BRIKA — little ones

Join us for a holiday-themed kids’ fashion show this Sunday, Toronto

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Bundle up your little ones and join us for a day of festive cheer this Sunday, December 18 at BRIKA’s Yorkville Village pop-up. Featuring a live kids’ fashion show displaying the best of marQ, TV personality Melissa Grelo’s line of clothing (available at BRIKA), the afternoon will be capped off with a range of fun DIY crafting activities hosted by Designher Co. Guests of all ages are welcome to design handcrafted jewelry and accessories, and the BRIKA Café will be serving hot chocolates, marshmallows and other sweet treats available for purchase all afternoon. The fashion show will run from 11-11:30...

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Handpicked: 5 DIY kits to feel like a Martha Stewart maestro in no time

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If you’re not of the same skill standing as a Martha Stewart-level DIY maven but still have the desire to create beautiful and impressive works of art on your own, these DIY kits make it easy, and you’ll soon be fancying yourself among those who get asked “You made that?!” on the regular. (Don’t worry, your secret’s safe with us.) 1. Year of Holidays Carve a Stamp Kit Put a stamp on it! This kit includes templates, making it dead simple to carve your own stamps and create wow-worthy greeting cards, stationary, invitations, or anything you want to put your mark—er,...

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BRIKA DIY: Heart-shaped elbow patches

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We love this simple DIY that adds a touch of playfulness to clothing, making it perfect for reworking an old sweater or refreshing a shirt that your little one has grown tired of. Requiring very basic supplies that you likely already have around the house, the end product will be well worth your effort and finished just in time for Valentine’s Day! Tutorial and photo courtesy of Apartment Therapy. What you need: Sweater, jacket, or cardigan Medium weight fabric for patches Cardstock Scissors Marker Thread or embroidery floss Fabric adhesive(optional) Directions: Cut a square of paper and lay it over...

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