Aspen log jewelry boxes from Eagle Pass, Texas

| 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

Rustic woodwork from United States

| November 21, 2009

This 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 […]

Scroll-sawings from Philippines

| November 4, 2009

These 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: lumberjocks.com/dokiselle/projects

Autumn roses from maple leafs

| November 2, 2009

Two posts ago I shared the “Autumn Dragon” made by K. Pavel from Russia . And since I got good responses, I now decided to show the roses made in same technique. Virtual lesson from Natalia. The entire sequence of manufacturing such a great bunch – in pictures and comments are here : www.lobzik.pri.ee

More carvings from Odessa, Ukraine

| October 29, 2009

These carvings are also made in plant “Polygon “. I do not know who the author is, but they are beautiful carvings. Source : www.poligon.odessa.ua

Autumn Dragon

| October 14, 2009

I found this little dragon on  www.lobzik.pri.ee and I think its very well done and so cute that I have to share it.  Its made by K. Pavel from Moscow Region , Russia . He used maple leaves, hawthorn leaves and branches of lilac, pine cones, thread, glue. So I think this qualifies as woodwork.