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The possibilities with wood are nearly as endless as your imagination! We use wood for so many of our everyday activities. Browse a sampling of items that I have made for sale or for our family’s own use over the years, and message me with your own inspiration for a custom-made, hand-crafted wooden object for your home!

all kinds of serving ware, including a variety of spoons, spatulas and scoops
everything you need for your table! serving dishes, bowls of all sizes, even candle holders

hand-carved bowls of all shapes and sizes
a built-in spoon rest adds a little convenience
chopsticks are a great addition to tableware options!
all kinds of trays and boxes for storage and organization
all kinds of dinner ware, including spoons, spreaders, butter knives and even forks
lots of options for desktop organization! canisters with the bark on or off, or more modern hand-drilled holders customized to fit

pieces follow the natural curves and characteristics of the wood. knotholes become draining spoons, curves form handles. many pieces are left natural, but may be blackened for a more dramatic finish.

sometimes, you’ve got a great tool, and you just need a new handle, and I can do that, too!
chairs and benches and stools, from modern to rustic, frame-built or staked or turned, live-edge or traditional, natural finish or blackened or carved

Sometimes, a project just comes up – and a lot of times, it can be made out of wood! Tables installed right out on the farm, new screen doors for summer, new handles for the propane stove, even a wooden sink! I enjoy a challenge, and I enjoy using the properties of wood, even in unexpected applications. I hope some of these more unusual projects will inspire you with ideas about all of the possibilities, from the tree to your home!

When you’re working outside, sometimes, you just want a nice spot to set your cup of coffee down! I enjoy working with what’s available in the landscape to create spaces where we can take a moment to enjoy God’s creation.
I am in the process of building a farmhouse-style kitchen sink, and it’s always good to start with a prototype!
This bathroom sink is made from Eastern White Pine, dovetailed, and finished with epoxy and marine varnish. The simple stand, with one tray shelf, is also of Eastern White Pine. It’s working great!
A votive holder, to remind you of that little cabin in the Maine woods…
When it came time to replace a screen door, I opted for cedar. I made removable panels of no-see-um screening, so that I can swap them out with glass panels seasonally.
When the plastic knob on our camp-stove broke, it was a perfect time for an upgrade!
A mahogany knob with a little decorative gouging, finished with marine varnish for durability and easy cleaning.
One great thing about making it yourself is the ability to customize. Toothbrushes, combs, shelf spacing, towel bar, all adjustable to what you keep on-hand for daily use.

Just a few things to think about! Wood is such a versatile medium – contact me with your own ideas and inspiration to get started on your unique, hand-crafted piece!

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