paperie brand Knot & Bow, but in general most of the items are in the $35 – $45 range.

Where It’s At: Indigo online – hurry, this limited-time collaboration won’t be around forever!

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3 Responses to “Homespun”
  1. Joan G says:

    I like the Home is Wherever I’m With You sign

  2. Susan says:

    One of the things I love about your blog is that you feature and celebrate Canadian artisans and made in Canada products. Thanks!

  3. Susan T. says:

    Awesome little gifts! I’ll be checking this out!

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