Galleries & Gifts

Alpaca Stop

Clothing, bedding and housewares lovingly crafted from Alpaca fibre

  • 613-379-2580
  • Tamworth, ON

Artistic Focus By Shelley

handcrafted signs and wall art created with a combination of wood, paint, photography and digital painting (it’s just like regular painting but less mess).

  • Shelley King
  • 613-214-4975
  • Camden East, ON

Bon Eco Design

http://www.bon-eco.com/

Graphic Design, Sculptures Signs & Plaques, Resourcefulness Designing, Design of Spaces, Animal Enrichment, Objects

  • 613-379-3074
  • 706 Addington St., Tamworth ON

Carolines Custom Creations

OWNER: Carolyn Bennett
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Custom created T-shirts, mugs, glasses, gifts and home decor for any event…or just for yourself. Business branding, baby announcements and gifts, wedding signs and decor, personalized family signs, fun gifts for any occasion.

  • Caroline Bennett
  • 613-601-7833
  • 348 Holden Road, Roblin, Ontario

Elevate Balloon Artistry

https://elevateballoonartistry.com

Wedding Receptions • Birthdays • Corporate Events • Graduations Let’s Celebrate & ELEVATE I specialize in creating stunning balloon arrangements for elevated occasions. From weddings and corporate events to birthday parties and baby showers, I work with you to design custom garlands that add a touch of whimsy and elegance to any event.

  • Jen Smith
  • (613) 583-8803
  • Tamworth, ON

Love Jewelry

Hand forged Jewelry

  • Patti Love
  • 613 358-1292
  • Moscow, ON

Mom of 2 and a Zoo

custom designed signs, apparel, drinkware

  • Angi Squires
  • (613) 218-2917
  • Centreville, ON

Rob’s Creative Craftings

Cnc signs, wood burning, welding repairs, metal fabrication

  • Rob Turner
  • 12262206584
  • 1743 County road 27, Centerville, Centerville, ON, K0K 1N0, Canada

Smitten 4 Knittin’

Hand knit items

Owner: Amanda Hartwick

  • 613-530-6209
  • 517 Main St. N., Newburgh, Ontario

Wendy Cain Paper Artist and Printmaker

http://wendycain.ca/

Wendy Cain works with the practices of Handmade Paper. Paper pulps that are beaten for extended periods of time become fluid and can be used in similar ways to more traditional painting techniques.
The difference with these works is that the materials and the image are fused, producing a very different surface from traditional painting. Wendy uses the local landscape and her garden as inspiration.

  • Newburgh, Ontario