Black Vendors, Indigenous Vendors, People of Colour Vendors
We’re Cesar and Diana, and we are based in Ontario, Canada.
We design, create and produce custom prints.
We first started 3D printing in 2018 when we realized that we couldn’t find certain parts for repairs around the house. And if we did, they were CRAZY expensive. We started with a starter gear for our lawn tractor, then our washing machine dial/knob went. We printed wire tab indicators, hinges, water line brackets, USB and SD slot holders, shelves and the ‘L’ brackets to hold the shelves, little mini drawers and many more cool gadgets. Eventually we migrated from practical prints and started tinkering with design, and prop prints, like miniatures, all types of plant holders, and of course a solid Baby Yoda phase.
Proceeds from sales are distributed to those who help us with our designs and to our families in Venezuela as well as other Venezuelan communities.
We accept e-transfers and cash payments. To place an order,
please email us.
Eva Bowering (she/her/they) has been and out of the vintage clothing community for well over 15 years.
She began picking vintage for Beyond Retro in the UK.
Then moved to Toronto where she started her own brick and mortar location with 69 Vintage. She's also worked for Malabar Costumes Ltd.,
I Miss You Vintage, John Fluevog Shoes, Out of the Past,
to name a few.
She's happy to be back in her hometown sharing her finds.
For payment options, Eva prefers interac etransfer or PayPal.
Pickup in St. Catharines. Shipping anywhere else for $15 per item via Canada Post.
Grandma’s Basement is a unique vintage shop located at 144. St Paul Street, St. Catharines that specializes in selling on-trend secondhand clothing and modern accessories. Apart from our brick and mortar, we also offer an online shop that sells our latest vintage finds, accessories, and even curated mystery boxes based on your favourite style!
Amazon Canada: www.amazon.ca/handmade/True-Rouge
"Making original hair and jewelry accessories by hand and proudly keeping family traditions alive in Canada since 2016."
Hi! I'm Mary Joe, the artisan behind True Rouge.
Working with fabrics and ribbons is one of my passions, and creativity is the most important ingredient in True Rouge's accessories.
All my pieces are developed from scratch, using my hands to mold, sew and infuse personality into my fabrics to turn them into beautiful, exclusive, and original hair & jewelry accessories
By purchasing True Rouge’s handmade accessories, you are supporting a small family-run business. Welcome and happy shopping!
Purchases can be made through my Etsy shop!