Sunday, September 30, 2012

Meet Our Sponsor: Nest

I want to introduce you to one of our wonderful sponsors, Nest: Natural Comfort and Play.

About Nest

Nest is family owned and operated in Ottawa, Canada. Lisa & John-Paul take great care in selecting products that are sustainably made, aesthetically pleasing, and of enduring quality.

Nest specializes in the sort of quality items usually found only in European toy stores, now imported to or produced in North America. Many are Waldorf-inspired and educational. A lot are made by small companies, WAHMs, or mom-and-pop businesses. Some are social support projects or made by part-time crafters and hobbyists.

Nest is committed to eco-consciousness and social equity, so all fabrics, materials, and manufacturing have to meet high standards of sustainability and safety.

Plus, the products they carry are just plain drool-worthy! Ready?

My wish list for meet our sponsor post
Mini Cable Car Kit — $26.50 for meet our sponsor post
Mama K's Aromatic Play Clay — on sale for $15 for meet our sponsor post
Knitting Tower — $9.50 for meet our sponsor post
Cherry Wood Card Holder — $6.95 for meet our sponsor post
Tinkerbell Shrug — $11.50 for meet our sponsor post
Theatre Puppets to make — $2.75-$3.50 each for meet our sponsor post
A Simple Hearth Play Kitchen — $395 for meet our sponsor post
Wool Short Nappy Pants — $34 for meet our sponsor post
Learning About Volume Set — $135 for meet our sponsor post
Reversible Dual-Color Silk Capes — $32.50

I'm impressed with the affordable pricing on such quality, hand-crafted items. Plus, there's always free shipping to Canada & the US on orders over $120.

Take a moment to follow Nest on Facebook and Twitter so you can stay up to date on new products and sales.

A big thank you to Nest for their fine products and faithful sponsorship!

Disclosure: Nest has an advertising relationship.
I try to seek out only products I think you would find
relevant and useful to your life as a natural parent.
If I don't like a product, I won't be recommending it to you.
See my full disclosure policy here.