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One last reminder… Wee Folk Art Market Place will be closing tomorrow, and we are not sure when it will reopen online. If you want to place an order, make sure you do it today πŸ™‚ Tomorrow we will be getting back to business as usual. Have a wonderful Sunday!Read More →

Wee Folk Art Market Place is now open and will remain open until Monday, August 20. Many supplies are limited so make sure to shop early. REMINDER: We are not accepting international orders at this time. We are so sorry that we cannot accommodate everyone.Read More →

  Wee Folk Art Market   Place will open tomorrow morning,  Monday, August 6, at 7:00 a.m. EDT for 2  weeks only. Stop by and see us πŸ™‚   REMINDER: We are not accepting international orders at this time. We are so sorry that we cannot accommodate everyone.Read More →

Just a reminder that Wee Folk Art Market Place will be open for TWO WEEKS only, beginning August 6 and closing August 20. This will probably be the only time we have the shop open online before Christmas. If there are kits and supplies you would like, make sure toRead More →

When people ask me what is the one piece of crafting equipment I couldn’t do without, I tell them their are 2 things. The first is a very sharp… razor sharp… pair of scissors. That’s pretty straight forward. The second item is a little more unconventional πŸ™‚ Everyone can understandRead More →

As we start looking towards Autumn (I know… how can we do that when it is so summery outside?) we wanted to share a few of our plans with you. (Subject to change, of course, for no good reason πŸ™‚ First let me say we received so many kind and loving emailsRead More →

We have received so many lovely emails asking us if and when we plan to reopen the Wee Folk Art Market Place. We are not sure of our long range plans, but for all of you that didn’t get a chance to order from us, and were hoping to use our kits and materialsRead More →

If we seemed to have been rather elusive this week, its because we’ve been hard at work creating our Spring Gnomes for Wee Hands. Look for the tutorial in the next day or two.I always feel like I’m bragging, but I love the colors and designs on these little… I mean BIG guys! They were also very cooperative for theRead More →

Due to many requests, Wee Folk Art Market Place in now open all day, everyday. That way, you can place orders whenever you like. To keep our lives from spinning out of control, we will only ship twice a week.  We are now accepting international orders. For everyone outside of the US, please make sure to read about our SHIPPING POLICY before you place an order.Read More →

Do you have any idea how much fun it is collecting things for the shop? It’s AWESOME! As we are putting together the shop and making it our own, we think about the things we like and use, and those things we think our readers will like, which not amazingly, is very similar πŸ™‚ Having said that… Michelle andRead More →

First off we want to thank everyone for their suggestions for additional kits for Wee Folk Art Market Place. We have lots of ideas, and as time permits, we will try to put together many of the suggestions. We truly understand so many people’s interest in rough cut wood trees. If you don’t have the right kind of saw or if electric saws scareRead More →

YESTERDAY’S OPENING WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!!   Just wanted to take a very quick moment to thank everyone that shopped with us yesterday. We were blown away by your response. And although we exceeded our order max, things went so smoothly, we were able to keep the shop open all day, restocking the shop when needed, and we onlyRead More →

  Wee Folk Art Market Place is open from 7:00 a.m. Mondays to 7:00 a.m. EST Tuesdays. For the first few weeks, while we get all the bugs out of the system, the shop may close early if we reach the maximum number of orders we will accept.   EDIT: This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to everyone thatRead More →

Please, take the time to read through our Nitty Gritty about the shop. For all shop related questions please contact us at shop@weefolkart.com. After all the Market Place info, read about our GIVEAWAY πŸ™‚ It is hard to believe, but after years of thinking about it, months of planning for it, and weeks of preparing for it, our little shop, or the Wee Folk Art Market Place,Read More →

There is a pure joy in running free and dancing, especially with a rainbow of ribbons streaming behind you! Make one or two for all the wee hands in your life. Whether children are dancing to their favorite songs or simply to the music of nature, Fairy Ribbon Rings will make the experience magical!   To make your own you will need: Materials: (1) 3″ wooden ring  (6) ribbons 1/4″ wide x 48″ long   fine grade sandpaperRead More →

  With the opening of the shop just 1 week away it’s hard to think of anything else! We still have some project packets to share, but we also wanted to highlight some of our non kit items. Today, I’ll share some of our “fiberish” offerings. WOOL FELT ROLLS Over the next week, as we share more kits with you, you’ll notice that all of them use the same colorRead More →

    These colorful eggs and cups are wonderful and safe for the smallest hands. Wee ones will enjoy placing the eggs in the cups encouraging agility, dexterity and small muscle development. As babies turn into toddlers they will begin matching the colors. The eggs and cups can then be used for color recognition, counting and sorting. A wonderful early toy and beautiful addition to anyRead More →

Memory games of all types have long been a favorite of children. This version has children matching acorns of the same color. Besides enhancing memory skills, color recognition, counting and sorting abilities, it also encourages agility and dexterity in wee hands. And, because they are beautiful, they add to the warmth and charm to any room! To make your own you will need:Read More →

The Camden Rose Knitting Tower is available from Amazon. When I was a little girl, my father made a “knitting spool” for me using a wooden spool from thread (they were all made out of wood back in the old’n days πŸ™‚ and small finishing nails. I remember waiting for the first piece of tubing to make it’s way out of spool. It was likeRead More →

Who can turn flowers into fairies, a dog into a dragon, and a pesky sibling into a troll? Children, of course! With just a flick of their wrist and the help of a magic wand, ANYTHING is possible and probable πŸ™‚ And, if the wand is a beautiful flower, allRead More →