After lunch, it was still raining and heavy at times. Best thing to do is spend the day indoors making sawdust. I made some small angels to go along with the larger angels made earlier this week.
A couple of people contacted me about combining the design on my wooden maps with cribbage boards. Worth a shot I figured. It was only when I realized I had to drill 361 holes did I begin to understand the amount of work involved.
This snowman didn’t take too long to come together, measures about 18 inches tall. A bit of cutting, nailing and painting topped with a red ribbon and some holly, makes a great Christmas gift idea.
With some scrap log bits, there must be something that can be made from it.
With a few simple boards from the wood pile, I made a couple of these primitive craft angels today. Continue reading Primitive Angels
My ‘winter white’ Nova Scotia wood map No. 17 measures about 20 inches long. The boards are rough sawn using a chainsaw, then the coastline is cut out with another saw. Continue reading Nova Scotia Wood Map No.17
Here is a wood map of Cape Breton I cut as a request from a new customer who wanted the ‘positive’ image. When I cut wood projects like this I refer to them as the ‘positive’ and the ‘negative’. Continue reading Cape Breton Wood Map No.3
Introducing our newest collection of woodworking crafts, our ‘Timber People’. We start off our collection with a nod towards a Royal Guardsman from Buckingham Palace, along with female and male RCMP officers.
Continue reading New Timber People craft projects
Ever get an idea in your head that will not leave? 🙂 This is what was in my head for the past month and the only way to get it out was to create it.
Continue reading Wood map of Scotland