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Feedback From Other Folks

From Laura Watt, Heritage Interpretation, Grey Roots Museum & Archives, Owen Sound, ON

The slates look amazing, thank you, I canít wait to use them in our program! And thank you for allowing us to arrange for an in-person pick up!

From Deanna Bullard, Education Co-ordinator, Chatham - Kent Museum

I'd like to place another order for the spool tops with launchers. (.......)

The kids did a fine job painting them, and just loved playing with them. It never ceases to amaze me how the simple toys impress the kids.


From Maryellen Birk - a retail customer purchasing toys as Christmas Gifts

Dear John and Jim,

When I arrived home last evening, I was delighted to find a package from Faire Tyme Toys waiting for me. I couldn't wait to open it, but I had to. WHY? Because someone certainly knows how to tape boxes! I thought I'd never get it opened.

I finally pulled the last tape away and inside I found your handwritten note, a gift for me (the calendar), and finally, your wonderful toys.

Thank you so very much for your kindness (and speed!). I love the toys, and I am quite certain that the people (both adults and children) who will be receiving them, will love them as well.

I have always liked to include a bit of old fashioned simplicity in my celebrations of Christmas. Handmade things are to me gifts from the heart, and isn't that really what it is all about?

So from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU for making this Christmas a very lovely one, both for me, and for people I love.

Best Wishes for a very Merry Christmas to both of you and for a New Year filled with Joy, Peace and Good Fortune!



From Kerry Lyn Smith, Creative Director, Lucy Locket

Hi John,

I don't think I mentioned this to you when I sent in my new order. I just wanted to tell you about one of my customers. I was at the Ottawa Carleton Teachers Conference last week. I had the school slates from your company on my table. One of the teachers I met was so excited about the slate, he was almost in tears. He bought the slate, not for his classroom, but for his mother as a gift. She had used a slate like that when she was in school.

It was so touching. Just thought you might like to know how much your products are appreciated.



From a customer named Brian in Canada speaking of his Dad and Daughter making a Limberjack toy together from our plans.

Thank you John for your help. The "doll" was a great success. My daughter enjoyed making it with my dad and using coping saw, drill press, filing and sanding. She then painted the doll and had a great sales pitch for her class.

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