December 2010

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Wishing everyone a wonderful 2011 full of love, peace and a generous helping of crafty goodness! See everyone back here next week! Fondly,   Kimara and MichelleRead More →

Luckily for us our holiday visitors came early. We picked up our son Adam at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning and Drew, Meghan and the Little Lady, joined us at noon on Wednesday. Needless to say, any of our last minute crafting went out the window! As a family we didRead More →

In my kids’ minds, you don’t get to claim a new age on your birthday until you blow out the candles on your cake. Apparently, it is the actual act of blowing out the candles that makes your birthday official. Bug would not let Fairy call herself six years oldRead More →

WOW! Judging by how many people entered this give away, it’s easy to see that you share our love of Living Crafts Magazine. It is obvious the moment you pick up a copy and start leafing through the pages, that you are a part of something special. Not only does the magazine shareRead More →

Any child that can hold a pair of scissors can help with this project. Even younger children can help with the gluing. The end result is lovely and would make a special gift for grandmas and grandpas! Materials and Supplies: red, pink and green construction paper used cardboard from boxesRead More →

The Give Away is now closed to new entries. The winner will be announced tomorrow, Tuesday, December 21 šŸ™‚ For subscription info for Living Crafts click HERE! Okay… are you ready for the bestest give away ever? Well, the totally awesome folks at Living Crafts Magazine, the lovely editor Pardis AmirshahiRead More →

Here’s another coloring page for the wee ones. Print out ourĀ Log Cabin Coloring PageĀ on regular or water color paper. Instructions for water coloring can be find HERE. TheĀ Log CabinĀ Coloring Page can be found HERE. Enjoy! BTW… Remember to stop by tomorrow to hear about an exciting give away we knowRead More →

Whether you live in an apartment, condo, or house, the place we call “home” is often an alias for “family”. Our home is where we gather with our family at the end of the day. Our home is where we keep the things that are most important to us. AndRead More →

This week’s project was building a gingerbread house. My kids were very excited to get started on this one. We braved the bitter cold and went out to buy a gingerbread form kit (ie the cookie cutters shaped to make perfect sides), but inadvertently I ended up with a pre-bakedRead More →

Every family has their favorite traditional foods they make for Christmas. In Michelle’s house, Christmas breakfast always includes a birthday cake for Baby Jesus. Although pancake men are not a part of our holiday celebration, the children enjoyed them just the same šŸ™‚ In the book Christmas in the BigRead More →

  EDIT: This give away is now closed. Thanks to everyone that entered. We will announce the winner shortly. Good luck to all! This is a spur of the moment give away!!! The other day we told you about our Gnome Love design on Cafe Press. Originally, it wasn’t ourRead More →

Print out our Poinsettia Coloring Page on regularĀ or water color paper. Instructions for water coloring can be find HERE. The Poinsettia Coloring Page can be found HERE. Enjoy!   Check out our complete collection of FREE Coloring pages HERE.   https://www.weefolkart.com Copyright Ā© Wee Folk Art 2008 – 2010. AllRead More →

In the book, The Legend of the Poinsettia, by Tomie dePaola… “At home Lucida helped Mama clean their casita-their little house-and pat out the tortillas for their meals.” We did not make our own tortillas, but we used flour tortillas to make “Mock Sopapillas”. Easy and yummy, I can almostRead More →

My mom made a request, actually it was more of a passing comment… she wanted a Wee Folk Art tote bag to carry around some of her crafty supplies. So I went off and designed a logo to have printed on a tote bag for her. Before ordering the bagRead More →

I realize that I shared a Poinsettia Applique Block a few weeks ago. Basically, for that block I simply took the poinsettia I made for the Christmas Poinsettia Garland and “flattened” it. I think I would have preferred the applique block better if I had 2 more contrasting felts, but IRead More →

I was hoping to get a pattern up before the holidays for the sweet pea sleepers I made for the girl’s dolls. Unfortunately, it seems that all 12″ knit dolls are not the same. Every time I make a sleeper, I have to make them different because the sizes and shapes ofRead More →

It is finally here… our Winter 2010/2011copy of Living Crafts magazine! We have been eagerly awaiting this issue… as some of you may have already noticed… we have a featured project in this issue. We crafted a play-along set to go with the book The Mitten. We designed a feltRead More →

For a long time now I’ve been meaning to turn some of our applique blocks into coloring pages. Well, today when Michelle and the wee ones were over, Pixie was looking for something “crafty” to do, as Pixie often does, and I thought this week’s Primitive Angel Block would beRead More →