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AirBnB x Etsy Present: Fieldguided Craft Party

On June 6, Etsy is hosting a series of craft parties all around the world, and I am pleased to announce that I will be hosting one in conjunction with both Etsy and AirBnB. The theme this year is “reimagining photographs,” but for our party, we’ll be focusing on the frames we put our photographs in. I have some fun ideas, and if you come to the party, you can join me in making something cute, or just enjoy the party! Space is limited, so please RSVP here.

To learn more about other events happening in Toronto as part of the Etsy Craft Party, click here, and to find a party near you, click here.

AirBnB was kind enough to provide one of their most popular Toronto rentals for us that night, a loft space in an old knitting factory. The space is so amazing that it’s made me daydream about how I would restyle it if I had the opportunity, using Etsy as my main source of vintage and handmade finds. Turns out I am really into neutrals and metallics, surprise! And a lot of Morocco snuck in there too, because I think it would be my first destination of someone magical came along to offer me plane tickets to anywhere in the world. I would also absolutely cram the loft with plants, to clean the air and to bring in some warmth.

See you on June 6th! Thanks, Etsy, and thanks, AirBnB!





Ikat bedding / Gypsya
Marbled hanging planter / Leah Ball
Moroccan pouf / Maison Marrakech
All seeing eye hand amulet / Mudpuppy
Pom blanket / Boutique Maroc
Woven wall hanging / Oh Albatross
Agate bookends / Alex Marie Designs
Cresent planter / The White Pepper
Round Berber rug / We Make Rugs
Antique cosmos print / Daylight Dreams

3 comments:

  1. Its already sold out-so sad! maybe next time :(

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  2. Great, I just checked and there is even an Etsy craft party in Hong Kong. Thanks for sharing the event. Your selection is really cute, I love the golden planter.

    Kati from black.white.vivid.

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  3. I've wanted that amulet for years! One day I'm actually going to get around to buying it. (Or, more likely, eventually they'll stop selling it and I will be filled with regret...)

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