I wanted to share these great needlework pieces I recently dug out of storage. My mom made these while she was pregnant with me, and they hung in my nursery. I had them out briefly in our old house, but they have sadly been packed away for the past three years. I am so happy I remembered them though, when I decided I needed some artwork for the kid's kitchen area. Aren't they adorable?!

We would also like to take this opportunity to tell everyone about something new we are beginning next Friday. We are going to have a Show and Tell. We are inviting our registered members to share projects they have completed or are working on or fun ways they have displayed their handiwork. These do not need to be Wee Folk Art projects, but rather any that you feel our readership would be interested in viewing. We will be using Mr. Linky's Magical Widgets...more info about this next week...but this will give our members a chance to show off their talents!

We are also encouraging our readers to use Fridays to ask questions and make suggestions for projects they would like to see us design. This will be a great way for us to get to know many of you better! We'll be sharing more info next week.  
 

Comments

Love the kitchen. It looks so beautiful in your house. Also, the embroidered pictures are great. I'm sooo envious!

I love the pictures and how you have them displayed in the kiddo's kitchen. Question. Do you ever plan to do anything with the farm mat on Wee Folk? I've seen them and would like to tackle one but I'm looking for motivation! Love your site, guys!

Kelsey, we have talked about doing something with the farm mat... maybe a square a month or something but haven't formalized a plan. But we do plan to do something.

Stacy, it is so nice having blankets, toys, art work that I used as a child available for my kids. Even though you don't have that... just think of all the stuff you are making... these are the things that are worth holding onto and will get passed down.

We love our kitchen set. Santa brought it a couple years ago. I know most people leave it natural... but what can I say... I love a little color in my world.

Michelle

Wee Folk Art Publisher