Dabble Digs Spring

Beaded Beauties
These handmade canisters add a lovely pop of colour to your makeup vanity. House jewellery or cotton balls in discreet style.

Beaded Canisters,
Set of 3 CA$46, Zenporium

Dabble Digs - Zenporium Beaded Round Bowl w lid

Pillow Talk
No two are alike. Add personality to a boring sofa with hand painted ombre pillows.

Bronze & Silver Ombre Pillows,
The Alloy Textile Collection
CA$195, Amanda Hamilton Design

Dabble Digs - AHID_PaintedPillow 004 copy


Scandinavian Seating
Artful furniture makes a statement in any space. Place this bench in your entry for insta-style.

Krone Hanssen Sparken Bench,
US$2,265, Huset

Dabble Digs - Krone Hanssen Sparken Bench 1 copy

Rad Rug
You don’t have to spend big money to add pattern and comfort under foot. Define a living room space with a large rug.

Kalat (beige & brown), 8×10
CA$2,245, Elte Market

Dabble Digs - Kalat Rug

Packaged Delivery
Fun! Receive a box full of vintage items at your doorstep once a month.

US$50/month, Frankie & Albert

Dabble Digs - FA_Packaging

Gorgeous Gypsum
How great would a couple of these hand cast gypsum pendants look over your kitchen island? Designed by Simon Katz and Peter Coolican, create big impact for a steal!

Pendant Light in Gypsum
CA$196, Coolican & Company

Dabble Digs - pendant on white

Ant Eater
LOL. Your guests will get a chuckle out of Hector Serrano’s creation of ants carrying away their appetizers.

Working Ant Party Picks,
Set of 20 CA$10, Kikkerland

Dabble Digs - Ant Food Picks_ACTION_7801

Holiday Pillow DIY


Carol Smyth from Vancouver is sharing an easy DIY pillow project from her blog The Design Pages. Make one for a friend, it’s a great gift.

* Pre-made pillow cover and pillow insert
* Pencil
* 2 different colours of felt (suggested: red or green for primary colour, brown for secondary)
* Fabric glue
* Cardboard

Step 1

Create a cardboard circle template that is approximately 1 1/2′ in diameter. Using a pencil, trace 28 circles onto your primary fabric and then cut them out.


Step 2

Place a small dot of glue at the bottom of one circle and then pinch the area together so that it forms a petal. Hold it for a few seconds or until the glue is dry. Repeat this step for all 28 circles.


Step 3

Using a secondary colour of felt, cut a 1′ x 2′ rectangle and place it lengthwise near the bottom of your pillow cover. This will be your tree trunk. Place one petal directly above the tree trunk with the pinched section nearest the top and then lay three petals on each side. Decrease the number of petals in each row until you reach one.


Step 4

Once you have determined the placement of each petal, start gluing the petals into place. And there you have it. A simple, yet festive, addition to your holiday decor.