Have you ever felt it ?

16 Feb

I’ve felt it. My kids have felt it. But the question is, have you?

Our next featured mom is Lois Graham, Story Time Felt Team Leader from Western NC.

stf_top“As a wife and home schooling mother of two I can engage my children with hands on learning. Story Time Felts has made a impressive difference in their learning, creativity , and imagination! They have learned goal setting, gain confidence, business skills, and more by being my assistants.

Once upon a time….My children loved the felt and wanted more. I wanted to have a party and earn Free felt. Since there was not a consultant in the area, I joined.  Soon I saw difference that felt makes and others wanted to know more.

Being a Story Time Felts Consultant has opened up doors and dreams I never thought possible. The support and incentives that the company offers is fantastic! I love being able to stay at home with my family, make money, and share these great high quality educational tools with others. This is a “felt”astic company and product!”  ~ Lois Graham

There are several ways to be involved in Story Time Felt. You can host home parites, online parties, or even become a consultant yourself among other things.

Be sure to ask Lois about her business opportunities and check out her site. She has included samples to be included in each goody bag given away this week. Ask any questions you might have. She’s here to answer.

In Home Party

  • Stories and songs and activities demonstrated
    by a local Consultant
  • Door prize drawing
  • About 1 hour
  • Children welcome
Catalog Party

  • Packet mailed to you, including 5 catalogs, order forms and other marketing materials
  • 1 felt sample
  • 1 week to collect orders
  • Meet in our chat room at a specified time.
  • Door prize drawing
  • About 1 hour
  • Orders taken entirely online through website or email

Posted by on February 16, 2009 in encouragement


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13 responses to “Have you ever felt it ?

  1. unwriter1

    February 16, 2009 at 9:28 pm

    with a new granddaughter, felt would be great. It’s soft and easy to use. I may check into this more at a later time (she’s only three weeks old).

  2. Lois Graham

    February 16, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Thank you for stopping by.
    Felt gives you opportunities to encourage creativity, learning, and imagination in children.

    Did you know…

    * the average child watches upwards of four hours of television every day?
    * watching too much television can seriously impair your child’s ability for learning?
    * studies show that children need time for creative play and multi-sensory experiences to make learning most effective?

    Are you looking for ways to entertain your children without tv or video games? Do you want something educational, fun, and that is Made in the U.S.A? Story Time Felts can help!

    I have a variety of products for infants through fourth grade. Some of my products include:
    Boy or girl dolls with their picture or a picture of someone they love on it.
    Quiet books
    Bible stories
    Educational boards – US Map, Solar system, and more.
    Hand puppets
    and much more

  3. Lois Graham

    February 16, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    I offer great rewards for Online, Catalog, or Home hostesses!

    *Free Felt – Earn Free product credit and shipping as your party’s sales totals grow past $100.!

    *Half-Price Item – Order any Story Time Felt product at 1/2 price* with a qualifying party of $100 retail sales. * Excluding products that are special orders, monthly specials, collections and the Deluxe Bible Sets.

    *Booking Certificates – Receive a $15 Booking Bonus Certificate for each guest who schedules a party at your qualified party. You can redeem the certificate at your guest’s qualified party when it is held within three months.** Booking rewards are available only for parties at which retail sales are over $100.

    *Hostess Exclusives – Hostesses can purchase or earn free, a Hostess Exclusive created only for them and discounted on a monthly basis, when they have a qualifying party!

  4. Lois Graham

    February 16, 2009 at 10:15 pm

    Join my team!

    Our compensation plan is designed to make it easy for the even the busiest women to earn extra income. You can set your own earning level. No sales quotas are required to keep your business active. You decide when you want a raise and a promotion. You are your own boss, which allows you to set your own course. Of course, there’s lots of help along the way!

  5. Lois Graham

    February 16, 2009 at 10:25 pm

    Congratulations Unwriter 1 on your new grand daughter! I have nursery rhyme felt and CD’s that are super to use with babies. It gives you communication with them and teaches them a solid foundation for reading in the future.
    Farm or zoo puppets are also soft and bright way to way help babies with their vision and they cannot be swallowed. You can also use them to put an ice or warming pack in for those days when they don’t feel so well.
    Enjoy your time with her. They grow fast!

  6. Lea Schizas

    February 17, 2009 at 1:05 am

    What a great business opportunity and fun way to stay in contact with children.

    Is this available anywhere outside of the US?

  7. Katie Hines

    February 17, 2009 at 1:39 am

    It sounds good, but you don’t really say what Story Time Felt is! Still, I’m all for more hands-on stuff for our kids to use in the educational process.

  8. Lois Graham

    February 17, 2009 at 1:41 am

    This is a fun business Lea. Thank you for the question.

    We are a USA only direct sales company but anyone interested in a reseller account can email me and I can get them more information.

    I can ship products outside of the US if you contact me directly.

  9. Lois Graham

    February 17, 2009 at 2:00 am

    Katie, thank you for the comment.
    Story Time Felts are felt board stories and visual aids for learning and open-ended play.

    Some of the stories are folk tales, princess, fairy tales, farm, stories that go with books (exp. The Mitten) , Bible stories, and many more.
    An example of other products are photo dress-up dolls, felt activity books, finger plays, puppets, audio story and song CD’s and more.

    You can see all the products at

    Felt is good for a variety of children and adults. Homeschoolers, autistic, special needs, librarians, teachers, Montessori schools, and preschools are just a few who can benefit. from felt. See, touch, listen, and learn!

  10. Nancy Lewis

    February 17, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    I love your site here with Kat. I think you did a great job. Keep up the good work as you continue being a at home working mom.

  11. Lois Graham

    February 17, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Thank you for stopping by Nancy. I try to encourage not only my customers and teammates but anyone involved with children to spend time reading and playing with them. When you touch the heart and mind of a child you can change the future.

  12. Susie Rizzo

    February 17, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    How wonderful to have you and your business ‘highlighted’! Everything seems great and I just spent the last hour checking out your site and Kat’s. It’s great being able to work while home with your children. You can tell how much love and care you put into your family and business (and you are enjoying it too)! Thanks for sharing it with me!
    I know you will continue your success at home with your family nd business.

  13. Lois Graham

    February 17, 2009 at 8:24 pm

    Susie, Thank you for noticing about my family.
    My family is why I am a part of Story Time Felts. Working from home is a great way to teach your children values and skills that will help them throughout their lives. Story Time Felts believes that your family should be first and respects that. Our theme this month is “Love Your Kids, Love Your Business.”


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