jtk designs

Welcome... 

Capturing the essence of  infancy one tiny bundle at a time... 


 I am the exclusive designer of shabby chic clothing, home décor items. Jtk designs is proud to offer an exceptionally fresh look into the fashion and home décor  world with our luxurious and timeless heirloom quality pieces. We have done this by combining enriching delicate traditional classics with a modern, fun and whimsical touch. Jtk designs specializes in handmade baby clothing, repurposed baby things as well as a variety of gift ideas and home décor. Our alluring and unique collections feature one of a kind designs and embellishments. There are no two exactly the same, so if you have fallen in love with one of my designs please do not hesitate to ask, as most are not duplicated.  All items are designed and handcrafted for perfection with the finest cotton fibers and materials. Our clothing line is hand crafted with the highest quality fabrics and yarns. Each product in our online boutique is a piece of art created with a characteristically genuine style that blends authentic original patterns with a vintage/shabby chic flair..We are confident that our exclusive collection of stylish and unique children's clothing, embracing a harmony of artistic elements from years gone by, will bring a distinguished element to your little one's wardrobe.We invite you to review our new collections on the what's new page or the boutique clothing pages and experience the beauty and quality of our exquisite product line available for your precious baby this season.


If you have an idea that you just cant seem to find that special oufit we can work with you to create it. Feel free to email me with any designs or ideas that you might have.

I accept private orders, but not custom instructions.


 As an artist, I need freedom to make one of a kind items that promote creativity





Each item I sell is in support of Metal health. 100% of all proceeds go towards supporting mental health issues and research in Canada.

I will make these donations to help people get help while waiting for ohip to kick in ... I am on a mission

​in memory of Daniel Levair

Daniel lost his battle with depression and took his own life on Saturday, March 26, 2016 at the age of 24.


​My story


I know first hand how people with mental health issues suffer. I see it on a daily basis at work and at home. My son suffers from Mental Health issues and has been struggling to get help for some time now. Unless your rich and can afford to pay for this help out of pocket the waiting list is extremely long. Since having to deal with his mental health issues and spending a lot of time seeking out help and support I realized that there are a lot of other people that suffer the same financial set back. We finally got some of the help he needed from CAMH. As a family this is extremely devastating and draining, especially as a mom that only wants her child to be well. We can help fix a cold or even a broken bone, but fixing your child's mind is another story. Until you see your child suffering with just breathing and not wanting to be a part of this world any longer you will have a difficult time understanding this devastation and the strain  it puts on a family. There is not a day that goes by that I do not worry about my children, wondering if they are ok, if they will be alive when I get home. I am determined to make a difference in Mental health and help as many people as I can. 


 How ?


There needs to be as much nurturing of our mental health as there is for a heart attack, or cancer.  We need to let people know it’s okay to get help. We need to let them know they are not crazy. We need to show them that there are resources and caring support available to help them along. That’s why CMHA, Ontario is so important — because they do all of these things, and are currently helping my own son with is difficulties.  I know they are helping to remove the barrier that many people feel about getting help — so there is hope and a chance for recovery.


Overall, when people get physically sick, they visit their physician. They even visit their physician when they’re not ill, for an annual check-up.

So it’s unfortunate that people don’t seek help when they are feeling unwell, emotionally. There needs to be as much nurturing of our mental health as there is for a heart attack, or cancer. I don’t understand why people aren’t utilizing resources in the community to help with a problem or an emotional issue. We need to let people know it’s okay to get help. We need to let them know they are not crazy. We need to show them that there are resources and caring support available to help them along.


so there is hope and a chance for recovery.


So thank you to the people at CMHA, Ontario. You are truly making a difference in people’s lives and on behalf of jtk designs, I am proud to be part of such an essential and important cause.

Rene Egerszegi



if you wish to donate to mental health please click the link below