June 2010

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I have some bad news to share… Last evening I was working on Part Two of Noisy Nora. I was sitting at the computer, banging away at the keyboard, my two Yorkies were curled up on my crafting table, and the two pups… soon to be 5 months old, were runningRead More →

“Jack had dinner early, Father played with Kate, Jack needed burping, So Nora had to wait. First she banged the window, Then she slammed the door, Then she dropped her sister’s marbles on the kitchen floor. “Quiet!” said her father. “Hush!” said her mum. “Nora!” said her sister, “Why areRead More →

SPREAD THE WORD… PLEASE SHARE THIS POST WITH YOUR FRIENDS. At Wee Folk Art we strive to create designs that are natural, beautiful and safe for children to play with. But if we had to pick one of those attributes, hands down, it would be safety first! Have you everRead More →

Well, it seems we have experienced our first substantial mishap at the hands of, I mean the paws of our puppies. At approximately 9:30 p.m. last evening, this poor, unsuspecting gnome fell victim to an overzealous romp, instigated, I am sure, by pack leader Sheldon, although Leonard was also discovered at the scene of theRead More →

Yesterday I went to Wee Folk Art’s Applique Blocks to get a pattern for a butterfly. What? I never designed a butterfly? That’s crazy! I thought for sure I had. I know I designed a butterfly for another project, but with butterfly season upon us, I decided I needed toRead More →

You’ve just made of quart of lemonade, and you are headed outside to garden. It’s hot, and those first few drinks of lemonade are so refreshing. But because of the heat, before long, the ice is melted, and your ice cold lemonade is now a tepid liquid. What you need isRead More →