16 Etsy Sellers Will be at Stampede Market
Shop local and handmade at the Stampede this year. Find them in Hall A of BMO Centre.
Offerings from Calgary-based online retailer Fairgoods. One of several vendors taking part in Etsy at Stampede.
Keep your facial hair in tip-top condition with quality shaving instruments, like Avalanche Artisans’ silver tip badger shaving brushes and razors with handles made from animal horns and wood. They also make razors for women using polymer clay and 24 karat gold accents.
Each bracelet or pair of earrings by Lucie Brouillard is a one-of-a-kind creation, handmade with a mixture of colourful resin, glass, kashmiri, lampwork and ceramic beads in Airdrie.
Handmade in Calgary, the Bronze & Butterflies jewellery line features colourful gemstone studs and dainty brass and gold necklaces.
Originally imagined as a vintage-inspired apron company, Buttercream Clothing now designs and manufactures the full gamut of women’s clothing, from kimonos to dresses to accessories. A selection of their colourful infinity scarves are featured on its Etsy page.
Carly Smith embraces a vintage aesthetic with her hand illustrated cards and prints. The Ottawa-based designer also makes charm necklaces featuring her original ink drawings and earrings using digitally restored vintage images.
This online retailer truly sells a little bit of everything, from cheeky T-shirts and accessories to leather luggage tags. Along with their usual fare, Fairgoods will also be selling balloons, a bandana and leather bracelets available exclusively during the Stampede.
In a way, products from ImPaper promise double the reward. Not only can you send someone you love one of their charming greeting cards or gift yourself one of their prints, but every product sold supports a non-profit or charitable organization.
Add a personal touch to your home with any of Jack & Cyan’s hand sewn or dyed table runners, throw pillows or mug rugs. The designs are either one of a kind creations or feature photography by Jules Stirling, the creative force behind this Vancouver brand.
Based in Milo, Alberta, this self-taught photographer captures the romantic side of the country, the beach and other travel destinations with her collection of fine art photography and wall decor.
This Calgary-based jewellery designer uses colourful quartz and brass/silver to create rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings that are simple and delicate.
Multi-media artist Mackenzie Jones takes inspiration from nature and nostalgia, among other things, when creating her collection of earrings and necklaces using various combinations of sterling silver and semi-precious stones and gems.
Amelia Cammaert takes products many people use every day – makeup removers, deodorant and body wash, to name a few – and gives them a natural twist by using ingredients like beeswax, essential oils, shea butter and more to make her line of Meli Essentials.
Wood, leather and distressed brass are the materials of choice for Kerri Lynn, whose cuffs, bracelets and dog tag necklaces give off a comfortable, rustic vibe.
Raw and polished gemstones are at the heart of the jewellery that Calgary’s Nicole Bracey makes, but it’s their pairings with chains, cotton cords, brass and silk tassels that makes them truly unique statement pieces.
It doesn’t get any more Canadian than maple syrup, so it makes sense that this family-owned company rests just outside the country’s capital. Selling maple syrup products made on their farm in Ottawa Valley, the Etsy page for Thompsontown Maple Products features a range of product sizes from 125 mL glass bottles to 1 litre plastic jugs.
You’ll have the most fashionable tots on the block with Wild & Free’s baby and children clothing and accessories. Their bandana bibs – which are featured on their Etsy page – are particularly adorable, with fun prints ranging from lady bugs to moustaches.