Here are some really nice examples of wood inlay that I saw at a gift shop in the El Yunque rainforest near Luquillo, Puerto Rico.
For sale is a lovely tiny cedar chest. It was sanded, refinished, and then we added our signature wood inlaid top. This inlay pattern features purple heart, kingwood, and zebrawood. Butterfly hinges and hardware added. Dimensions: app. 3.5" wide, 5.25"... Continue Reading →
Today I put the finishing touches on an inlay wall plate to cover an old light switch box in the living room. I think it looks a little better than the plastic one it replaced.:)
Yesterday I found three small cedar chests at the thrift store. They were various souvenirs from Mississippi to California with interesting, somewhat tacky tops. I figured they could use a little TLC so I sanded the tops in preparation for... Continue Reading →
This week I got a great deal on a Windsor Designs hardwood work bench. I put it together yesterday. Now I'm ready for REAL work!
This evening I put together several locust and black walnut pieces from my found stock. I hope to use these as sides for jewelry boxes. I also put together two walnut tops in bookend fashion.