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Of Note: Copper Penny

Posted in Of Note on Etsy by Allie on February 6, 2013

 

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This week, our penny was retired. What will you be doing with yours? Crafting? Throwing them into a fountain? Keeping them or putting them in the bank?

Happy Wednesday, folks.

$8.00

$74.00

$105.00

$3.30

$16.00

$15.00

$26.50

$24.00

$48.00

$13.00

$38.00

$20.00

$16.00

$28.00

$13.50

$6.00

Treasury tool supported by the dog house

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Of Note: Ontario (+ Toronto)

Posted in Of Note on Etsy, on Canada by Allie on March 31, 2010

I goofed last week and named the Manitoba post after its capital. It was a simple typo; I don’t sleep much. I am well aware the province is Manitoba, not Winnipeg. Actually, featuring the provinces like this brings me back to elementary school—Grade 6, Ms. Corrado’s class. We’re in the middle of a test on the provinces and their capitals (do Americans get tested on their knowledge of all the states and capitals? We only have 10 provinces and 2 3 territories. With 50 states, that seems cruel. Do European children get tested on provinces? Do European countries even have provinces?—I DIGRESS.), when I totally blank on the capital of Nova Scotia. I was an overachiever then, as I am now, and I was terrified of not getting perfect on this super easy test. I called my teacher over to explain: I’m not stupid. I’ve just blanked. She gave me a sad, understanding look, but didn’t know how to help me without cheating. It’ll come to you. Fast forward to: Okay class! Time’s UP! and I still couldn’t remem—HALIFAX! it came to me in an instant. And I wrote it down, and I got perfect. Thank goodness.

My goof last week got me thinking about cities and provinces, and how I would handle this week’s post. I know I laid down a challenge for myself to not include Toronto artists, but—look—let’s be honest here—Torontonians think they’re the centre of Canada the universe anyway, so why not give them their own feature? This way, we’re stroking their egos, yes, but we’re also separating them from the rest of the lovely Ontario artists, so they can have a space of their own.

So this week, I bring you: Of Note: Toronto AND Of Note: Ontario IN ONE POST. Enjoy.

(Toronto and Ontario flipped a coin; Toronto won the toss and graciously has let Ontario go first.)

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1. “Midnight Stroll” Etching from Rudolf Kurtz, Orangeville, Ontario

2. 4 Skinny Stacking Exotic Wood Bangles from Jillian & Kaleb of in-bloom, Langton, Ontario

3. Sterling Silver Collar Stays  from RedCatrun, shores of Lake Simcoe, Ontario. {also makes wedding bands!}

4. Petite Coloured Diamond Rings from Kate Szabone, Whitby, Ontario

5. Seedling Print from Jellybeans (Original Artwork by Angela Vandenbogaard), Orillia/Barrie/Midland, Ontario

6. Kelly Green Triple Wrap Jersey Lovey from Jessie’s Jersey Loveys and Quilts, London, Ontario

7. Vintage Style Baby Bonnet from On Cottage Way, Kincardine, Ontario

8. Retro Kitchen Stand Mixer Stamp from The Mayberry Sparrow, Hamilton, Ontario

9. This Grey Cowl Tee from Replicca, Hamilton, Ontario

 

Toronto

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1. Sunrise and Sunset Retro Flower Motif Cups and Saucers from Caffeine Queenie’s Vintage Finds, Toronto. {For the sad Canadians who can’t take part in the Liberty of London Target Extravaganza.}

2. High Tea Necklace from The Ardent Sparrow, Brampton.

3. Letterpress Counting Poster from sweetbeets, Toronto

4. Brownstone House Fabric Coasters from Knotted Nest, Toronto

5. Cute Ballerina Flats in Lime Green {100% Vegan shoes!} from Christy of  The Generation, Toronto.

6. Birds Eye View Illustration from Jessica Rae Gordon, Toronto. {I love, love, love this piece. Just love it.}

7.  Green Green Green Ruffle Wristlet from Hand Made Fun, Toronto

8. Pintuck Tunic Pattern from Heidi & Finn, Toronto

9. Birds 123 from Greasy Chicken Face Illustrations, Toronto

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Of Note: British Columbia

Posted in Of Note on Etsy, on Canada by Allie on March 3, 2010

Contrary to what you may have seen during the closing ceremony for the Olympics (or the ‘lympits as they’re called in our house, as in what Samson is training for what he’s in his jolly jumper), Canadians are not obsessed with mounties, beavers, and/or lumberjacks. Over the next few weeks, Of Note will be featuring Canadian artists, so you can get a taste of what we’re really aboot. Where better to start than British Columbia?! I’ve never been west of Ontario, but I have it on good authority that BC (the interior of it, anyway) is a wonderful place. My goodness, if the scenery isn’t enough to draw you westward, perhaps these craftspeople will.

1. Paperclip Chandelier Tutorial from ReDesign Technologies, Merritt, BC.

2. Turquoise Rain Drops Earrings from Tomo Jewelry, Winfield, BC.

3. Organic Wool Diaper Cover from Wildflower Mama Designs, Kimberley, BC.

4. Corroded Cuff II from C.G. Whitfield, 100 Mile House, BC.

5. Modelling Beeswax from Twinkle of My Eye, Logan Lake, BC.

6. Subway Roll Inspired Sign “Vancouver–the Olympic City 2010” from Signs of Vintage, Kelowna, BC.

7. Barnwood Earring Frame from Paradise Hill Designs, Northwoods of BC.

8. Retro Floral Dress from Paper Doll Vintage, Vancouver, BC.

9. Aqua Aura Quartz Crystal Ring from My Little Eye by elseetee, Vancouver, BC.

Enjoy.

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