How can we de stress in tumultuous times? Turn to the flowers and nature. They are there for your every time. Click to get ideas at Wings, Worms, and Wonder

Flowers In Joy and Sadness

I don’t know about y’all, but the past year has been a life rollercoaster like none I’ve ridden to date. I’m pretty exhausted. I know I have to stay strong and vigilant though, and I plan to. How do we do that in tumultuous times? Turning to nature is always a great antidote for sadness

When you hear the term fractal patterns, what do you think of? Click to Learn more about the ways humans unconsciously intuit fractals inherent in art and nature in this blog post!

Patterns and Pollock

  When you hear the term fractal patterns, what do you think of? Me, I think of scruffy Deadhead kids in my college art school dorm spacing out to VHS tapes of swirling shapes, while their minds entered “alternate dimensions” we’ll say. But actually there is a much more interesting side to fractals. They are found in spectacular

This Wonder Wednesday 61, to celebrate my new print on demand fabric designs, we're going to have a little fun with easy sewing nature art pouches!

Wonder Wednesday 61: Easy Sew Art Bag

  Happy Wonder Wednesday 61! This month, to celebrate my new print on demand fabric designs, we’re going to have a little fun with sewing! These easy sew art bags can be made in about an hour, and can hold everything from nature art journal supplies to found nature walk items – to just about

Tiny little acts that can make big differences in our lives. Check out this seed swap for idea for spreading little acts of love!

A Little Love Goes a Long Way

  I saw this quote recently and I thought what a perfect reminder. As we come off a month of devastating natural disasters, years of unsettling politics, and look to an unpredictable future, a little love is never too little.   A kind word to a stranger here, a small bit of help there, a

The whimsical radish design comes in 23 fabrics & 3 color ways - crisp white background, a subtle sky blue background, and a buttercream background to suit all your whims!

Fabric is Here!

    Wings, Worms, and Wonder new fabric designs are officially official! My first couple yards arrived while in the middle of hurricane prep last week, so I didn’t have time to check them out for a week, but… WOW! Is all I can say now that I’ve had time to open the package and check

How do you hear nature's soul whispers? Learn more about connecting in this week's inspiring guest post by Bindi Shah!

Nature is My Soul: A Guest Post with Bindi Shah

  This week we have an inspiring guest post by the amazing Bindi Shah. She is a good friend of mine who brings a wave of much needed peace into the world. A meditation teacher, coach, and all around super person, a few moments with Bindi will lighten your heart and brighten your day. And

Get adventurous with adventure playgrounds! I visited one in NYC and have all the logistics set for you to plan your visit! Click to learn more!

Adventure Playgrounds: play:groundNYC

  A couple weeks ago I was visiting my good friend in NYC. Her kids are nearly aging out of average playgrounds, but I had heard about a special spot on Governors Island.   Riding the Ferry adds to the adventure!   It’s an adventure playground – not your average swings and slides by any

o honor this Wonder Wednesday 60 post milestone, here's a "remember the good times" compilation of some of my favorite activities for you. Click to enjoy this compilation of Wonder Wednesday inspiration and fun!

Wonder Wednesday 60: Remember the Good Times!

  Happy 5 year anniversary of Wonder Wednesday! I can hardly believe this is the 60th activity! We’ve had some great creative nature connection fun over the past 5 years!   To honor this milestone, I thought I’d do a “remember the good times” compilation of some of my favorite activities for you. — Just

Find more Montessori Inspired nature connection tips and activities at Wings, Worms, and Wonder. Click to join the fun and start creatively connecting with nature today!

Education for Peace

  Maria Montessori lived in Italy and Europe through 2 world wars, including a Fascist regime. She knew a thing or 20 about tough times – politically, culturally, and environmentally speaking. Those challenging life experiences drove her to keep working, teaching, and striving for peace through education until her death in 1952, at age 82.

Create themes for you garden! This week Wings, Worms, and Wonder's joined by Helen Bradford with ideas for mid century art garden inspiration.

Mid-Century Inspired Garden: Guest Post by Helen Bradford

  The August guest post series continues with more fun ideas for creating themes for you garden! This week we’re joined by Helen Bradford from Sydney, Australia, with some great ideas for looking to the past for garden inspiration. I love mid-century style so this is right up my alley! Looking back also blends perfectly with your