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How to Plant your Botanical Smudge WildFlower Seed Paper

Each of our Botanical Sacred Smudge Bundle is accompanied with a biodegradable plantable seed paper embedded with wildflower seeds. It’s easy to plant and grow. C'mon, we'd love to see what you've grown. Send us your photos and show us your wildflower blooms. 

Here's how it works:

STEP 1 Prepare your pot. Fill it with good potting soil. The paper can be planted indoors or outdoor. Place the paper under a thin layer of soil, about 1/8 inch. Tamp down gently.

STEP 2 After planting your seed paper, give it a good soak but not swimming in water. Water during germination. During the first 10 days, keep the soil moist at all times. Water is necessary for the seeds to germinate.

STEP 3 Watch them grow! Once the sprouts appear, continue to keep the soil moist but do not overwater. Once the plants are sturdier, water as needed. ENJOY!

Placer le papier renfermant des graines de fleurs sauvages sous une mince couche de terre dans un endroit ensoleillé. Arroser abondamment. Garder humide pendant la germination. Admirer les fleurs.

DIY Kids Dream Catcher

   

An all-time favourite craft activity for Kids, especially during this spring break and upcoming summer season. Let kids spend hours of creative fun learning to create their very own colourful dream catcher projects. Let kids take pride in every creation they make. Take a look at these pictures from our proud young crafters.

Handmade Means More

Create your very own Dream Catcher! Perfect for sharing with family and friends especially during this period of social distancing. You are encouraged to add personal mementos to your dream catcher to give your personal meaning and energy. Each kit comes with super-easy how-to instructions. Specialty kits include genuine semi-precious stones.  

Kits available: Friendship - in assorted bright or natural colours in 2" or 3" rings, in sets of 2's or 4's; Nurture, Healing, Spirit Seeker and Family specialty kits are available in 2.5" rings in sets of 2's.

Also available is our fully stocked 4-sided wood counter display program. A program consists of 84 assorted Dream Catcher Kits. Display size is 9"x9"x24" and available in natural finish.

Focus on the Positive

As we embrace our new normal we want to help you share words of optimistic hope. Featuring our POPULAR Greeting Cards - inspired and created during this global pandemic.

Available in two styles:

1.) Inspirational Dream Catcher Greeting cards - in 6 watercolour splash designs and includes a handmade 2" dream catcher gift. Sold in packs of 3.

2.) Six assorted DREAM Greeting Card designs to encourage positive dreaming - so important in these challenging times! Sold in packs of 6. 

 

From Humble Beginnings

The business began as a mobile retail unit traveling from Pow-Wow to Pow-Wow throughout North America in the family van. During slow times the family sold to stores. When the demand from stores increased, it persuaded the family to set-up an office location in British Columbia. The needs of the retailers grew and a new direction was taken by the family in order to satisfy this demand – thus Monague Native Crafts was established as a wholesale business in 1982.

Without any formal business training, the owner, Sandi Monague Roy, developed the company while raising five daughters, two who have grown up in the company and are now an integral part of the business.  The family is a member of the Beausoleil First Nations of Ontario (Ojibway).

The Governor General awarded Sandi Monague Roy with the “Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada.” Extensive traveling has given the family exposure to many different groups and cultures around the world, which has resulted in a keen family interest to share experiences and knowledge with other Developing Peoples and with our youth, our future leaders.

Monague Native Crafts’ dedicated team has developed the company to become the leading supplier of Canadian Native souvenirs and giftware items, offering the highest quality and superior customer service.  All products are crafted by hand.  The company gives hiring priority to First Nations People and Women in Development.

Women in Development

Outstanding Commitment to Inclusive Hiring (Small Business) 2019

Because of your patronage of our Canadian-handmade-products in 2019, more than 80 women were provided with an opportunity to make an income while at home and feel good about themselves and their ability to contribute to their families.

Thank you, our loyal customers, for supporting HANDMADE in CANADA in these times of mass production and mass manufacturing. We are so grateful for the opportunity to honour our cultural traditions of crafting and working in the home, creating products with meaning.


The Inclusive Employers Excellence Awards recognize businesses that are committed to hiring people with barriers to employment and was presented to Monague Native Crafts by Archway Community Services of Abbotsford in partnership with Communitas Supportive Care Society.

Sharing our Success

Your patronage of Monague Native Crafts goes a long way. Through your support, we are so pleased to have been able to offer support to young author OWEN SPEARS who recently self-published his memoir HOUR FOUR Surviving the Earthquake in Haiti.

Sharing our success is something that is at the heart of our business, and of our owner Sandi Monague Roy, whose goal is to support others in their growth and development. We are proud to have had the opportunity to contribute to the original mission of the Kootenay Christian Fellowship when they traveled to Haiti in 2010 on a humanitarian project, arriving hours before the terrible earthquake hit.

We were then able to continue to support Owen who returned to Haiti to assist in the rebuilding of the village in 2011 and again further supporting his attendance at the Dr. Wayne Dyer Writers Seminar in 2015. Owen, who has cerebral palsy, sets a huge example for everyone as he gives selflessly of himself and strives to be the best that he can be. Your patronage of our Canadian handmade product is what spurs us in our desire to give back for our blessings and we are so proud of what Owen has accomplished.

Owen Spears will donate $5 of every purchase of his book to the charity “Haiti Arise,” a community-based charity that develops leaders through education, and includes a medical centre and orphanage.

How to Plant your Botanical Smudge WildFlower Seed Paper

Each of our Botanical Sacred Smudge Bundle is accompanied with a biodegradable plantable seed paper embedded with wildflower seeds. It’s easy to plant and grow. C'mon, we'd love to see what you've grown. Send us your photos and show us your wildflower blooms. 

Here's how it works:

STEP 1 Prepare your pot. Fill it with good potting soil. The paper can be planted indoors or outdoor. Place the paper under a thin layer of soil, about 1/8 inch. Tamp down gently.

STEP 2 After planting your seed paper, give it a good soak but not swimming in water. Water during germination. During the first 10 days, keep the soil moist at all times. Water is necessary for the seeds to germinate.

STEP 3 Watch them grow! Once the sprouts appear, continue to keep the soil moist but do not overwater. Once the plants are sturdier, water as needed. ENJOY!

Placer le papier renfermant des graines de fleurs sauvages sous une mince couche de terre dans un endroit ensoleillé. Arroser abondamment. Garder humide pendant la germination. Admirer les fleurs.

DIY Kids Dream Catcher

   

An all-time favourite craft activity for Kids, especially during this spring break and upcoming summer season. Let kids spend hours of creative fun learning to create their very own colourful dream catcher projects. Let kids take pride in every creation they make. Take a look at these pictures from our proud young crafters.

Handmade Means More

Create your very own Dream Catcher! Perfect for sharing with family and friends especially during this period of social distancing. You are encouraged to add personal mementos to your dream catcher to give your personal meaning and energy. Each kit comes with super-easy how-to instructions. Specialty kits include genuine semi-precious stones.  

Kits available: Friendship - in assorted bright or natural colours in 2" or 3" rings, in sets of 2's or 4's; Nurture, Healing, Spirit Seeker and Family specialty kits are available in 2.5" rings in sets of 2's.

Also available is our fully stocked 4-sided wood counter display program. A program consists of 84 assorted Dream Catcher Kits. Display size is 9"x9"x24" and available in natural finish.

Focus on the Positive

As we embrace our new normal we want to help you share words of optimistic hope. Featuring our POPULAR Greeting Cards - inspired and created during this global pandemic.

Available in two styles:

1.) Inspirational Dream Catcher Greeting cards - in 6 watercolour splash designs and includes a handmade 2" dream catcher gift. Sold in packs of 3.

2.) Six assorted DREAM Greeting Card designs to encourage positive dreaming - so important in these challenging times! Sold in packs of 6. 

 

From Humble Beginnings

The business began as a mobile retail unit traveling from Pow-Wow to Pow-Wow throughout North America in the family van. During slow times the family sold to stores. When the demand from stores increased, it persuaded the family to set-up an office location in British Columbia. The needs of the retailers grew and a new direction was taken by the family in order to satisfy this demand – thus Monague Native Crafts was established as a wholesale business in 1982.

Without any formal business training, the owner, Sandi Monague Roy, developed the company while raising five daughters, two who have grown up in the company and are now an integral part of the business.  The family is a member of the Beausoleil First Nations of Ontario (Ojibway).

The Governor General awarded Sandi Monague Roy with the “Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada.” Extensive traveling has given the family exposure to many different groups and cultures around the world, which has resulted in a keen family interest to share experiences and knowledge with other Developing Peoples and with our youth, our future leaders.

Monague Native Crafts’ dedicated team has developed the company to become the leading supplier of Canadian Native souvenirs and giftware items, offering the highest quality and superior customer service.  All products are crafted by hand.  The company gives hiring priority to First Nations People and Women in Development.

Women in Development

Outstanding Commitment to Inclusive Hiring (Small Business) 2019

Because of your patronage of our Canadian-handmade-products in 2019, more than 80 women were provided with an opportunity to make an income while at home and feel good about themselves and their ability to contribute to their families.

Thank you, our loyal customers, for supporting HANDMADE in CANADA in these times of mass production and mass manufacturing. We are so grateful for the opportunity to honour our cultural traditions of crafting and working in the home, creating products with meaning.


The Inclusive Employers Excellence Awards recognize businesses that are committed to hiring people with barriers to employment and was presented to Monague Native Crafts by Archway Community Services of Abbotsford in partnership with Communitas Supportive Care Society.

Sharing our Success

Your patronage of Monague Native Crafts goes a long way. Through your support, we are so pleased to have been able to offer support to young author OWEN SPEARS who recently self-published his memoir HOUR FOUR Surviving the Earthquake in Haiti.

Sharing our success is something that is at the heart of our business, and of our owner Sandi Monague Roy, whose goal is to support others in their growth and development. We are proud to have had the opportunity to contribute to the original mission of the Kootenay Christian Fellowship when they traveled to Haiti in 2010 on a humanitarian project, arriving hours before the terrible earthquake hit.

We were then able to continue to support Owen who returned to Haiti to assist in the rebuilding of the village in 2011 and again further supporting his attendance at the Dr. Wayne Dyer Writers Seminar in 2015. Owen, who has cerebral palsy, sets a huge example for everyone as he gives selflessly of himself and strives to be the best that he can be. Your patronage of our Canadian handmade product is what spurs us in our desire to give back for our blessings and we are so proud of what Owen has accomplished.

Owen Spears will donate $5 of every purchase of his book to the charity “Haiti Arise,” a community-based charity that develops leaders through education, and includes a medical centre and orphanage.

Contact Us

For Inquiries/Pour Les Renseignements email: info@monague.com


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