Monday, 1 March 2010

Autumn Time

Autumn leaves crunch underfoot
Taking nature walks in the afternoon
It is time to gather the harvest
For Winter is coming soon...

I can't believe how fast Summer has flown by. I hope it was a beautiful season for you too. It is time to collect a basket of nuts, seeds and twigs to create mobiles, critters, puppets, collages on boxes and other items. Playing with nature's gifts will inspire you to their varied uses. For ideas on crafts and other activities to celebrate the season, check out our range of books. More stock coming soon - please email us with your requests.

Autumn Products

Autumn Cards - for the Equinox, a Birthday or any reason at all. Also a beautiful addition to your Season Table.

Autumn Craft Packs - great value and great fun! From Rainbow Made.

Autumn Dolls - a collectible toy and best-seller, also from Rainbow Made.

Lono & Coco Boato - the Autumn book by Susan Whitehead.

Wood & Felt Gnomes - available in orange for Autumn.

Playcloths in muslin, silk or cotton - perfect for play or display for all ages.

Barefoot magazine - Autumn 2010 and Autumn 2009 both available now.

And our pick of the gifts for Autumn include:
Natural Wood Blocks $33.00
Glass Bead Spiral Bracelets $7.50
New Lyra Osiris Pencils $12.00
Felt Horse $16.00

For those subscribers in the Northern Hemisphere - all of our Spring books, dolls, playcloths, cards and craft packs are in stock. Our pick of the gifts for you are of course the most popular Flower Press, or the lovely Flower Fairies Kit.

This is just a small sample of our range of hundreds of hand-selected items. The New Products page will keep you up to date with brand new lines, and our regular products are re-stocked frequently. Happy Browsing!

Gathering together is the theme of Autumn. Traditionally, it is the time when we store food for winter, close up our homes and spend more time indoors. The Autumn Equinox on 21 March 2010 is a wonderful time to unite with friends for a harvest feast. It is a time of balance - equal sunlight and darkness. Harmony...

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