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David Crighton Art’s Second Annual Christmas Sale!

by Pam Johnston October 12, 2018

David Crighton Art's Second Annual Christmas Sale

Need a good gift idea this holiday season? Don’t miss our Second Annual Christmas Sale!

The Second Annual Christmas Inventory Sale will take place on November 3rd at Project Spaces located at 73 Bathurst Street, 4th Floor from 10 am to 6 pm. The event will feature a galore of inventory in David Crighton’s whimsical style ranging from brand new to banged up...and it’s all on sale! We’ve got lots of giclee and canvas framed wall art, Christmas cards, posters, fridge magnets, 2019 calendars, and the super popular puzzles. We also have a limited inventory of coffee mugs, tote bags, pillows, lap covers and phone cases so make sure you come early to purchase those items! (But don’t worry, if we’ve sold out of an item you can it at the show with free shipping and it’ll be delivered within 4-10 days).

Register for the event and get a free 2019 Toronto Attractions Calendar when you come to the event!



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