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GALLERY: The top 10 booths from the holiday One of a Kind Show

GALLERY: The top 10 booths from the holiday One of a Kind Show
(Image: Erin Seaman)

The One of a Kind Show gives Canadian artisans the chance to sell their lovingly crafted wares, and panicked holiday shoppers the chance to power-shop at hundreds of different booths in a single shopping session. If you’ve been to the Direct Energy Centre for one of the semi-annual shows, however, you’ll know the array of kiosks inside the sprawling convention hall can quickly get overwhelming. To help, we perused all the goods and narrowed it all down to our 10 favourite booths, which you can visit until the show closes on December 2.

See the top 10 booths at the One of a Kind Show »

Re:style Studio (booth Z19)
Rustichella (booth F20)
Pocket Books (booth W43)
Filipa Pimentel Ceramics (booth U3)
Re:style Studio (booth Z19)
Rustichella (booth F20)
Pocket Books (booth W43)
Filipa Pimentel Ceramics (booth U3)
Kino Guérin (booth B40)
Monster Factory (booth T36)
Urban Venus (booth X30)
Kino Guérin (booth B40)
Monster Factory (booth T36)
Urban Venus (booth X30)
Dreampower (booth D44)
C Comme Ça (booth V43)
Artech Glass Blowing Studios (booth V22)
Dreampower (booth D44)
C Comme Ça (booth V43)
Artech Glass Blowing Studios (booth V22)

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