Winnipeg Holiday Gift Guide

Winnipeg Holiday Gift Guide

My goal for this Christmas was to buy local.  And I don’t mean anyone who sells anything locally, but local makers & artists, local Winnipeg institutions and shops, and let’s face it, I wanted to go to as many craft sales as possible.  I think that for the most part I have been successful!  Here are a few of my favourite local shops/makers. (and, to the friends and family reading, sorry if this ruins the surprise just a little when you open up something from one of these places come Christmas 😉 )

  1. Coal & Canary

    I’ve been following Coal & Canary on Instagram for quite a while now (and coveting their beautiful candles), and I was so happy to be able to pick some up at a recent craft show.  I can’t wait to see my loved ones faces when they open their candles!  These candles are basically selling like hot cakes here in Winnipeg.  EVERYONE wants them.
    Check them out on their website: Coal & Canary

  2. Tiny Feast

    Tiny Feast is another one of my Instagram faves.  I’m a sucker for stationary, pens, organizers and planners, and this store is pretty much the perfect one for me because these are the things they sell!  Their shop is adorable and right downtown, so it’s super easy to get to.  I could spend all day there, there is so much to look at.  It’s really hard not to just buy everything, though
    Check them out on their website: Tiny Feast

  3. McNally Robinson

    So. #Bookmark or #dogear?

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    McNally Robinson has been one of my favourite stores since I was a kid.  I love books and reading, and try to get as many of my books from here as possible.  And how can I do Christmas presents without buying books?  Exactly. I can’t!
    Check them out on their website: McNally Robinson

  4. Red Lake Coffee Co.

    Red Lake Coffee Company is fairly new to Winnipeg, but I’ve heard nothing but good things about them.  They are a give-profit company, so they give their profits to local organizations that help people who are struggling.  Which is especially cool to purchase from at Christmas.  They deliver to the Winnipeg area as well, so I ordered it and it came that Friday! This is a very exciting company and I can’t wait to try their coffee.
    Check them out on their website: Red Lake Coffee Co.

  5. Out of the Blue

    This has been one of my favourite shops since I was in high school, and I’ve always loved everything they carry there.  Basically, if you need to find something for me for Christmas, if it’s from Out of the Blue, I will love it. 😉
    Check them out on their website: Out of the Blue

What Winnipeg shops and makers would you add to this list? What’s your favourite local shop?

xoxo,
Alysa

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  1. I LOVE my coal and canary candles they burn so evenly and the wood wick…whom ever you gift them too will definitely enjoy them. You picked some great shops, the red lake coffee co is new to me can’t wait to check them out:)

    1. A few of my friends rave about them!
      And I had to get myself a Coal and Canary candle as well, I’m planning on burning it when I’ll be home for a good amount of time so I don’t ruin it haha 🙂

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