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Comment are now closed. The winners are First Place Rachel Soumokil and Second Place Julie. Please email me within 3 days to claim your prize. 15% off sale from Saturday May 23 – May 27, 2015 with coupon code WEE15FOLK   ​FIRST PLACE WINNER :: $50 Gift Card :: Rachel Soumokil GiveawayRead More →

This is the second and final part of our Festival Gnome. Part 1 of our Festival Gnome can be found HERE. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO PREVENT MISUSE OF MATERIALS. IMPORTANT: Do not cut out the hat until you have added the hair. Then, cut the hat out ofRead More →

To get your Wee Folk Art Wallpaper: First pick out your favorite image. Then choose your screen size. Click on the link. When the whole images loads, right click on the image and set as desktop background. Enjoy! Rainbow Gnomes Front 800×600 1024×768 1280×1024 1600×1200 1650×1080     Rainbow GnomesRead More →

Britta and I were chatting the other day, and she said she was ready for a make-over. We had tons of fun deciding on a new style, and then we both got busy stitching away. I think she looks lovely! Next week she'll model for many more photos and I'llRead More →

<img alt=”” src=”https://weefolkart.com/wp-content/uploads/spring2014/flowerfairies-frontwm.jpg” style=”height:363px; width:545px” /><br /> <br /> <em>It&#39;s spring… that means it&#39;s time to revisit our Flower Fairies. Welcome back Flower Fairies!</em><br /> <br /> If Fairy Dust is sprinkled on a flower as the last dew of morning evaporates, something magical happens… a Flower Fairy is born!Read More →

Preschoolers will love sorting and matching colors with our Wooden Sorting Bowls and Wooden Acorns Craft. These pretty little acorns will help young children in 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! WoodenRead 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 →

When I was working on the Paperclay Leaves last week, I was absent-mindedly rolling some of the cut-away clay in my hands. Before I knew it, the blob was shaped into a peg form. Well, it took me about 3 seconds to decide to make some gnomes. What a shocker,Read More →

The other day I shared our latest gnomes… the Old World Wooden Gnomes. In the past we’ve made Peg Gnomes, Knit Gnomes, Sewn Baby Gnome Dolls, and Michelle even designed Gnome Pillow Panels that you can buy from Spoonflower to sew and stuff. So, it only seems natural that we would eventually have gotten around to making wooden gnomes 🙂 NOTE: ForRead More →

Thanks to one everyone that entered this giveaway from Enchanted World of Needle Felting. Marie's work is so soft and peaceful, that it would be a joy to own anything she makes 🙂 So, of course, we would like to thank Marie for her talents and generosity. And now… the winner is… SubmittedRead More →

EDIT: The giveaway is now closed. A winner will be selected and announced tomorrow 🙂 Everyone has heard me talk about the love of my life, Tim. (The other day when I apologized to him for creating so much work for him… with programming for WFA and all the projects he does aroundRead More →

(You knew I would have to do this tutorial sooner or later 🙂 A couple of fun things happened in the past few weeks. First, a lovely reader sent us the book Magical Window Stars (thanks Sarah!) and second, we got a stack of kite paper from Bella Luna Toys.Read More →

  We are very excited to introduce our newest sponsor, Bella Luna Toys, and specifically Sarah Baldwin; owner and Waldorf educator. In keeping with our philosophy of offering sponsorships to shops that reflect the values of Wee Folk Art, we can honestly say we would be delighted to own ANYTHINGRead More →

We are very excited to introduce our newest sponsor, Bella Luna Toys, and specifically Sarah Baldwin; owner and Waldorf educator. In keeping with our philosophy of offering sponsorships to shops that reflect the values of Wee Folk Art, we can honestly say we would be delighted to own ANYTHING SarahRead More →

Materials: 3 colors wool felt pieces – one should be green for leaves 6 strand embroidery floss People turnings (wooden pegs) – We buy our wood turnings from Casey’ Wood Adults 2 3/8″ x 7/8″ Children 1 11/16″ x 5/8″ Craft glue Pattern for Flower Fairies Pattern for Flower BudRead More →

I have completed the Small Doll Sweater and added it to our Free Patterns Section. It was custom designed to fit our 12" Waldorf style dolls (made from kits from Weir Dolls). When I get a chance I do plan to work on a larger size for bigger dolls… butRead More →