A couple of projects on the workbench today. A trio of Santa Claus made from balsam fir logs, a couple wood maps to frame out and a folding bench picnic table.
Another new project on the table. Red, white and blue. Should be an easy guess as too what its for. But I bet you will be wrong!
You’ll have to wait and see.
In the workshop today, this time making a natural wooden map. That means no paint. I just wanted to see what it would be like. I have to say, I do like it!
A lady contacted me after seeing the wood maps of Nova Scotia and asked if I could just make a Cape Breton map. Absolutely! See more here.
My dear wife found a picture of a wood wreath and asked if I could make one. “Sure”, I said. Truth be told, I’ve never made one before.
There’s always a first time for everything. 🙂
If anybody has a use for cardboard cores for crafts or something else, drop me a line. We regularly have 3 inch diameter x 36.25 inch long cores from our wide format printer. They would go usually in for recycling but I would rather see them re-used.
Ahh, the fall season… my kind of weather. That part of the year that bring about the rustic feeling of hot coffee in the morning, a good bowl of chowder or a warm fire. Speaking of fire…
The Mission: Make use of a Mason jar for a soap dispenser.
The Total Cost: $0, materials already on hand
The Total Time: 10 minutes
Gina asked if I could cut her out a letter B. She choose a font and I enlarged it to the size she wanted.