Do you have a Heart Story of the warmth of The Honeyclock? This could be something you saw or an event or interaction or comment that you warmly remember. Can you put it in writing for us to share with other customers on our noticeboard and/or on our Facebook page or Blog?
Bring your contributions in by hand or send in whatever form you can to our email address or post on our Facebook page or comment on our Blog page.
We look forward to sharing with you the last 4 years.
May 5, 2014 in Art, Baby, Baby Toys, Baby Toys, Beeswax Candles, Bodycare, Books, Children, Children's Picture Books, Coffee Nook, Craft, Craft & Activity Books, Decorative Cosmetics, Discovery Session, Dolls Houses & Furniture, Dr Hauschka, Early Childhood, Ecology, Economics, Education, Felt Toys, Games & Jigsaws, Gift Sets, Gifts, Handmade Treasures, Health Books, HOME, Homemaking, Junior Fiction (incl readers), Little Rocks, Local Artists, Needle Felting, Nutrition & Gardening, Parenting Books, Play Silks, Products, Rudolf Steiner, Science & Community, Sonett cleaning & handsoap, Specials, Sphagni, Spirituality & Self Development Books, Stationery, storytelling, The Honeyclock, Toys, Weleda, Wooden Toys, Wooden Vehicles
Tagged Bibra Lake, Bodycare, books, Children's Picture Books, Coffee, Dr Hauschka, Drawing, Games, Honeyclock, Puzzles, Sphagni, Toys, unique gifts, Wooden Puzzles, Wooden Toys
As many of you will know The Honeyclock has been for sale since February. Our buyer doesn’t seem to have found their way to us just yet however we are still hopeful they are on their way. In the mean time we have discovered we will need to vacate our current premises and so our last trading day in our current light filled shop will be Saturday 14 June, that’s about 6 weeks away.
If you are not on our mailing list or our ‘friend’ on Facebook, or following our ‘blog’ and you want to stay up to date with where we move to please send us your email address and we can add you to our ‘moving notification’ list and keep you fully informed and up to date with our movements.
In the meantime make sure you come in and see us and stock up on all your favourite goodies while stocks last
Marjan van Zeyl ‘Play the Violin’
Posted in Activities, Advent Calendars, Anne Williams, Art, Baby, Baby Toys, Baby Toys, Beeswax Candles, biography, Bodycare, Book Club, Books, Calendars & Diaries, Carolin Loos, Children, Children's Picture Books, Christmas, Coffee Nook, Courses for Soul Nourishment, Craft, Craft & Activity Books, Creative Mornings, Customers, Decorative Cosmetics, Discovery Session, Dolls, Dolls Houses & Furniture, Dr Hauschka, Early Childhood, Ecology, Economics, Education, Felt Toys, Games & Jigsaws, Gift Sets, Gifts, Handmade Treasures, Health Books, Holidays, HOME, Homemaking, Horst Kornberger, Jane Maywood, Janis Norrie, Jill Whitfield, Junior Fiction (incl readers), Lesley Cotter, Lesley Cotter, Little Rocks, Local Artists, Loyalty Card, Mobile Honeyclock, Needle Felting, Nicole Lawrence, Nutrition & Gardening, Parenting Books, Play Silks, Products, Rudolf Steiner, Science & Community, Silver Tree Steiner School, Sonett cleaning & handsoap, Specials, Sphagni, Spirituality & Self Development Books, Spring Fairs, Stationery, storytelling, The Honeyclock, Toys, Vimol Imsanguan, Weleda, Wooden Toys, Wooden Vehicles, Workshops
Tagged for sale, Marjan van Zeyl, moving, Play the violin
Play silks allow imaginations to create and flow with the changing moods of play.
Uses are limited only by ones imagination; Squares of 90cm can be used for flowing landscapes, table cloths or dress ups: cloaks, skirts or wraps. Squares of 53cm can be used for wrapping dolls or bundles of treasures or in the centre of a table. A rectangle length of 2.7m long can be used for draping over tables or frames to create forts, cubbies and private little enclosures, even over a bassinet, cot or bed. Each size is available in a range of plain and/or variegated colours.
Hand wash, hang dry. We find children love to wash these themselves in a sink or bucket outside. The silk feels different and interesting when wet!
Above image shows variegated colours – rainbow, sea, starry night, blossom and fire. For more information see our web page playcloths and silks.
Posted in Activities, Children, Play Silks, Products, The Honeyclock, Toys
Tagged Imaginative Play, playsilk, playsilks, Sarah's silks, silk hankies, silk playcloths, silkscapes
… and other wisdom tales
A new double Story CD has been released by Australian Storyteller Jenni Cargill-Strong. ‘Inspire your child to be kind, generous and resilient’ with ancestral tales of wisdom that have been lovingly reinterpreted for a modern audience. They will stimulate your child’s imagination, retain interest for years and can be enjoyed by the whole family. Perfect for rest-time, long journeys and holidays. For more information on her other Story CD’s see our previous blog ‘ A Story is a gift that lasts a lifetime…’
Posted in Books, Children, Gifts, Holidays, Local Artists, Products, The Honeyclock
Tagged Jenni Cargill-Strong, Mermaid's shoes, Mermaid's Shoes and other enchanted tales, Molly Whuppie, Molly Whuppie and other wonder tales, Reaching for the Moon, Salty Pete the Pirate, Story CD's, Story Tree, Story Tree and other nature tales, Storytree Company, Troo adventures of Salty Pete the Pirate
February NEWSLETTER , out now, there’s sure to be something to inspire
If you are having trouble finding it, click the word ‘newsletter’ above.
Posted in Books, Children's Picture Books, Coffee Nook, Courses for Soul Nourishment, Craft, Craft & Activity Books, Economics, Gifts, Health Books, Junior Fiction (incl readers), Parenting Books, Products, Specials, Spirituality & Self Development Books, The Honeyclock, Toys
Tagged astrological revolution robert powell, Awakening to Child Health Raoul goldberg, beyond the rainbow bridge petterson bradley, Bibra Lake, chilled chai, chilled chocolate, chilled coffee, goodnight goodnight construction site, hand resonators, Human Life O'Neil Lowndes, Human Organ Walter Holtzapfel, I love dirt Jennifer Ward, inner reading and inner hearing rudolf steiner, kissed by the moon alison lester, knights, Leading from the emerging future Otto Sharmer, menopause, menopause a time for change, merino wool tops, natural wooden figures, on the road to Gundagia jackie french, princes, Proof of heaven Eben Alexander, rainbow boxes, Secret Girls Business Maggie Hamilton, Small fry play, teenagers explained megan lovegrove louise bedwell, turner and the elements, wet felting, what matters frederick franck, wooden figures, wooden nesting boxes, wooden stage coach, wool tops, your body speaks your mind deb shapiro
‘at any given moment, no matter where you are, there are hundreds of things around you that are interesting and worth documenting’* . Its amazing what we experience when we document something (whether by drawing or writing), when we look deeper we find details, patterns, characteristics and colours we never new existed. All the different parts of whatever it is we are looking at. Try looking around you this week and noticing detail, be an Explorer of this amazing world we live in.
* from ‘How to be an explorer of the World’ by Keri Smith
left; detail of cover photo from ‘How to Live Forever’ by Colin Thompson
Posted in Books, Children's Picture Books, Gifts, HOME, Products, The Honeyclock
Tagged Activity Books, Art Books, Children's Picture Books, Colin thompson, How to be an explorer of the world, How to live forever, Keri Smith, picture books
Summer is here and The Honeyclock is once again OPEN and hummmming. We are bursting with school supplies, the last of our Christmas Stock is reduced and new goodies are making there way to us daily. Our coffee nook is offering delicious drinks and yummy foods, try our new Chewy Apricot Spelt cookies. We wish you all a wonderful NEW YEAR and look forward to helping you in what ever way we can. See you soon!