Please support our April Magic Sponsors for Mother’s Day:
The Yarn Kitchen – Stella’s shop is packed full of such lovely goodies for the home. She knits and crochets, felts and sews and, in her own words, creates a rainbow with fiber. There are so many new and wonderful treasures to usher in the Spring. Be sure to like The Yarn Kitchen’s Facebook Page to keep abreast of sales and awesome giveaways.
Becky Kelly and her BEAUTIFUL art. Becky creates a world seemingly suspended in time: a world where children dangle their toes in clear running streams; best friends giggle and daydream in the comfortable crook of an ancient tree; and ethereal fairies doze on dew-dappled leaves. But Becky is quick to point out that what she paints is not fantasy. The scenes she paints are based on the real world, with just a sprinkling of stardust to add a bit of magic. And, Becky is having a SPRING SALE – 15% Off!
Little Woodlanders is run by Rachel, a woodworker and homeschooling mom to two little girls. In her shop you will find beautiful handmade, wooden open-ended toys, knitting forks, babywearing figures and more! Like her facebook page and follow her blog to find out about sales and new products, and to see what’s going on behind the scenes!
NEST is such beautiful toy shop filled with stunning natural and Waldorf inspired toys. Modeled after the toy shoppes of Germany, at Nest one can find eco-friendly sustainably sourced heirloom wooden toys & beautiful and practical things for the home. They believe that living sustainably need not be a sacrifice. Fine woolens from Ruskovilla of Finland, beautifully handcrafted figures from Ostheimer of Germany, shaker boxes from Brent Rourke of Nova Scotia. Waldorf-inspired play and Waldorf toys & crafts for young and old.
Stubby Pencil Studio : Offering eco-friendly art materials and school supplies like crayons made from soy – not petroleum; stationery, greeting cards, sketchbooks and journals made from 100% post consumer recycled paper – not virgin trees; pencils made from sustainably harvested wood and recycled newspapers – not dying forests.
Waldorf Essentials :: Waldorf homeschooling from the inside out. Waldorf inspired mentoring and homeschooling essentials. Here is their mission statement, “Our mission is simple: to provide the best products and service to our customers at the lowest prices possible. We take great pride in our company, our commitment to customer service and in the products we sell. Our online store is designed to provide you with a safe and secure environment to browse our product catalog.”
Melisa recently shared her life and work in such an interesting interview here on The Magic Onions… here’s a link to the article.
A Child’s Dream Come True : Debbie offers natural crafts, toys and more to nurture the child’s sense of life and imagination. In fact, the nurturing of imagination doesn’t stop with children… it was a result of the BEAUTIFUL wool and fiber I found at A Child’s Dream Come True that I first fell in love with needle felting. Looking through their gorgeously colored wool, I’m like a kid in a candy shop! I have found quite a few of my favorite felting books at A Child’s Dream too…
If you are thinking of becoming a Magic Sponsor, we still have a few spots available. Check out my Sponsorship Page for more details.
Blessings and magic,