Monthly Archives: February 2015

More to life than this?

I often feel the grip of modern living tightening and stifling me. I have tried hard to keep the amount of screen time at a minimum but all the same technology and the fast pace of life keeps seeping back … Continue reading

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Woodworking and … Fashion?

I would consider myself as one who believes function over fashion so my latest project has been a bit of a stretch for me. For my wife’s birthday, I made her some wooden earrings and enjoyed the process so much … Continue reading

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Water of life

“Uisce beatha” is Gaelic for “water of life” and from where we get the word whiskey. This was the inspiration for this Butternut whiskey cup. The carving on the handle represents both the water and fire elements and there unlikely … Continue reading

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Woodenware

I have been busy lately but managed to list some new woodenware that’s ready to ship on my etsy. For prices and purchasing visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/wilderwoodworking or message me and I can send you a paypal invoice.

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