March 2016

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So we finally did it. This year we made our own natural Easter egg dyes using a variety of food items. The results were fine if I were doing the eggs myself, but my kids eventually requested the old tablets to get some of the deeper colors. They also likeRead More →

After eight years of blogging, we have such a large archive of posts and pages that we know it can sometimes be tricky to find exactly what you need. In order to make it easier for our Homeschool Companion fans to find our homeschool units, we have set up aRead More →

Today we are going to learn how to make these traditional tied friendship bracelets. Food Allergy Awareness Friendship Bracelet Project Making these Friendship Bracelets was actually a homework assignment for Fairy. It didn’t dawn on me that I should blog about it until after we had completed several of theseRead More →

Along the eastern seaboard, just south of a sleepy little human fishing village, there lives a colony of gnomes. Their wee cove was protected from threatening storms and overly inquisitive humans hundreds of years ago by several very powerful sea fairies. Here, in Hidden Cove, not much changes from centuryRead More →

Feather crafts from around the web. There is surely something here to inspire everyone! Today we are sharing an assortment of feather crafts. Interestingly, only 4 of these feather crafts actually use real feathers! In this showcase you will find feathers made of paper, felt, embroidery thread, polymer clay andRead More →

Introducing the Little Red Riding Hood Embroidery Pattern The latest pattern in our collection of Fairy Tale needlework designs is our Little Red Riding Hood embroidery pattern. This embroidery pattern collection features stylized, pixie style dolls set in our favorite fairy tale stories. More patterns from this Fairy Tale Embroidery seriesRead More →

Here at Wee Folk Art we are embarking on a new project. And it is BIG… actually it is quite WEE… but HUGE at the same time. Here is a sneak peek. We are so excited to share everything with you, but it does take time. If we are notRead More →

I have been fascinated with the Russian Rag Dolls for a long time now. I have been collecting information about them, pouring over You Tube videos and websites that give basic instructions for making the dolls. Like any other craft, you begin to see a great diversification. I am especiallyRead More →

First up in our new collection of Fairy Tale needlework designs is our Princess and the Pea embroidery pattern. This embroidery pattern collection features stylized, pixie style dolls set in our favorite fairy tale stories. In the Princess and the Pea embroidery pattern, our princess sleeps atop a pile ofRead More →