Mud Puddles to Meteors Journal Giveaway

It’s giveaway time again!! This week the Mud Puddles to Meteors blog is having a week full of awesome giveaways – and the Wings, Worms, and Wonder 12 Month Art & Nature Journal giveaway is tomorrow!! Yay! This is a great chance to check out what Mud Puddles to Meteors thinks about the new book

The 12 Month Art & Nature Journal is Here!

Drum roll please………… The Wings, Worms, and Wonder 12 Month Art & Nature Journal is officially released!! (Cue the cymbal crash!) I am so elated to finally officially announce this project!  Summer 2015 I started with the intention of making a flower symbolism coloring book, but thanks to the unexpected putting the project on hold, a

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Pressed for Flowers: A Review and Giveaway!

Do you ever come across the conundrum of wanting to collage flowers, but not having any on hand? Or what about looking up something in an old book and a bunch of flowers or leaves fall out that you intended to make something with, but then forgot about? I’ve always wanted a flower press, but never

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Patience

This quote really stands out to me. It’s Thursday October 6 and I’m writing posts early, because as I sit in my sister in law’s house, evacuated from my own, trying to tie up loose ends, awaiting the arrival of a big hurricane, I have to be patient. Nature will bring the storm at her pace

Wings, Worms, and Wonder Wednesday 49! Click through to get your free fall rain painting activity!

Wonder Wednesday 49: Rain Painting

Happy Wonder Wednesday! September sure flew by didn’t it! One thing it brought to my neck of the woods was a little more rain. We had such a super dry and hot summer that when the tropical storms started rolling through it was a big relief. To celebrate the rains, and hopefully encourage more, and

Discover the wonders in your own backyard with this guest post by Amy Parmelee! Click through for ideas and free printables!

What’s in Your Yard? Activity to do & Printables!

Today I am very happy to offer you this guest post by contributor Amy Parmelee!! From the backyard to the schoolyard to the neighborhood yard… I think this is a great activity and is easily adapted for school and community learning environments! And Amy even provided pdf printables of her Bio-inventory sheets to get you started!

Explore the wonder of nature's color spectrum with this fun seek and find! Click through to get the full instructions, free from Wings, Worms, and Wonder!

Wonder Wednesday #47: Nature’s Spectrum Seek & Find

Happy Wonder Wednesday!! If you follow me on IG, you know I had a great time on my vacation, but what about you? What kind of new or familiar nature adventures are you getting in to this summer? If you share pics on Instagram, then #wingswormsandwonder, I’d love to see! I want you to be having

Welcome back Amy Parmelee sharing about her latest farm stay in Vermont! Click to get inspired for your own farm stay!

Visiting With Vermont Sheep: Guest Post by Amy Parmelee

Vermont in the summer, vacations, and sheep too? Does it get much more fun? I don’t know! Today I am happy to welcome back Amy Parmelee to share all about her latest farm stay in Vermont! You may remember last summer’s posy about her farm stay in Virginia, well she’s hooked and explored a new

Keep those summer garden bugs at bay, organically! Check out this guest post graphic by Angela Thomas!

Organic Gardening & Summer Bugs

Today’s Guest Post is by Angela Thomas. She made this really killer graphic that gives you all the info you need for recognizing and wrangling with those pesky summer garden bugs!! I wish you the best of luck on your adventures with summer bugs! Stay vigilant and you will get your harvests!!   What bugs

It's week 3 of the Summer Fun Series and this week we're taking a look at some fun stuff! From books to paint to a giveaway, click to check it out!

Fun Summer Stuff & a Giveaway!

It’s week 3 of the Summer Fun Series and this week we’re taking a look at some fun stuff! I use the word stuff because it’s a mix of different fun things for which the summer slow down affords time. And sometimes on a hot lazy afternoon, pulling out a new little surprise is just