Little carvings from Minnesota, USA

Posted By on December 29, 2009

These small carvings are made by T. E. Janos from Hugo, Minnesota.
The elf houses are carved out of cottonwood bark and the wood-spirit key chains are from butternut.
More of his carvings can be seen on

Chip carved plates from Scotland

Posted By on December 22, 2009

These decorative plates are made by Colin from Insch Aberdeenshire Scotland.
The plates are made of Lime (basswood).
More of his chip carved woodwork can be seen on

chip carved plate

chip carving

decorated plate

chip carved plate 2

Scroll-sawing work from Republic of Bashkortostan

Posted By on November 29, 2009

This openwork vase are made by Земляков Андрей ( Zemlyakov Andrew ) from Sterlitamak, Bashkortostan, Russia.

Its made from meadow birch plywood .
He used only the conventional hand saw and it took him about two months to complete.
Very fine and high-quality work!

Scroll-sawing by Zemlyakov Andrew

Scroll-sawing by Zemlyakov Andrew

tetail center

tetail center

tetail top

tetail top


Woodwork humour

Posted By on November 27, 2009

You know you’re a woodworker if/when:

1. You actually considered naming one of your children Delta or Bosch, but didn’t hesitate at all naming your dog Porter-Cable!

2. Your spouse thinks your new 8 inch spiral head parallelogram jointer cost less than $400…

3. You suffer a MAJOR panic attack when your wife calls you at work and says, “Don’t bother getting kindling for the fireplace, I found some in your shop”.

4. You can tell a sawdust by the taste of it in the air.

5. Your “Dream Home” is above the shop.

Aspen log jewelry boxes from Eagle Pass, Texas

Posted By on November 26, 2009

These rustic jewelry boxes are made out of naturally seasoned Aspen logs from the Rocky mountains.
I do not know who is the author of these interesting woodwork’s , but more of his creations You can see (and buy) here: logfurnituredesigns’ photostream
and here: logfurnituredesigns

unique jewelry box from aspen log six drawers aspen jewelry box

jewelry box with ten drawers jewelry box from aspen log

Rustic woodwork from United States

Posted By on November 21, 2009

TedThis twisted Red Cedar coffee table and “Caveman Mallet” are made by Ted from Pine, Colorado, United States.

He has said about his woodworking:

“My Dad was my woodworking inspiration. He created lamps and tables as a hobby. His creations were so inspiring, I finally (at the tender “young” age of 55, or so) decided to try to follow in his footsteps full-time.”

More of his woodwork’s can be seen on his website:

DeadWood Renaissance

And You can buy his work here : Available Pieces

Caveman Mallet

Caveman Mallet

Rustic Coffee Table

Rustic Coffee Table

coffee table

Carved Tree Spirits from United States.

Posted By on November 13, 2009

These carvings are located on St. Simons Island in Glynn County, Georgia, United States and are made by Keith Jennings.

Some photos are made by J. Ashwell.

These trees are not permanently damaged , the trees eventually swallow the artwork back up into their bark .

More of  his work can be seen on Keith Jennings website

Woodwork humour

Posted By on November 9, 2009

You know you’re a woodworker if/when:

1. even your wife starts to point out bits of wood in dumpsters.

2. Your dog doesn’t even flinch when you turn on the 10’ saw he is sleeping under.

3. Your dog has chewed on some of the rarest wood in the world.

4. whenever a stranger asks for directions you use all the local lumber stores as navigational markers.

5. even the suit you wear to weddings and funerals has a little glue spot on it

Gothic thrones from Northern California

Posted By on November 7, 2009

Those Gothic style medieval thrones are made by Tim Bray and Eric Elliott from a small manufacturing operation located on the Northern California coast, near the tiny hamlet of Albion, in Mendocino County.

How they are made can be seen here :

Court Thrones for The Kingdom of the West

Court Thrones for The Kingdom of the West

Court Thrones

gothic throne´s back

Travelling Thrones

Travelling Thrones

Scroll-sawings from Philippines

Posted By on November 4, 2009

roselleThese scroll-sawing feline pictures are made by Dr. Roselle P. Serna from Philippines.

She said:

” Woodworking is my stress-buster. I’m now into scrollsawing and I’m enjoying it a lot. ”

More of  her works are here:



Love and Hate

Love and Hate

Feline Family

Feline Family