oh, the houses we’ve seen

While we love our current little house, we have been looking for the right home for our (larger than we were originally expecting!) family for years.  These photos were taken at a house we visited this week.  There was quite a bit to see:  from fabulous wallpaper and a phone booth under the back stairs, to a smoke house, and bamboo gone wild.

I’ll keep you posted.

p.s.  there will be another giveaway this weekend!

February Sponsor News

I would like to extend a warm welcome to my newest sponsors:


little woodlanders

Little Woodlanders is run by Rachel, a woodworker and homeschooling mom to two little girls. In her shop you will find 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!


mosey handmade

Mosey Handmade specializes in Waldorf inspired Birthday crowns and Birthday party favors.  We try to always keep in mind the children who will be holding or wearing our creations and we hope they receive as much magic from each object as we put in to making them!


sheila zachariae

Creative design by Sheila ::  Find knitting and crochet patterns for the beginner and beyond as well as hand made, one of a kind, knitwear for children and adults! I am committed to quality fabric and fiber. Attention to detail, craftsmanship and customer satisfaction will always be part of that philosophy.


wild plums

I’m Amanda, a work at home, homeschooling mama to 2 amazing little ones in central Oregon. In my shop, Wild Plums,  you’ll find handspun yarn, hand dyed spinning/felting fiber, fiber from my German Angora bunnies, handmade wooden buttons, and various other fiber art endeavors! If you’d like to learn more about our life, please visit our blog.


waldorf dolls
Made in the Waldorf tradition little jenny wren dolls celebrate the spirit and innocence of childhood. My dolls begin as an idea, a smile , a piece of cotton fabric and a large handful of soft creamy coloured wool fleece. It is a pleasure for me to work with the natural fibres and craft something that comes from what nature has provided.  You can join me in little jenny wren’s playroom to keep up to date with what is happening in my studio as well as dolly previews and give aways. New dolls are put in my etsy shop each weekend.

 

If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact me! I truly appreciate the support of both my sponsors and readers! Thank you!