Tiny Feast was founded in 2013 by husband-and-wife team Drex Serduletz and Danika Bock.
We are drawn to products that enhance the everyday by encouraging communication, creativity and mindful living. We are committed to honesty, simplicity, and quality – with a healthy dose of humour; because creating, writing, entertaining and gift-giving are a pleasure, after all.
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And now... please enjoy some stationery p0rn! Cards, wrapping paper, magazines, pencil cases, fountain pens, water bottles, tea towels, note pads, notebooks, erasers... oh my...
Tiny Feast is located in the historic Exchange District in Winnipeg. The store has retained the building's beauty, with gorgeous touches such as the crown moldings and pillars throughout the room. The light fixtures add to the beauty.
There is a lot of stationery to choose from: cards, stationery sets, notepads, notebooks, a few pencil cases.. oh the joys! But the cards are great. There are letter press cards, regular cards, blank ones, comical ones, and more. Excellent selection.
Did I mention Tiny Feast carries notebooks?
ALSO FIELD NOTES. HAHAHAHA! I was hoping they would have the Field Notes rubber bands because I really fancy those. However, there's a pretty decent selection for the Field Notes fans out there (myself included).
Including the archival box.
There is a huge range of pencils and pencil grades. It's serious pencil p0rn.
This table below is exquisite eye candy. It contains Kaweco fountain pens, pencils, Caran d'Ache goodies, Kaweco cartridge inks, other pencils, Stabilo pens, and more. It's a beautiful lay out.
Everyone should have a reusable bag on them at all times, and the BAGGU bags are large and hold a heck of a lot of stuff. It's hard to argue with these colours to pick from, isn't it?
I know certain people may go crazy for washi tape. Would you believe I did not purchase any? I DIDN'T.
Yep, even Midori brass goods.
Don't even pretend this isn't gorgeous.
Lots of things for your home, too. I really fancy those Swell bottles. I want the sparkly mint green one. Le sigh. How did I resist?
So if you ever visit Winnipeg, make sure you visit Tiny Feast, and let them know you heard of them here on Gourmet Pens!