- wooden toys
In June 2015, Nick and I had the privilege of speaking to a group of creative entrepreneurs and artists at Provo's Creative Collaborative. We talk about the history of our business (and how it started with a single wooden toy), growth, hard work, goals, challenges, and a long, fun Q&A at the end.
See our own family enjoying our developmental wooden toys.
Country Living Magazine contacted us over a year ago, expressing interest in featuring us (and our wood toys) in their Making a Country Living column. In July, they gave us just about a week's warning that we would have a photo shoot in our home! A freelance photographer came up from Chicago and we spent a hot August day in clothes fitting for a December issue. A phone interview, fact checking, waiting and waiting and... it arrived in the mail today! Read the text below. Cabinetmaker Nick Christensen wasn't looking to switch careers in 2007 when he crafted a...