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Well I picked up some wood today from an estate sale that had been stored for over 20 years is dry storage. I have to plane it to be sure ,but I think there is some usable stuff in there. Some Black Walnut,Aromatic Cedar, Red Alder, Spalted Alder, Dogwood. Herb
This is the design that started my company. It is part of the Creative Wood Design logo. The original 3D model was created form a picture I took in East Texas of a Dogwood blossom and was produced for use as a necklace pendant in my line of jewelry. It has been reduced for use in earrings and enlarged and modified for carving this wall cross. This is a two sided carving and on the backside it is carved around the edge to produce a shdow around it when hung on the wall. This one was cut from Aspen for the white color. I have sold two of these to people that were buying them as presents for friends that are blind. The first woman that bought one said "She will be able to see this with her hands". That made me feel good.
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