Handmade goods















Today the kids and I are loading the car and setting off to sell our wares at the local Waldorf school's holiday faire

We'll have a bit of LüSa, of course, but mostly we're selling our limited edition handmade holiday goods.

I will have some handmade herbal medicines that I am offering as a Standing Rock fundraiser; Lupine will have her famous Rainbow Dough, and Sage is offering up his new line of gourmet hot cocoa mix made with fair trade, organic cocoa, organic sugar, and organic spices. So good!

As project-based homeschoolers, a great deal of learning went into bringing these projects from dream to reality. Research, planning, testing and measuring, cost of goods, graphic design, and so much math! It's my favorite way to homeschool, honestly. And the kids can't wait to set up their booth. Learning that is real-life relevant? Yes, please.

We hope to see some of you there! As for the rest of you, all of our inventory that remains after the weekend will end up in our Etsy shop next week, shipping your way very soon.


Be well,


6 thoughts on “Handmade goods

  1. Casey U says:

    Ahhh hope to see it on Etsy soon! (Well, I hope you don’t have leftover inventory, but I hope I have an opportunity to get some!)

  2. Rachel Wolf says:

    Hi Jacki. Each of us did our own label design. I made mine (herbal formulas) and helped Lupine with hers (Rainbow Dough) in InDesign. Sage designed his in Photoshop. All were printed on a pretty basic laser printer, though Sage bought special craft paper labels for his. So fun! We really love that side of the project as well.

  3. Alison says:

    What is the name of your Etsy shop? Really hoping to snag some of that herbal cough syrup!! Or maybe I’ll send family over to PRWS 🙂 thanks!

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