January 2015

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Comments are now closed. Congratulations Vicki, you are the lucky winner! Please contact me within three days to claim your prize. Casey’s Giveaway Submitted by vicki (not verified) on Sat, 01/31/2015 – 13:10 Big ear dog cutout #HC-DOG2 is too dang cute!  I also ‘like’ Casey’s Facebook page! Thank you forRead More →

Banner Images (left to right): FAIRY WINGS TUTORIAL :: Source: Antique Lilac, GARDEN PARTY QUILT :: Source Jane Brocket,, COAT PATTERN :: Source Cynthia Treen Studio   POST-ITS is a weekly feature on Wee Folk Art where we share some of our favorite posts from the week taken directly from our Wee Folk Art’s FacebookRead More →

Winter Trees by George Szirtes Aren’t you cold and won’t you freeze, With branches bare, you winter trees? You’ve thrown away your summer shift, Your autumn gold has come adrift. Dearie me, you winter trees, What strange behaviour, if you please! In summer you could wear much less, But comeRead More →

This is an easy and fun project to do with the kids. In our Winter Wonderland unit we encourage feeding the birds and include several different bird feeder crafts in the activities. This Frozen Fruit Ring Feeder, can add a festive flair to your bird feeder area or just addRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations VT Patty. Please contact me within three days to claim your prize. SAVE 15% off of your order through January 31, 2015 with coupon code: WEEFOLK15.   So many lovely items!  It’s Submitted by VT Patty (not verified) on Sat, 01/24/2015 – 22:41 So manyRead More →

We’ve all heard the expression “You can’t see the forest for the trees” meaning someone gets so bogged down with the details that they fail to see the big picture. I’m just the opposite, I get so immersed in the big picture that I often lose sight of the detail.Read More →

“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, Brown paper packages tied up with strings, These are a few of my favorite things.” from Favorite Things by Rodgers and Hammerstein ​ Here is our Warm Woolen Mittens Coloring Page based on our Warm WoolenRead More →

We have all heard the adage “Actions speak louder than words” and in the realm of artistic expression, nothing could be more true. If you want your children to be creative beings, model the behavior by being creative yourself. Being creative does not mean you have to have exceptional talent.Read More →

I remember a time when jeans were my go-to, super comfy, wear all the time wardrobe staple. Maybe this was because I spent my high school and college years sporting the 90s “grunge” look with loose, carpenter jeans (that were actually made out of cotton), flannel shirts, and generally comfyRead More →

“In the meadow we can build a snowman, And pretend that he is Parson Brown. He’ll say are you married, we’ll say “No man”. But you can do the job when you’re in town.” from Walking in a Winter Wonderland by Felix Bernard (music) and Richard B. Smith (lyricist)   Here is our HappyRead More →

Ever since we added our master bedroom suite onto our house last spring, it’s become a hub of activity for our grandbabies. It is right off our family room and they tend to spread toys out on the floor, relax in the whirlpool or jump on our king-sized bed. Tim andRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations GetYourGoat! please email me your contact information within 3 days to claim your prize. Giveaway Submitted by GetYourGoat (not verified) on Sat, 01/10/2015 – 13:49 Wow! I never knew such things could be created with needle felting…the detail is amazing! My favourites would have to beRead More →

Sometimes I forget that NOT everyone is on Facebook where I announced last week that grandbaby number six, our precious little Peanut, was born on New Year’s Eve. Mama had a crazy long delivery, 36 hours, and wound up delivering c-section, but Mommy, Baby and Daddy are all doing very well, andRead More →

Today we are sharing our Winter Tree Applique Block. Although it may seem rather stark and boring, I can relate to our leafless winter  trees, contently hibernating, yet at the same time preparing for their busy growing months that loom just around the corner.  Like all of our applique blocks, ourRead More →

There was no white Christmas this year. Those of us that live in the Northern United States, like Michigan, tend to feel cheated when our Christmases aren’t white. It’s what we’ve come to expect after all. It’s what “they” sing songs about, center movies around, and it is the quintessentialRead More →