Friday, December 31, 2010
Cold days in winter make it a perfect opportunity to do arts and crafts with children at home. Consider introducing them to Korean paper folding - you may know this art as Origami. Korean paper folding is a valued tradition that goes back long ago. We recently added these traditional Korean hanbok paper folding art sets.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Due to customer requests, we now have a Korean Lullaby CD for sale! Perfect music for your baby while you try to soothe your baby to sleep. Click here to purchase.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Looking for Korean cultural ornaments to hang on your Christmas tree? You can make your own by using the Korean folk magnets. All you need is ribbon and strong craft glue (or crazy glue). The black magnet has enough gap for you to place a ribbon through it. To secure it, you can use glue to keep the ribbon in place. No need to worry about the ornament breaking since these Korean folk hanbok magnets are made of rubbery clay!
To purchase these Korean folk clay magnets, you can click here.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
"Our journey to adoption started after our emotionally
draining fertility treatments came to an end. Additional
treatment options were available, but we did not feel they
were the right choice for us. Instead, on September 24th,
2007, we chose to pursue adoption.We both felt that this
was God’s purpose for us.
Adoption has brought our family so many blessings. Every
day we look into our son's eyes and are so thankful for
him and all the wonderful people who took such great care
of him before he was in our arms forever. We couldn't
imagine life without him. He has brought so much joy
to our family!"
Although National Adoption Month officially ended in
November, we hope that the personal stories shared by
the winners have helped in raising adoption awareness. To
see more beautiful families formed through adoption, you
can visit nationaladoptionmonth.blogspot.com.