We’re finally ready! Three Little Crafts is part of the Darn Good Yarn family and has opened it’s virtual doors! It will bring quality time made simple into a parent and child’s life by offering hand-picked subscriptions of children’s crafts that will be conveniently delivered right to your doorstep!
“Our goal was to create a product through which parents and children could spend quality time together without any plugs or batteries,” said co-owner of Three Little Crafts, Nicole Snow. “Our children’s world today is overflowing with electronics; we want to stimulate their imagination with fun crafts while keeping costs down for parents.”
The Three Little Crafts monthly subscription box targets children ages four to eight and will include three different hand-picked crafts each month, along with instructions and all the supplies needed to create them. Three Little Crafts also offers birthday parties and currently ships to the U.S. and Canada. For each friend subscribers refer, they will receive one month free after signing up for their own craft box.
Jeff Goldenberg, co-owner of Three Little Crafts, said, “We are thrilled to bring Three Little Crafts to a wider audience and know kids all over are going to love the unique crafts we’ve put together.”
Three Little Crafts offers a way for parents, grandparents and friends to spend quality time with children in a convenient and cost efficient way. For more information on how to get started with a craft box, contact Nicole Snow at 518-377-1177, email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.threelittlecrafts.com.
Welcome to a new way of crafting. Reasonably priced, high-quality yarn that helps women in India and Nepal support their families and gets rid of waste. Recycled silk yarn, recycled silk sari ribbon–it’s all here. And I’m here for you! If you have any questions on putting together a project or just want to chat contact me (Nicole!) email@example.com or call me 207-564-2822
In the parts of India and Nepal where Darn Good Yarn gets your supplies, there is not a sustainable job market for the poverty stricken. This lack of opportunity to fulfill creative potential is rekindled when people like you and me learn, create and share the beauty of these yarns with others.
You have to do more! Start a local movement; I urge you to tell others, in your craft groups, yoga classes, wherever you establish community; tell others about how they can make a difference just one stitch at a time. Help me continue to help these woman along with our local community. By creating a substantial platform for these women to successfully sell the items on Darn Good Yarn we are all making a difference that is felt globally. Let’s work together to create positive impacts in our world and strengthen that woven web.
Nicole Mikkelsen-Snow, Owner