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post #81 of 182

The Wooden Wagon, free shipping on orders over $25: MM10XMAS  I just used it and it works :)

post #82 of 182

Nice price on an all wooden doll buggy: http://www.constructiveplaythings.com/cgi-bin/s.sh/2.0/product.htm?dept_id=Sale%20Dramatic%20Play&pf_id=XX-1099  They sell to preschools so it is probably good quality.

post #83 of 182

A Toy Garden has a "20% off gift certificates"

 

To take advantage of the offer, go to homepage and click on "snowflake the cat"

 

Also, if you previously purchased a holiday gift they are having a photo contest of opening/playing with a $50 prize.

post #84 of 182
This is a bit of a non-traditional Waldorf source but Lehman's Non-electric is having a big clearance, including
some lovely wooden farm animals
http://www.lehmans.com/store/Clearance___Toys_and_Puzzles___Wooden_Farm_Animals___1037215?Args=

a wooden rainbow scoop
http://www.lehmans.com/store/Clearance___Kitchen_and_Pantry___Colored_Long_Handle_Wood_Scoop___1000985?Args=

and many more items that might be nice for anyone trying for a "simple living" lifestyle.
post #85 of 182

Learning Towers on sale with free shipping at Blueberry Forest: http://www.blueberryforest.com/magical_home_decor/learning-tower.htm

post #86 of 182
Thread Starter 

They are back

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260716074297&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

 

I  askev and they told me shipping was $35 EUR (about US$45) still puts them $100 less than wooden wagon!

post #87 of 182
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They are back

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260716074297&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

 

I  askev and they told me shipping was $35 EUR (about US$45) still puts them $100 less than wooden wagon!



I love you. I really do, I've been mourning that since it sold!   :)  Just ordered-- his birthday is in March what a great present!  For anyone who doesn't have a wooden kitchen yet, WOW are they lovely! 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Wunderschone-Kinderspule-Puppenspule-Kinderkuche-/260716074298?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item3cb3e3953a

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Spule-Herd-Kombination-Kinderherd-/350427720827?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item51971eac7b

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Kinderherd-aus-massivem-Erlenholz-/350302343758?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item518fa5924e

 

 

 

post #88 of 182
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Glad to help!    I wish we had the space for one  :(

post #89 of 182
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They are back

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260716074297&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

 

I  askev and they told me shipping was $35 EUR (about US$45) still puts them $100 less than wooden wagon!



I love you. I really do, I've been mourning that since it sold!   :)  Just ordered-- his birthday is in March what a great present!  For anyone who doesn't have a wooden kitchen yet, WOW are they lovely! 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Wunderschone-Kinderspule-Puppenspule-Kinderkuche-/260716074298?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item3cb3e3953a

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Spule-Herd-Kombination-Kinderherd-/350427720827?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item51971eac7b

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Kinderherd-aus-massivem-Erlenholz-/350302343758?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item518fa5924e

 

 

 



And even if you do, these make you want to toss what you have and start over!  But, I will refrain.  shy.gif

post #90 of 182


Exactly!  If I had the money right now (and if my IKEA wood kitchen didn't perfectly match our kitchen and look so sweet) I would looooove one of those! 

 

what it really makes me want to do is buy a country house upstate and put it there.  Way to spend $300,000 just for a cute kitchen. 

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They are back

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260716074297&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

 

I  askev and they told me shipping was $35 EUR (about US$45) still puts them $100 less than wooden wagon!



I love you. I really do, I've been mourning that since it sold!   :)  Just ordered-- his birthday is in March what a great present!  For anyone who doesn't have a wooden kitchen yet, WOW are they lovely! 

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Wunderschone-Kinderspule-Puppenspule-Kinderkuche-/260716074298?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item3cb3e3953a

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Spule-Herd-Kombination-Kinderherd-/350427720827?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item51971eac7b

http://cgi.ebay.com/Schone-Kinderkuche-Kinderherd-aus-massivem-Erlenholz-/350302343758?pt=DE_Allesf%C3%BCsKind_Spielzeug_Holzspielzeug&hash=item518fa5924e

 

 

 



And even if you do, these make you want to toss what you have and start over!  But, I will refrain.  shy.gif

post #91 of 182

The Wooden Wagon again!  15% off orders until January 19.  Code: TWW2011

post #92 of 182

 There is a very cool online waldorf co-op starting up that you can get incredible pricing on all things a waldorf family/homeschooler might need. From woolens to Weleda to kinder lyres and wooden toys. It is just getting started so I don't think they have everything listed yet that they will carry but it looks promising. Check out the web site here: 

 

www.cedarringcircle.com

 

I haven't joined yet but am thinking about it. I would be interested to hear what people think of it or if they have already joined.  Anyone know of any other sites like this? Thanks.

post #93 of 182
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 There is a very cool online waldorf co-op starting up that you can get incredible pricing on all things a waldorf family/homeschooler might need. From woolens to Weleda to kinder lyres and wooden toys. It is just getting started so I don't think they have everything listed yet that they will carry but it looks promising. Check out the web site here: 

 

www.cedarringcircle.com

 

I haven't joined yet but am thinking about it. I would be interested to hear what people think of it or if they have already joined.  Anyone know of any other sites like this? Thanks.


Yoinks. I wouldn't call paying $52-$60 a year for the privilege to shop a deal or a steal.
post #94 of 182

Reading the policies, I have to admit that it doesn't sound like a very good deal.  If those were the prices retail, not with a $5/month fee, it would be better.  Additionally, the ship time seems quite lengthy.  While they expect members to meet deadlines, they're not really very quick about it themselves.  Seems like a better choice would be to take that extra $60 and use the money to support a small online Waldorf shop instead.

post #95 of 182

Thanks for the wooden wagon coupon. Free shipping, no tax, and 15% cannot be beat! 

post #96 of 182

If beeswax crayons are $13.95 on most of the sites I've seen, and less than $8 on this one, that is a HUGE difference (it look like over 40% off on the art ).   As far as time goes, appalachiamomma, I would imagine a co-op isn't carrying inventory (they order items once the members request them) and since many of these thing are from the EU and Germany I could see why the shipping time is "up to 30 days".   My husband is a sales rep in the natural products industry, and it is unbelievable how long it takes some of his manufacturers to ship products from west coast to east coast!  I've seen smaller companies with 3 week turnarounds!

 

The way I see it, things cost either time or money.  I don't have much money, so I am willing to wait.  If these items are 40% off, you would only have to spend $13 to get your $5 back.  I would estimate we spend about $30-50 per month as a waldorf homeschooling family between school supplies, toys, YARN (haha maybe that's just for mama), and such.  So... this is definately a possibility.  I am waiting to see what else gets added!


Edited by momma_unlimited - 1/8/11 at 2:31pm
post #97 of 182

As a homeschooling mom I haven't found any prices as low as they have them on that site, which is why I posted the link.  Being a co-op with those ship times wouldn't you think it was small scale? Maybe this is why the ship times are slower? I wasn't offended by the membership fee at all. I am part of a CSA that I pay a membership to and I get lower prices on organic vegetables that way.

post #98 of 182

As a homeschooling mom I haven't found any prices as low as they have them on that site, which is why I posted the link.  Being a co-op with those ship times wouldn't you think it was small scale? Maybe this is why the ship times are slower? I wasn't offended by the membership fee at all. I am part of a CSA that I pay a membership to and I get lower prices on organic vegetables that way.

post #99 of 182

 

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This is a bit of a non-traditional Waldorf source but Lehman's Non-electric is having a big clearance, including
some lovely wooden farm animals
http://www.lehmans.com/store/Clearance___Toys_and_Puzzles___Wooden_Farm_Animals___1037215?Args=

a wooden rainbow scoop
http://www.lehmans.com/store/Clearance___Kitchen_and_Pantry___Colored_Long_Handle_Wood_Scoop___1000985?Args=

and many more items that might be nice for anyone trying for a "simple living" lifestyle.  

 

Thanks for this link I love the little washboards on their site!  I found an old enamel washbasin at a yard sale and now we can wash doll clothes on laundry day.

 

http://www.lehmans.com/store/Home_Goods___Laundry___Washing___Lehman__x27_s__xAE__Own_Washboards___66DHWB?Args= 

 

post #100 of 182

Probably is small.  I have waited many, many weeks in the past for Waldorf items to come over from Europe.  I just gave up and found a substitution that was available (it was a Christmas item).  I live in an area where most everything is mail order,  except for groceries.  Everyone has their own way of doing things.  If it works for you, do it. winky.gif
 

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As a homeschooling mom I haven't found any prices as low as they have them on that site, which is why I posted the link.  Being a co-op with those ship times wouldn't you think it was small scale? Maybe this is why the ship times are slower? I wasn't offended by the membership fee at all. I am part of a CSA that I pay a membership to and I get lower prices on organic vegetables that way.

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