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Bee Oil

Bee Oil

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What is Bee Oil? Bee Oil is a wood conditioner, it can be used on any of your wooden items. Your cutting boards, charcuterie boards, bowls, spatulas, etc. I even… Read more

Broken and Almost Trashed

Broken and Almost Trashed

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Let me tell you about this bowl, in case you missed it on IG/FB. I had a large bowl order for a customer/friend, she wanted six unfinished stacking bowls. I… Read more

New Tool…New Excitement

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Holy bananas!! This has been the biggest upgrade to my shop and I can not tell you how absolutely over the moon I am. I am no longer limited to… Read more

Cutting Boards

Cutting Boards

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This blog is a twofer. On one hand if someone is new to the cutting board game and comes across this post and it helps then Yay! On the other… Read more

It’s Them Not You

It’s Them Not You

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Owning your own business is a huge risk, it’s a struggle but it can be the absolute best thing to happen to you. Surround yourself with other small businesses, EVEN… Read more

Ocean Pour Coffee Table

Ocean Pour Coffee Table

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I had been wanting to try a larger scale Ocean Pour but wasn’t 100% ready to. Then a customer suggested I make a coffee table and it just clicked to… Read more

Abear Branding Photography Session

Abear Branding Photography Session

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I had the pleasure of working with Caitlyn with Abear Photography! The weeks leading up to our session we discussed what I was looking for. Finally the day came when she… Read more

Baby Blanket & Newborn Photos

Baby Blanket & Newborn Photos

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I teamed up with local photographer, Abby Marie Photography, to show you what the blankets and burp rags look like with a newborn baby. Just look at this cutie! The… Read more

New Tools!

New Tools!

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When we moved from Texas to California I told my husband I wanted, no NEEDED new tools. Shortly after getting to California we headed down to Rockler and WoodCraft to… Read more

Turning a bowl

Turning a bowl

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In my YouTube video part 1 I started turning this bowl just amazed by the coloring running in the grain. It wasn’t until I ran into some chatter and when… Read more