Angie Reinhold has been a crafty person for as long as she can remember. She is especially passionate about baking and decorating and has always enjoyed baking for friends and family. What she really dreamed of doing, though, was having her own business with a retail shop and to offer custom baking. She talked about the idea for a long time until her husband finally suggested they take the workshop on their property and convert it into a shop space so Angie could pursue her dream. She officially opened for business in 2014 and is thrilled to finally be doing what she has always longed to do. Besides crafting and baking, Angie also has a passion for promoting other local and home-based artists. Everything in her shop has been created by local artisans, a fact that she is proud of. According to Angie, there is no shortage of talented people in Quesnel and the things that they have created are truly exceptional. She has learned very quickly that Quesnel is also full of consumers who are committed to helping their local economy thrive. She has seen a growing awareness with residents of the many benefits to shopping locally and she is grateful to be able to play a small role in that effort. Tiny Treats gives treasure hunters and lovers of all things crafty a whole new way to shop. Inside the charming shop guests will find a trove of locally hand-made arts and crafts including woodworking, cards, aprons, doll clothes, wall signs, chore charts, soaps, housewares, linens and home decor items, bags, clothing, photography, metalwork, baby items, chocolates and much more. Each and every item is made in the Quesnel region by talented artists who are dedicated to their craft and their community. Tiny Treats also offers regular children’s craft and cooking classes which includes a completed project to take home and show off.