The Happy Artisan Gift Box

Pre-order Fall Box starting Aug. 01

The Happy Artisan Gift Box is a small batch, hand curated, gift box for people who love beautifully made artisan goods, crafted by hand in small towns across Canada.

It connects the happiness of creating beautiful things with the happiness of receiving them.  Every box is a surprise. The Happy Artisan Gift Box is a curated seasonal gift box. Your box will be a surprise each time and will include quality goods from 5-8 items.  The box supports individual makers and puts money back into families and communities. The items range from home goods to natural bath and body products, to jewellery and art, to gourmet food and other unique items. There is a focus on products that are consumable and environmentally responsible, and packaging is kept to a minimum for all boxes.

The Happy Artisan Gift Box combines the delight of a surprise gift with the benefits of shopping locally and the convenience of shopping online. Bonus items are occasionally made available to add on to your box.

  • Fall box available for pre-order on August 01 – ships early September.
  • Christmas box available for pre-order TBA

* Please note that at this time we are only able to ship within Canada.

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Wanda

Hi I’m Wanda, I came up with the idea to create The Happy Artisan Gift Box. I knew I couldn’t do this alone so I  recruited some very talented artisans to help me curate this small batch mystery gift box. I am so HAPPY and thrilled to be collaborating with these talented Artisans – bios are listed below.

I am also the owner of A Wandaful Thing. I consider myself to be a multi-passionate creative.  I always need to be learning or creating something new. If you want to know the whole story behind this shop and the blog, be sure to check out the Quick Links at the bottom of this page.

Meet the Fall Happy Artisans:

 

 

Essence Pathways

HOLLY ROSE HOLLAND is an Intuitive Author, International Speaker, Grief Coach, former spouse, parent and grief survivor. In moving through the grief process, she noticed many people stuck about death, relationships, employment and often changes in themselves. Holly has just written a book called Keep Moving, Creating a Life After Loss.

Holly has always loved writing. She finds writing helpful for herself and others, experiencing grief and creating a new life. Holly helps women get REAL: remember, express, action and live.

She practices wellness through nature, natural products and intuition. She travels to share her gifts with the world.

essencepathways@gmail.com

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Jennifer Gunderson started  making soap in 2012 when a friend who had made his own soap for a few years showed her how the process worked. After she made a few batches she wondered what else she could make at home and since then she has come up with a line of consistent products that she offers for sale on a regular basis,  as well as seasonal and special occasion items. Jennifer haild from Ontario and has called Alberta home since 2015. Jennifer welomes the opportunity to chat with people about her products, to receive feedback to change and improve items as needed, and to answer any questions you may have about what her products.

Tara Bedford is the owner of Seashell Ceramics.  Tara has lived in Morinville, AB most of her life.  Tara has been passionate about pottery for the last 4 years. She started taking pottery classes at the St Albert Art Gallery which was taught by members of the St Albert Potters Guild. She has learned a mix of skills from throwing basics pots, to lids, to using transfers, to making tea pots. This past year, due to the pandemic, she needed to branch out from classes to actually joining a studio so she could throw and improve her skills. It’s been a great place to practice her skills and learn techniques.  

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tara.bedford@shaw.ca

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