Brunch maps + The Drake General Store!

Thrilling news!! The Toronto Brunch Map is now available at The Drake General Store! If you’ve never been, oh watch out! It’s dangerously awesome – all of the most wonderful treats and curiosities you see on the best design blogs ALL IN ONE PLACE. Some of my fav finds include: * decals by Shanna Murray…

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The Toronto Brunch Map

Ta-Da! The Toronto brunch map is here! And it comes with a check list you can stick on your fridge, or keep in your wallet to keep track of all your brunchie deliciousness, AND an “I Love Brunch” pin, to prove to the world that you love your homefries/bacon/pancakes! And you can buy one here!

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Letterpressing with Snap + Tumble

Fact: I’m in love with letterpress. Really and truly. It is crazy amounts of fun. I first got hooked in Nebraska, and this spring had the pleasure of working on Tanya’s Snap + Tumble presses. If you’re looking for a letterpress workshop in the city, I’d highly recommend hers (though you might have to wait…

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Blog-broidery & my new etsy shop, Sweet Louise and Co.

Embroidery meets hilarious posts on the interwebs in my new shop, Sweet Louise and Co.! I’ve deemed it: blog-broidery: quotes from the most hilarious blog posts in the universe immortalized in thread! “Dude, nice chicken” (inspired by the ever-hilarious Bloggess’s post) “It’s fall fuckface” (an homage to the pant-peeing worthy creation by Colin Nissan, “It’s…

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Loved and Lost with Christa Couture

Christa Couture is one of my favourite people of all time. And she happens to be an extraordinary musician. One day, after bantering about embroidered book covers, I off-handedly offered to embroider her next album cover. And here they are. Loved. And Lost. I nearly lost all feeling in my right index finger, and went…

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LZV + The Image Interview

Earlier in June, Joel Yum of The Image Interview stopped by my place, camera in hand…It’s fascinating to see framed corners and bits of my home… I aim to expose and promote not only those that are talented and hardworking but have great attitudes to complement their talents. ~ Joel writes about his project. See…

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Poems and photos: A collaboration, Part 2

July reopens like fingers from a fist, August, September, pressed tight – palm against palm, knuckles bumping into one another. And October collects like bubbles on the walls of the glass, mornings slipping into afternoons, as Monday gathers itself in the centre of the room. ~ The second in an on-going collaboration with the wonderful…

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