Share the Love!

Share the Love!

EDIT: Michelle just added a bunch of new buttons to our site and I wanted to make sure everyone saw them. Want a little Wee Folk Art on your blog? Just pick your favorite button (how to decide on one is a problem, right?) and follow her directions below, and you can take a wee bit of Wee Folk Art home with you!   Kimara

If you love Wee Folk Art and have your own blog, why not share our site with your readers? Pick one of our spiffy buttons, copy it to your computer, upload to your site and provide a direct link back to Wee Folk Art or include us in your list of favorite websites. We love getting new readers and a link back to us is the nicest way to say “Thank You” for the free patterns we provide!

NEW: Festive Theme Collection!





If you would like to add a link on your site to our Support Handmade Page you are welcome to use any of these. You do not have to have a paid banner in order to use one of our buttons. Just be sure to link the button directly to this page Enjoy.







Primary Rainbow Gnomes Collection







Toadstool Collection





If you are not sure how to set up a Button on your site here is a quick tutorial to get you the Gnome Button. All you need to do is copy the green code below and paste it in an html area on your site. Here is the basic run down on how to do this on two of the popular blog platforms.

In Blogger:
Go to Layout.
Click on add a Gadget.
Select HTML/JavaScript.
When the box opens, give it a tile (Wee Folk Art, Sites I Love, Cool Places on the Web, etc), then paste the green code found below in the main text area.
Be sure to Save your Gadget and you should now have a Wee Folk Art Button on your site.

In WordPress:
Go to Dashboard.
Click on Appearance.
Choose Widgets.
Drag a Text Box to your Side Bar.
Give the Text Box a title (Wee Folk Art, Sites I Love, Cool Places on the Web, etc), then paste the green code found below into the main text area.
Be sure to Save it and you should now have a Wee Folk Art Button on your site.

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I hope that helps!



Michelle ~ Wee Folk Art


  1. I just want to say you are so kind to offer so many free things to embroider. I have renial cancer were there is no cure. so when i am on my chemo type meds i am so sick but i can sit and do alot of hand work. i will be able to give to friends and family. they will have a part of me forever. Thank you so much. Diane

    1. You are very welcome, Diane. And we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. I just put one of your cute buttons on my site and shall be writing a post about it. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Can’t understand how to put a link in my comment, so here it is

  3. thanks for the great instruction! i had never added a button that way. i am starting to get the hang of this blogging thing!

    🙂 rae

    p.s. thanks so much for linking to me on your facebook page! wow!

  4. I love your site which I just found about an hour ago. I tried to put a button on myspace but it just came out as a link in the about me section, yet I really wanted the cute little gnome picture! LOL If you could tell me how to get the picture that would be great. :)Thanks!

    1. I’m sorry. I’ve never been to myspace and have no idea how to add a button there. Maybe one of our other readers can help you out. Does anyone have experience with myspace?

      1. I was wondering if you ever thought of changing the structure
        of your blog? Its very well written; I love what youve got
        to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of
        content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot
        of text for only having one or two pictures. Maybe you could space it out better?

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  5. I already have a button of WFA on my blog, but love the new ones so much that I think I’ll change… Super…
    Thanks again for all this time and projects you share with us.

  6. Just wanted to say I LOVE your blog! I found it thru, but then was surprised to find that you also have a family member that is gluten intolerant. My Husband has celiac sprue, so I know the pain! I added your button to my blog – And in response to your recipe request, we love the GF cookie, cake and brownie mixes from Betty Crocker, and also the GF Bisquick, Pamela’s Pancake and Baking Mix, and Chebe Bread Mixes. We have also found that Tom Sawyer’s GF flour blend is delicious, and not as gritty as a lot of the others we have tried. I believe their website is at

    Thanks for a great blog!!

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