Owner at Dini & Co and the Collective

A destination shop for our locals and visitors to Georgetown, Dini & Co.was named the Canadian Gift Association (CanGift) Retailer of the Year in 2015.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Georgetown, Dini & Co. was established in 2011 by Dini and has quickly become part of the community.
Over the past eight years, Dini & Co. has developed a reputation for having a personalized touch and stocking original products. The shop carries a variety of unique home décor items, fashion accessories and giftware, and expanded in order  to sell fresh flowers. Recently Dini has created a collective of local artists who all have a goal in common - to showcase and sell their art.



Artist. Poetess, Priestess. Intuitive Spiritual Advisor. Teacher.

Ashley grew up in Port Credit, a waterfront village near Toronto, Canada. She attended Wilfrid Laurier University and although earned a degree, she was always far more taken with her love of people and widening curiosity of life & art. In 2019 she began sharing her writing on Instagram @loveashleylord after decades of keeping it safe in her heart and in 2020, published her first book, In the Heart of the Light; poetry of awakening. Ashley is an artist and a naturally born writer who has honed her craft for most of her life.



Visual Artist

R.V. May, Fibre Art. Hiking trails are my happy place. Felting allows me the freedom to re-create those treasured moments that live on in my head, long after I’ve kicked off my boots. 



Mobiles/Wall Art

Hand-crafted wall art and mobiles designed and fashioned from repurposed and delicately hand-picked materials—a charming addition to any room.


Buckingham Shore

Creating art from wood scraps!
Here I am finally doing what I love,  art, wood working, interior design and all things creative. My work is all custom and handmade. Some of my pieces can now be found at Dini & Co - 56 Main St Georgetown!  I am happy to collaborate with clients to create a piece that truly makes their space sing!



"Sole" Inspired Rugs

My passion is taking remnants, vintage, new and old textiles and refashioning them into something new and unique.

These rugs use new and leftover yarn and are inspired by things that I see and make me happy.

I hope the joy spreads to you!




By the Glass is a small local business that was established in Glen Williams in December of 2019. By the Glass products are fun, upbeat and sometimes a little sassy.. these gifts are bound to make the perfect gift for all occasions! We strive to make our process simple and easy so that you receive the ultimate custom gift.



Artist, Visual Designer & Colour Consultant

A compulsive doodler from the time my hands could hold a crayon I've traveled the art world as an illustrator, graphic designer, art director, and fine artist.
I have a simple theory about "art" and it is that art should be accessible to everyone. With new technologies art has become affordable for most people now and can be easily integrated into any design sense. I have endeavored to keep pace with new media and am thrilled to see how accessible art from around the world can be.
Giclee prints can be a fantastic less costly alternative to original art and have the added advantage of being easily changed for different decors, seasons or moods. Art images on pillows and throws is another creative way to introduce your personal sense of style and design into a space.
I try to make images that create a joyful experience for the viewer on many different types of products.



Polar Bear Artist

Welcome to the polar bear art world of Canadian polar bear artist, Christine Montague. Polar bear paintings for those who love polar bears, wildlife, nature & realistic, uplifting, original fine art. With Montague's polar bears as guide, discover mindful escape into paintings about solitude, intelligence, beauty & climate change.
Original Polar bear paintings are available directly from the polar bear artist, Christine Montague.



I am a business owner, a mom, a wife, an artist, and a Chalk Paint™ Professional

Until 5 years ago I had owned several businesses with my husband, and all afforded me the opportunity to work from home.  Then I did something that I swore I would never do, I opened a retail store.  That changed me in ways I could never imagine.

In March of 2015 I opened One Amazing Find, a boutique consignment store in downtown Tarpon Springs, Florida with my sights set on the near impossible dream of becoming a stockist of Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan.  In less than 3 months that desire had been fulfilled and my creative journey shot off in directions I also had never imagined.

I took part in multiple training sessions with the Annie Sloan organization, and I am proud to say with Annie Sloan herself.  I constantly developed my craft learning limitless furniture painting techniques and approaches.  I painted furniture for my store.  I painted furniture for clients.  And then I became an instructor to novices and to professional painters alike teaching fundamentals to advanced techniques, kitchen makeovers, and lots of approaches to the warmest of home decor.

I returned to my home in Ontario just in time for New Years 2020 and in a matter of days found myself missing my old store, my studio, my creative outlets.  What did I do?  I picked up a brush and got back to work in my happy place.

I offer custom furniture painting (see the Custom Finishing page for more info and pricing guidelines).  I am refinishing other furniture for sale via Facebook Marketplace, and soon through local stores as I identify ideal spots.  I am also producing unique and customizable "co-ordinate signs" like a madwoman for sale on Etsy and in local stores (see Etsy and Local for more information - I will keep that page updated as locations will expand and change).

I like to say that I am never happier than when I have a paintbrush in my hands.  Not entirely true as my family is also my happy place.  Wait!  If I were to be hanging with my husband, kids, and dogs with a paintbrush in one hand and a glass of wine in the other... well THAT would be my nirvana. :-)



Leather Jewellery Artist

Creations by Brocs genuine leather jewellery is hand cut using scraps from other leather crafter's or repurposed from jackets and bags that have seen better days, boots that have been kicked to the curb and belts that have bit the dust!



Teaching & sharing the coolest and easiest DIY decor!

Can you imagine to be paid to craft! I DO! I have been a crafter since early in my childhood. I used to sit at the table with my grandmother and aunt learning sewing and hoop crafting. Little did I know that those are the most precious of memories and fostered a lifetime of creativity. I enjoy painting of all types, portraits to farmhouse signs and now the love of Chalking! Lets connect and do something very relaxing and produce some great items for your home!




Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures. The word is a portmanteau of the Japanese words ami, meaning "crocheted or knitted", and nuigurumi, meaning "stuffed doll".




Dianne is a Mom of 2 older boys and can now enjoy some “me time” and tap into her creative reserves.
She loves the outdoors and anything boho or beachy. She paints interiors and knits to relax.
Boho inspired knitwear for herself became knitwear for friends and beyond. Crochet choker necklaces became a fun added touch to her wardrobe. She loves working with her hands and learning new projects. You just never know what she will create next.




For the past two decades, Frans has been  involved in ceramics. His interest in the craft has led him in many directions - finally settling himself in the somewhat unpredictable world of Raku.

His passion for strong Earth colours and textures coupled with metallics, lets his forms speak for themselves. He is ever on the search for forms that allow him to express these passions - ones that best suit his personality and commitment to his craft.

His works are on display in private collections in Greece, England, Germany, USA, Holland, Japan, and Canada.

While residing in Mississauga, Ontario Canada - Frans teaches pottery at the  Credit Valley Artisans in Georgetown and is a member of the Potters' Guild of Hamilton & Region.



Featuring kits by Cowlicious.
This cowl features a textured pattern and is worked up in luxurious Sugar Bush Bliss; a blend of 70% fine merino, 20% silk and 10% cashmere. 
Also available, kits for matching hats!



by Brianne Shirt

My name is Brianne Shirt. I was born and raised in Georgetown and have always loved all things creative. One night my fiancé and I decided to try a “Follow along with Bob Ross” paint night-  I’ve been hooked ever since. I’ve experimented with different mediums but I am especially drawn to Alcohol Ink art. It’s soft yet bold with a mind of its own. Being a part of Dini’s Collective is an amazing opportunity and I couldn’t be more excited.



Inspirational Art & More

I create original mixed media collages on canvas and draw my inspiration from nature, quotes, people and places. I love to create custom pieces!



by Jennifer Sutoski




From the time her hands touched clay, Karen knew she was meant for it! A serious potter since 1994, all of Karen's works are in the most vivid of colours. Karen creates beautifully crafted functional pieces from elegant serving plates to giant free standing pedestal bird baths, her signature item.



Paintings and Prints

I have always had a passion for art, crafting and interior design. Recently, I decided to take the plunge and fully embrace my creative side. Painting gives me peace and a feeling of great joy. I hope when you see my work you can feel some of the joy I felt in creating it.



"Inspiring special moments is my passion, customizing them is my specialty"

LAN Inspirations started with a vision to inspire!
Growing up I loved drawing, sketching, painting, and making gifts for others. With an eye for interior design and love for home decor, my ultimate goal is to create unique gift ideas that are personalized, individually hand crafted and passionately designed by me.

I am married with three beautiful girls, currently working in the GTA area, in Ontario. I have continued to find the time to do what I love the most and hope that my collections will inspire a connection with those who see them.



Crochet Artist



Sandy Bodnar, Artist

Maison Bird is the ultimate destination for custom bird houses. Made of balsa wood, each bird house is lovingly created by Sandy.  Sandy Bodnar resides in the picturesque hamlet of Terra Cotta in hills of Caledon, from where she takes her inspiration.  Sandy has been an artist for the last 30 years working on custom home accessories.  Maison Bird is her latest creation, featuring one of a kind decorated bird houses as home decor. 



In 2018 while searching for a clothing ladder online I came across several videos on
how to make your own. I decided to give it a shot even though I’d never picked up a
power tool before. I was so excited with the results and the sense of
accomplishment I felt that I decided to continue small woodworking projects in my
garage. I became excited at the wide range of items I was creating and new skills I
was building which sparked a passion for the craft. As my knowledge and
experience have increased, I’ve begun offering handcrafted trays, porch and interior
signs, and hand painted pillow designs. My hopes are that others enjoy these
creations as much as I enjoy making them. Personalized items are also available
upon request.
Thank You for Supporting Mand Made Designs



Jewellery Designer

With a specialty in handmade glass, crystal and natural materials, Mary's jewellery is both artistic and timeless.



Repurposing using items usually considered to be junk, garbage, or obsolete.

Sewing and creating is something I have done as long as I can remember. I got my first sewing machine when I was 14 and have been busy ever since. I remember my introduction to fur...though at the time it was just faux fur. Someone showed me a jointed bear and I wanted one too. Instead of sewing one for me, she introduced me to the craft of bear making.
I started to work with real coats. I love the process of taking someone’s fur coat and creating something new. Fur coats hold memories for many people and the process of recreating them into heirloom bears has brought me great pleasure.
I am also a seamstress and love to create garments using fur, felted wool or plain old fabric.



Visual Artist

Hello! I am an emerging visual artist based in Mississauga, Ontario.
My background in floristry (Canadian Institute of Floral Design, Toronto Flower School) and visual merchandising (Sheridan College), has immersed me in colour theory and design in both my education and career. In order to expand my artistic skills, I am now studying Visual and Creative Arts at Sheridan College.
Please feel free to contact me at any time!



Potter - Credit Valley Artisans

Margaret retired from a 45 year career as a Registered Nurse in 2017 and has been an active in participating in crafts, hobbies & volunteer programs. These included 5 years of stained class learning followed by 10 plus years of Folk Art. An interest in learning and creating crafts eventually led to Credit Valley Artisans where she plunged into Pottery a little over 3 ½ years ago. She has thoroughly enjoyed the challenge & fulfillment pottery presents. Margaret is the current President of Credit Valley Artisans. For the past 3 years Margaret has participated in the Norval “Not So Empty Bowls” soup bowl fundraiser, as well as the CVA Table at the Georgetown Farmers Market. She attended the Shawl Workshop with the Weavers Guild and assists with pottery classes. In addition to crafts and hobbies Margaret was a volunteer Usher at the Rose Theatre in Brampton for 4 years and a member of the Peel Memorial Dragon Boat Racing Team for 2 years.



Handmade Clay Beaded Lanyards and Keychains



Creator /Maker

Painter, collector of vintage furniture and all around makers, Sharon brings her artistic talent to the collective.



Wine Jelly

Stoneaway Farm Preserves specializes in wine jelly that will delight your palate. Our award-winning jam maker prepares each jar using a variety of fruit wines, including cranberry, blueberry, apple and peach. Prepared in small batches, the delicious condiment makes the perfect addition to any cheese board.

What’s wine jelly made of?

Each jar of wine jelly includes just three ingredients – fruit wine, sugar and pectin.

What’s the alcohol content of wine jelly?

There is just a trace amount of alcohol in the jelly. Almost all of the alcohol content is removed in the cooking process.



by Janice

Placed in the correct window, it is intriguing to watch how the sunshine filters through the crystals and casts dancing lights across the room.



Stained Glass

For over 35 years, Susan has been creating glass art to include window panes, wall panels, vases, lamps and countless other items. Susan is also a member of the Stained Glass Artisans Guild and the Credit Valley Artisans where she teaches her techniques and hopes to pass on her passionate love of glass to all her students.



Unique Signs

Alex's days are filled providing direct care to the elderly in a wide variety of settings as a personal support worker. Wood and paint have always been Alex's passion and provide her with the creativity to escape the day to day routines.



Author Carolina Cutruzzola

Carolina Cutruzzola is a devoted wife and mother of 3 amazing young children. Inspired by her two little Princesses, Alissia and Marina, (a.k.a. the Butterfly Princesses) Carolina decided to pursue her dream of being a children's book author, after working as a dental hygienist for nearly two decades.  Her passion for creative writing began as a child and has continued into her adult life. She has created the series “The Adventures of Posh Princess” with the intention to spark the imagination of young readers and inspire them to explore their adventurous side.  This series was also created to teach important life lessons, such as accepting others, conquering fears and self acceptance, to name a few.



Handmade Cards, Bookmarks & Gift Tags

Since 2016, I have strived to provide unique, personalized greeting cards and bookmarks that are adjustable, affordable and adorable. By buying one of my cards, not only are you supporting a small business and a crafter, but you are also supporting Seniors With Skills . Ten cents from every card and bookmark that I sell will be going towards their operational costs. Running a non-profit takes a lot of resources and I want to help my community in any way that I can- especially one that helps seniors use their skills for the greater good.

Help me spread positivity and empowering small businesses by buying a card on my website today.



Paul Griffin - Craftsman

Paul is a craftsman of handmade solid wood cutting boards, live edge & end grain serving platters, charcuterie boards, candle holders and wine accessories.


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