It was a busy weekend, what with Christmas creeping closer. It seems like there is lots of time and then all of a sudden there are only two weeks left. We clued up all the orders to get them in the mail for today. That included finishing the Nova Scotia crib board.
Between life and work we are fitting in Christmas orders. Crib boards have been popular this year, for good reason, they’re awesome.
I love Saturdays for some reason. I guess its because it feels like it is the beginning of two days of freedom to do what ever we choose. Although this time of year we always end up doing some office work to get ahead of Monday.
Besides that we managed a few other things, like a much needed power wash of the skidsteer. We didn’t want to leave the mud on it and have that freeze in place.
It has been raining off and on since Sunday so no work on outdoor projects, but it is a good time to get caught up on our indoor projects.
We’ve been working on a few Nova Scotia maps this week. One is on order and since we were doing one we decided now would be a good time to do the second one for a Christmas present. That will make one name crossed off the old Christmas list.
We had a little fun this weekend creating new Maritime themed projects.
No big projects on the go these days, but lots going on in the workshop.
This past week we designed some new wooden maps of Nova Scotia. They’ve all sold but more can be made!
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Another Atlantic Provinces group of wood maps (3ft x 6ft) completed. This one is going to a construction company in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Lindsay Construction.
Our original, hand made wood maps of Nova Scotia (and other locations) can also be made from pressure treated plywood should you wish to decorate your outdoor living space. Leave unfinished or apply a stain. This one is about 36 inches long. We can customize to the size you want.