Header photo by Leif Norman It’s almost that time again: craft show season in Manitoba. And with TONS (and we do mean tons) of craft sales happening throughout the province, you’re going to want to get started early on mapping out your route to handmade heaven. Here we go… Winnipeg Sept 15-16 |
Header photo: Pop Cart Popsicles, available at the Third + Bird Spring Market You asked, we delivered! After the success of our previous Fall Craft Show listings, we had many requests from the community asking for a similar list for spring. Crafters and organizers: You know what to do. If we missed
While trendy foods come and go (we’re looking at you, avocado) the pumpkin may be forever. It dominates the fall season and relentlessly makes its way into every food group. Yes, sometimes the season can be a little aggressive, especially when it comes to making just about everything with pumpkin.
I don’t know what it is, but there’s something particularly comforting about buying something handmade. Maybe it’s the nostalgic smell of a hot glue gun and paint lingering in the air that brings back memories from childhood, or the fact that love and care has gone into each and every item. Craft
Remember last year when you were running through the mall on December 24th, desperately seeking that perfect (but inevitably sold out) gift? That’s not going to happen this year. This year, take a roadtrip through what we like to call “Manitoba’s Craft Trail” for everything on your holiday shopping
Museum boutiques are a great place to find unique gifts for that hard-to-shop-for person on your list. Another great place to find one-of-a-kind items, from jewellery to home décor, to clothes and toys, is craft sales. This fall, take a literal shopping trip, exploring what artisans and crafters