November Sponsors

A warm welcome to my New November Sponsors:

The Sitting Tree:

We are Liz and Mike, a pair of soon to be off grid homesteaders, living in the northwoods of Wisconsin with a trio of wildly creative and beautiful unschooled boys, an English Setter called Bailey, and a reclusive black cat who wandered into the house a few years ago and never left.

In the shop you’ll find an ever changing variety of natural, sustainable products including our homemade soaps, tree branch buttons and ornaments, upcycled clothing, knitting patterns and hand dyed yarns.

If you’d like to join us for stories about creating, homeschooling, and our journey to homesteading, meet us under the old oak tree at The Sitting Tree.

 

My Bit of Earth:

Meryl from My Bit of Earth writes about chickens, babies, knitting, gardening, food, photography, and whatever else tickles her fancy on any given day.

Hinterland Mama:

A sweet etsy store stocking unique gifts, wearables & playthings. These are made using natural, local and upcycled materials – primarily from wool felt and timber.
Hinterland Mama’s creations are inspired by her children, Hinterland & Coastal surroundings and also by the beauty & warmth within Waldorf / Steiner education.

The Little Gnomes Home:

The little gnomes home is a blog about living a conscious, natural and simple life. Natalie is passionate about all things handmade, real food, beautiful photography, Steiner education and sustainable and organic living. The little gnomes home is a place to visit for some creative inspiration, thought provoking ideas on nutrition and natural living and insights into daily life as a mother of two children.

A Little Handmade:

A Little Handmade was inspired by many things. Primarily, though, it has been inspired by my two lovely children. My husband is a stay-at-home-dad. After working all day, I would want to spend some quality time with my family doing a fun, relaxing activity, such as making a craft. Most nights, though, much of our time was spent gathering the things we would need to make something fun and worthwhile or trying to come up with something we’d all like to do. Through the suggestion of a friend, and a shining moment of epiphany, I thought how lovely it would be to have quality craft kits already put together for me and my family to enjoy! There were plenty of other kits out there, but they all had plastic parts and created items that would end up in the trash sometimes within the hour. I wanted something better, made with sustainability and the type of lifestyle we lead in mind. I wanted something that would resonate with the Waldorf-style home life we enjoy. A Little Handmade was born! I provide a monthly craft kit subscription, “themed” kit collections, and crafts and projects I’ve made in the process through my Etsy shop. I use natural materials, local materials, and organic when possible. I avoid plastic, polyfibers, and items that cannot be recycled. I hope you’ll stop by and take a peek!

And a huge Thank You to these sponsors for their continued support:

Super Skivvies

Steph is the owner of this lovely business. She designs and makes the most wonderful cloth training pants for little ones.

GermanDolls:

In Ulla’s words:
 ”I am German doll maker living in the US. I have been making cloth dolls in the Waldorf tradition since 2000. In an age when everything is made of plastic and synthetics, my Cloth Dolls are handmade with pure wool and cotton, natural materials that warm to body temperature as they are held. Have you ever hugged a plastic baby doll on a cold winter morning? My soft, warm dolls are unique, huggable, and as individual as the children – young and old – who love them! Hope you get a chance to visit my shop and blog.”

This Whole Family:

A truly lovely eco friendly blog with pages of delicious recipes, natural cleaning recipes for your home, gardening and crafting. A wonderful place to visit…

Sparkle Stories

Sparkle Stories is an amazing online resource that offers beautiful audio stories for children and families.

Waldorf Essentials:

In Melisa’s words:
We started almost six years ago with our first book, A Journey Through Waldorf Homeschooling, Kindergarten.  Today we have a full curriculum for the grades and a book on inner work “108 Days”. We also have a brand new program for Waldorf homeschool teacher training.

Vistaprint:

For all your printing needs, Vistaprint. Offering wonderful printed cards, calenders and business cards.

 

Nest:

Such a beautiful shop, stocking the most gorgeous eco-friendly, heirloom toys and practical things for your home.

 

The Blog Maven:

Jeni is an amazing blog migration specialist, offering various services to help improve and update your current blog tremendously.

Please do visit these wonderful businesses and blogs and see what they have to offer.
Thank you to our lovely sponsors, we do appreciate you very much. Your support allows me to share our life via blogging and also contributes financially to the home education of our children, thank you.
***~~~I am having a Christmas Advertising Special that I am offering for November and December to new sponsors, to read more about it go here.~~~***
For sponsorship / advertising information you can contact me at: lindadawkins@mweb.co.za
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