Welcome March Sponsors!

It could be the small mountains of melting snow in my driveway, but I'm feeling a bit ready for spring all of a sudden.  If you're in the same boat, check out this month's sponsors to help get you started!

New this month:

Jupiter's Child :: Earth friendly toys, including some gorgeous jump ropes that would be fun for an Easter basket.

Woolies :: Artisan stuffed animals--I'm in love with their spring bunnies and chicks!

Pail and Pie ::  Mama-made toys for your little one, and beautiful custom banners.  (How about one that says "spring" or "grow"?)

Future Pearl Company :: Lovely pearl jewelry for the soon-to-be arm baring weather.

Armadillo Dreams :: Beautiful, bright handmade wooden toys--again, some awesome picks to tuck in an Easter basket.

And the, always fabulous, returning old friends:

Fashionable Fabrics :: All the pretty fabric, all in one pretty place.

Buddha Hill :: Adorable handmade dolls, lovies, and accessories.  

Conscious Clothing :: Handmade, incredibly comfy looking, organic cotton clothes.  

Urban Baby Bonnets :: Cutie spring baby bonnets.

Monaluna :: Gorgeous organic textiles.

Revolution 46 :: T-shirts (mostly) for the small fellas--check out their fun big brother/little brother line, "I'm going to be a Big Brother" announcement shirts, and birthday shirts.

Infinite Twist :: Modern knitting kits, hand-painted fiber, and the most beautiful spinning wheels.

Little Spruce Organics :: Lovely natural goods for mamas and babies.

Pinkhouse Handworks :: Handmade Montessori baby toys for the really small ones in your life. 

The Rosedale Swing Company :: Beautiful, handmade, environmentally friendly swings.

Wild Marigold :: Pretend food so beautiful you actually want to eat it, and custom Waldorf dolls to boot.

Little Woodlanders :: Lovely, open-ended wooden toys for the small ones in your life.

Woolly Petals :: Handmade toys with lots of cute owls and fun, softie cameras.

Alphabet Glue ::  Creative projects and book suggestions galore.

Cubit's Organics :: Rare, heirloom, and organic seeds--now's the time to get ordering for your spring garden.