Since 1975, the show has been a festive fixture in Toronto and now, in its 38th year, it's better than ever-- not to mention the largest consumer craft show in North America.
Here are some of the things you'll find at the show this year:
Gorgeous handcrafted ornaments, including matryoshkas.
Cupcakes bath soaps! They smell so good, you'll want to eat them.
Wooden bookmarks. These would make a great stocking stuffer.
Me, with my media pass.
The show is on until 2 December at Toronto's Direct Energy Centre. For more information, visit The One of a Kind Show website.
All photos by Rebecca Esther. I received a free press pass, but that does not affect my review. All opinions expressed are my own.