Nori is based on the hairy Scandinavian trolls. She is fully jointed with needle felted eyes and wired fingers. Nori is 16″ in total length. She wears a removable fur collar and is stuffed with love. Nori, pictured above, is made from hand dyed wool and a premium faux fur. You may substitute the wool … Continue reading
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Perhaps one of your resolutions is to read more in the coming year? Let me help you out! For every copy of Hapenny Magick or Tangled Magick purchased in January I will send you a FREE copy of the Hapenny Herald which includes news from the Wedge, a crossword puzzle to challenge your Wedge knowledge, … Continue reading
Magick, Come to Life! What do you do when you’re the village’s tiniest resident, and all odds seemed stacked like a tower of trolls against you? Call on your friends…and a little magick! Fans of New Hampshire author Jennifer Carson’s charming adventure story, Hapenny Magick, will soon be able to be a part of Maewyn’s … Continue reading
The Hapenny Herald is a newspaper from the Wedge, the village of Hapennies from my children’s novels Hapenny Magick and Tangled Magick. This is the premier issue of The Hapenny Herald and includes stories about Wedge residents, classifieds, birth announcements, obituaries, advertisements, and even a crossword puzzle. It also contains a brand new illustration from … Continue reading
From my new children’s book, Tangled Magick, the sequel to Hapenny Magick, comes Huldfrejya, the troll queen in the tale. She captures the happennies and turns them into slaves…but is she really the villain? She’s about 14″ tall with a face only a mother could love. I’ve made her from hand dyed wool but she … Continue reading
Avril, The Goblin Traveler. I caught this guy trying to steal eggs from our chicken coop! Luckily he only got away with one and a nice black feather from the rooster. I don’t think he’ll be back, but I’ll be on the lookout for those red boots! Avril is made from hand-dyed wool, but you … Continue reading
Making a musical is a lot of work, but how can I complain about something that I love so much? I can’t! It was wonderful getting to work with William Ogmundson on this project and we have a show that we can be proud of. Not only did I get to work with Will, … Continue reading