In the latter part of 2016 we made some primitive angels. Now its time to make some more. With no more pallets boards handy, I gathered some blue denim pine that’s been drying in the shop from the trees we cleared in the summer 2016.
Here is a fun project I made this past week. A live edge piece of 1 inch thick pine that features a silhouette of a deer head. 16.5 x 13 x 2.5 inches. But its more than just a silhouette cut out.
Our beautiful wood wreaths are made from locally sourced trees. A variety of birch, alder and other trees make up each wreath.
We cut this deer head silhouette from one inch thick pine that harvested locally here in north eastern Nova Scotia.
Our wooden map of Newfoundland features a detailed cut out of the island portion of the province of NL, mounted on the Newfoundland cloth tartan.
Our wooden map of Labrador features a detailed cut out of the mainland portion of the province of NL, mounted on the Newfoundland cloth tartan.
Our wooden map of Cape Breton Island features a detailed cut out of the island portion of Nova Scotia mounted on the Cape Breton cloth tartan.
Our wooden map of PEI features a detailed cut out of the island province mounted on the Prince Edward Island cloth tartan.
I have to say I enjoy cutting out these maps. Its almost therapy for me. 🙂 Each map is complete and ready to hang, a small hole is drilled in the back to hang it on the wall.
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