Kiriki Press grew from one lovingly made gift.
Printmaker Michelle Galletta wanted to make her niece an embroidered doll, but couldn't find a pattern anywhere. Over the next few years, Michelle used her existing skills (and a whole bunch of new ones!) to build Kiriki Press—which launched in 2012. Her kits are screen printed by hand and assembled in Toronto, using water-based inks and eco-friendly stuffing. That means these nature-inspired gifts are still made with the same love and care.