Toronto Holiday Gift Guide 2014: DIY Gifts
DIY classes and workshops to help you channel your inner elf
The Shop offers drop-in classes in the art of shibori. DIYers pleat, bind and knot white fabric before dipping it in dye for twisty prints. Dec. 23. $45. 1139 College St., 416-949-1184.
Bring your scraps of leftover fabric to The Workroom, and the staff will help you refashion it into a retro-chic change purse. Nov. 29. $55. 1340 Queen St. W., 416-534-5305.
Graven Feather’s workshops teach antique techniques (vintage lead type, lino blocks) for making personalized stationery. Nov. 29 and Dec. 10. $65. 906 Queen St. W., no phone.
Finnish glass artist Minna Koistinen’s Playing With Fire classes teach newbies to turn molten glass into delicate ornaments. Dec. 13. $79. 10 Jackson Pl., playingwithfire.ca.
The brainiacs at Hot Pop Factory guide students through design software to print gifts in ceramic, nylon, sandstone or stainless steel. Dec. 6 and 16. $45. 215 Spadina Ave., no phone.
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There is also IPhone app for that (What to get my boyfriend), its very
nice. It asks you questions about relationship and his character and in
the end it gives you suggestions, of course you can set the budget and
also his birthday reminder. There is a bunch of pretty cool (also DIY)
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