This time of the year there tends to be a moment for everyone, a moment that all the comfort of the holidays come rushing back. Maybe it’s the first time you hear Christmas music playing over the radio, and even though you think, “It can’t be time for this yet” you can’t help but feel a little moment of childhood giddiness. Or maybe it’s the first evening the temperate drops and you’re cuddled in a blanket sipping the newest holiday flavor of coffee or tea. Sounds heavenly right? Continue reading
If you’re really lucky, there’s a veteran pie baker in your family. In mine, it’s my grandma. With her eyes closed, and with one arm tied behind her back, she can turn out several homemade pies before lunchtime. Continue reading
Get ready to deck out your tree – and put some amazing treasures under it for the ones you love. We’ll ship it all to you: all you have to do is wrap the gifts and hang the ornaments on your tree. From gorgeous handmade wooden ornaments to our very own cast iron skillet clock, each and every item in this prize package is made to be cherished by the recipient for years to come. One lucky winner will receive the following:
- Handmade Covered Bridge and Amish Buggy Ornament
- Handmade Nativity Scene Ornament
- Handmade Santa’s Workshop Ornament
- Large Wooden Log Set – 303 pieces
- Canning Jar Coffee Grinder
- Red Feuerhand Galvanized Lantern
- Cast Iron Skillet Clock
- ULU Knife and Bowl Set
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Oh, the things we made for our Moms for Mother’s Day, often at school, preschool, Sunday School or perhaps just by ourselves. Here are a few photos of some classic “homemade-for-Mom” treasures from our employees. Because that’s what they are, aren’t they: treasures. What are your favorite memories of Mother’s Day gifts, both given and received?
A classic: the homemade mug. This one even looks stable enough to actually use! Lots of other ones may have ended up as cherished pencil and pen holders on desks everywhere. Continue reading
Felt Advent calendars, the first “official” decorations of the holiday season in many homes…and one of the few that children could actually touch!
Remember that feeling? The soft fuzzy felt, and how it magically stuck to the calendar, watching the days until Christmas Day…there’s nothing like it.