Making It Easy To Add A Splash Of Art, And Colour Into Your Life

par Michelle Foster   |   6 août 2021   |   Partager :  

Bit’s Bauble Shop is a remarkable brand that was founded by Ashley Elizabeth in November of 2020. This Niagara-based small business is making a big impact by creating bespoke gifts and accessories that are designed and crafted from recycled, repurposed and locally sourced materials whenever possible.

It all began when Ashley gifted a few of her closest friends and family a few one-of-a-kind pieces and received positive feedback. With an abundance of hobbies and interest and a little feedback from her friends Ashley began selling her artwork in order keep her busy though the COVID-19 pandemic. Fast forward six months, two lockdowns and countless setbacks – Ashley’s website has officially launched!

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Bit’s Bauble Shop prides themselves on three core values. Handcrafted, Bespoke and Unexpected. Each piece is thoughtfully made by Ashley, a crafty Canadian cat lover and packaged with a whole lot of care and love. All products in their shop are conceptualized, designed, crafted, photographed, and packaged by the Canadian crafter working toward an eco-friendlier existence in the world.

Ontario's lockdown has complicated things immensely for small businesses and Ashley found herself impacted by the lack of in-person markets. However, once she joined the ShopHERE Powered By Google Program, her journey started to change and with her input and branding vision in mind Ashley was able to get her online shop up and running. 

The ShopHERE Program was an enjoyable experience for Ashley with her eCommerce Coordinator Lindsay making every step of the process as easy as possible. “It could have easily become overwhelming but she showed me how to create and modify products, collections, and the many intricate details that go into the visuals and theme.” Lindsay diligently reviewed her site and offered her eCommerce expertise to improve the website and provide tips on product photography and copywriting. 

“My coordinator Lindsay was knowledgeable and professional when it came to setting everything up and answering my questions. She boosted my confidence and showed me that I could achieve exactly what I wanted!”

Ashley recommends others to sign up for the ShopHERE Program because “the program is incredibly helpful for small businesses during the pandemic as it offers lots of support and assistance while still allowing you to maintain full control of your branding and your business.” Since getting her online store launched she’s been able to grow her network and social platform, and she’s become more confident with speaking about her own business and her brand.

Digital Main Street ShopHERE Program powered by Google Graduate

“Even if it seems like growth is moving slowly, don't give up!! You have to start somewhere, and your only competition is yourself. No one else's stats/growth matter.”

Checkout Bit’s Bauble Shop, and shop their wide selection of products, from embroidered art, to paint poured items to resin made art. While searching the website you will be sure to find a perfect way to add a splash of art and colour to your wardrobe or your home! If you are a small business or know someone who could benefit from participating in the program, check us out HERE. To learn more about Digital Main Street and how it is helping local businesses survive the pandemic, click HERE.

About Digital Main Street

Digital Main Street a été créé par la Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA), avec la contribution directe de la Ville de Toronto. DMS est aussi appuyé par plusieurs partenaires d'affaires stratégiques comme Google, Mastercard, Shopify, Microsoft, Facebook, Intuit QuickBooks, Square, Pages Jaunes et Lightspeed.

A $42.5-million investment from FedDev Ontario brought together the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas, Communitech, Invest Ottawa and the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association to expand the Digital Main Street Platform in order to support more businesses going digital as a response to the impacts of COVID-19 in Southern Ontario.

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