"Conversations with Thomas" cards $6. "Conversations with Thomas" 2021 calendars $25. 2021 Salt Spring Calendars $25. 2021 "The Crow Calendar" $25 Red Hat Animal Christmas cards Regular size $5. Small/Tag $2. (envelopes incl.)
Framed "Conversations with Thomas" pieces, which are combinations of sketches done by my great, great, great grandfather, Thomas Hastings, in the 1800s, with
Brad is an artisan and makes a line of handmade pieces made from locally reclaimed, domestic and exotic woods, as well as Arbutus from Galiano. This includes boxes, candle holders, and jewelry.
He also makes I-pad holders, coasters, essential oil stands, spatulas, toast tongs, and cheeseboards.
Recently he’s begun making very WestCoast Wall Art. For this he uses reclaimed barnboard, p
Salt Spring Botanical Bubbles was launched a few years ago when I realized that my favourite gift to myself when travelling was a lovely bar of soap. After researching and learning about soap making I haven’t looked back. My soaps receive wonderful reviews and provide gentle cleansing combined with aromatherapy.
I’ve always been drawn to scents that are from nature and not adulterated in any wa
Deep Blue Dyeworks is a Salt Spring Island natural dye studio. Dyer Stella Weinert studied dyeing with Maiwa and with the block printers of Ajrackpur in the famous textile area of Kutch in Gujarat, India. She loves the magic of indigo as well as dyeing with brazilwood and marigold and many other plants!
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Hawk and Owl Custom Jewelry creates unique hand crafted rings, pendants and earrings set with precious gems and semi precious gemstones in sterling silver or gold. Hawk and Owl also offers semi precious stone cutting with gemstones from British Columbia and other semi precious stone from around the world.
All of our designs are singly made one of a kind jewelry creations made in our studio on Salt
The Fairy Door Man. Roger Brunt is widely acclaimed as Salt Spring Island's fairy door man. You can find his handcrafted fairy doors in backyards and along mountain trails from coast to coast. "It's a position I take very seriously. To fail to honour the "little people" would be a serious breach" he says. "Every door is different. It’s as if each door decides how it’s going to look."
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