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5 Things to Give: Foodie Edition

Know a foodie who has an upcoming birthday? If you’re stuck on what to get them, you need to check out this foodie gift guide featuring 5 Canadian small businesses!⁣ Hydrated Leaf, Tamara’s Teaspoons, Sweet Bee Beeswax Food Wraps, Pegzie Creation, and Thoughtfully Handmade have you covered. From small food keychains and crochet cozies to CBD-infused products, beeswax wraps and handmade cards, you’ll definitely find a great gift. To read, keep on scrolling!

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3 Reasons Why You Should Craft

Today, I’ll be sharing three reasons why you should craft. Not only does it help relieve stress, but it also unleashes your creativity and adds some fun to your day. I’ll incorporate some research on the benefits of crafting and adding some personal anecdotes on when crafting helped me. To read it, keep scrolling!

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5 Things to Give: Bookworm Edition

Know a book lover who has an upcoming birthday? If you’re stuck on what to get them, you need to check out this book lover gift guide featuring 5 Canadian small businesses!⁣ Gracie._Co, Love To Be Books, Market Candle Company, VIBookCrate, and Thoughtfully Handmade have you covered. From hand-poured candles and handmade cards to excellent books, you’ll definitely find a great gift. To read, keep on scrolling!

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5 Things to Give: Athlete Edition

Have an athlete who has an upcoming birthday? If you’re stuck on what to get them, you need to check out this athlete gift guide featuring 5 Canadian small businesses!⁣ JAM Designs Boutique, In at the Mill Design Co, Trias Bracelet, The Urbivore, and Thoughtfully Handmade have you covered. From handmade bracelets, scrunchies and birthday cards to helpful essential oil products and beautiful yoga mats, it’ll be a great gift! To read, keep on scrolling!

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Craft Market Review: Craftadian Virtual Market

As a vendor, I understand the worries of selling at a market that you’ve never sold at before, especially a virtual one. I’ve personally sold at unsuccessful markets where traffic was low. But I’ve also done some excellent markets where they were well organized and had a lot of traffic. I know some of my fellow vendors have participated in Craftadian virtual and in-person markets before, but many haven’t. I did one in June, so I thought I’d write up a review of my experiences over on my blog! With all of that being said, here is my review of the Craftadian Virtual Market.

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