Handmade Wooden Sheep On Sale Now

Handmade Wooden SheepYou can definitely tell when Springtime has arrived for many homestead bloggers! As the landscape turns from brown to green, the pace of work on the farm speeds up very quickly. For many of us this means far less time is available to sit down at the computer to share our adventures.

Here at Whirl’d Works Farm this has included another successful lambing season, trying to get the garden up to speed, fencing in an additional 3 acres, installing an automatic gate opener, and so much more. Among these many activities has been one I am now excited to announce to you today!

Winter time is the time for ideas and crafting. We put these two items together this past winter and have come up with a great new gift that you can buy for yourself or someone you know. We’ve incorporated our love for both wool and woodworking together and have produced our Handmade Wooden Sheep. We hand cut the wooden shape and then adorn the cute shape with wool fleece from our very own fine-wool sheep. I think you’ll agree that the end result is a cute and charming collectible piece.

You can get yours now for our introductory price of only $14.99 (plus $3.00 shipping), but as they say on those wonderful infomercials,”Supplies are limited, so get yours today!” We’ll absolutely be making more once these little lambs sell out, but probably not again until the Springtime rush gives way to the oppressive summer doldrums.
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Handmade Wooden Sheep

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