It’s that time of year; the kids are either looking for the darn “Elf on a Shelf,” or fighting over whose turn it is to open the advent calendar. At the same time, mum and dad are juggling corporate holiday parties and trying to burn off the eggnog. The countdown is on for Christmas shopping, and the thought of parking at a mall is frightening.
Who needs it?!
Atelier is here to help bring back a little holiday Zen, with our designer gift guides. Watch our blog and social media feed in the next three days as we are going to help reduce your shopping stress with three different gift guides full of ideas for stocking stuffers to thoughtful ways to express your love.
Holiday shopping ideas – our gift guide brimming with small gifts and stocking stuffers:
These designers are based literally from coast to coast in Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver. They work with precious metals and gemstones to design unique jewellery, vintage fabrics to make precious purses, and fine linens for home decor.
Anastassia Sel has a selection of gorgeous necklaces, bracelets and ear crawlers made with recycled sterling silver and 14K gold. See her collection here.
Erin, the founder and creator at Erinlaura Jewelry, is based in beautiful Vancouver, where she creates a necklace collection that she names after her best friends. Explore her full collection of rough gemstone chains here.
Melanie quit her day job to focus full time on Kĕme Jewellery her designer brand, where she fashions metal clay into gorgeous nature-inspired keepsakes. The Kĕme Jewellery stud earrings and leaf wrap rings are under $100 and will fit comfortably in any stocking.
Our Pretty. Rocker. Chic. Colleen Poitras makes stunning jewellery accessories in her Toronto studio. Her passion is working with leather, concrete and stainless steel. Go ahead make a statement this Christmas – view her collection here.
Winter is the time to spend a little more time indoors and enjoy the Anouk Alpine linen collection of tea towels, aprons and pillows (ok those might not fit in a stocking). Speaking of home, there are pure beeswax candles from Bees Wax Works and hardwood serving boards from Schooner Lane Designs in our “For the Home” collection here.