February 2015

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. Comments are now closed. Congratulations Kora Moore! Please email me within three days to claim your prize. Coupon: Use the code WEEFOLK to save 10% (excludes wool felt) through 3/7/2015   I would love Waldorf doll Submitted by Kora Moore (not verified) on Sun, 03/01/2015 – 00:03 I would love WaldorfRead More →

This is Part 2 of the Clay Bird Totem. You can find Part 1 :: Sculpting the Birds HERE. As I mentioned in Part 1, the hardest part of making these birds is to patiently wait for them to dry complete. Okay, I’m not saying you have to be patient,Read More →

What is it about an ice cream cone that makes us feel like we are 8 years old? Few things conjure up such feelings of mirth as licking your favorite flavor on a summer’s day. Oh, and the delight of getting every last drip as it meanders down the cone.Read More →

A while ago I had seen this sculpture online. You can see the original HERE.  I wasn’t able to buy it, so I wondered if it was something I could make myself. I haven’t used clay since I was in school which was about… hmmm… well, suffice to say itRead More →

Whether you are 1 or 91, when it comes to celebrating a birthday, it doesn’t seem complete without a yummy cake and a candle to blow out. So, make a wish and blow! I hope all your birthday wishes come true! This Birthday Cake coloring page is based on ourRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Teresa Thompson. Email me within three days to claim your prize.   I love their art supplies. Submitted by Teresa Thompson (not verified) on Mon, 02/23/2015 – 07:57 I love their art supplies. And so much more! Just in time for Easter, Bella Luna Toys is offeringRead More →

Banner Images (left to right) Elisabeth Andree, MacKenzie-Child, Yumiko Higuchi    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 Facebook page. We encourage you to share some of your favorite finds from theRead More →

Photo Source :: DROPS DESIGNS Every once and a while I share something on Facebook that people go crazy over. This combo of knit slippers from DROPS Design went viral on Facebook, I have gotten so many requests for the links that I decided to do an actual blog post soRead More →

One of the projects in our Winter Wonderland unit is to create tin can lanterns. My kids loved this project when they were little, Bug especially enjoyed hammering holes all over his can. Unfortunately we did it before I was consistently blogging. It is a project that I just don’tRead More →

In Michigan Valentine’s Day falls among some of our coldest, snowiest days of the year. So, a hot, steamy mug of cocoa, served in a sweet mug, piled high with whipped cream and sprinkles is a great way to combat the cold and to bring a little sweetness into yourRead More →

When Adam and Raewyn found out they were expecting their wee one, Raewyn asked me to make them a crib blanket, which I happily agreed to. This is the blanket I made. Hugs and Kisses Baby Quilt Of course, I didn’t stop there. After all, a babe also needs aRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Arianna! Please email me within three days to claim your prize. I have been following Oak Submitted by Arianna VK (not verified) on Sat, 02/14/2015 – 09:15 I have been following Oak Meadow on Facebook. Yearning for the educational freedom and flexibility to ​help yourRead More →

Banner Images (left to right) Katwise, Million Little Stitches,Снежана Костина, Alida Akers  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 Facebook page. We encourage you to share some of your favoriteRead More →

Last week the girls’ dance studio ran a coolest bun contest. We saw some truly crazy buns that looked like cupcakes, birds’ nests, and monster faces. Then there were some really pretty designs with fancy braids, hair twirled into flowers, and such. Every day before dance, the girls had meRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Kerri! Please contact me within three days to claim your prize. favorite wool bundle Submitted by Kerri (not verified) on Sun, 02/08/2015 – 14:58 I love the colors of Breath of Spring. Perfect for making flower fairies for our nature table.  Use the code WEEFOLKFANSRead More →

Banner Images (left to right) Source :: TM Collection, Source :: Strana Masterov, Photo Source :: Bugknits and Source :: Kate Gondwana    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 Facebook page. We encourage you to share some of yourRead More →

THE SNOWFLAKE by Kimara Wise You flit, you fly, your float around, Before you settle on the ground. Unique you are from all the rest, You take your place on nature’s breast. Although you disappear from sight, One of millions in the night. It makes me happy just to know,Read More →

Ah, Valentine’s Day. A day when we give sweets to all the sweeties in our lives. So, seems only fitting that our February Applique Blocks are a collection of sweet confections. We have a yummy cupcake, piled high with icing, and even a cherry on top. Then, a delicious iceRead More →

Here is a perfect project for a snow day. It is a simple sewing project that your kids can help make. In our Winter Wonderland unit we included basic directions for making super simple fleece mittens. It has always been my intent to do a more in depth tutorial. TodayRead More →