This here is a pecan wood Nazi pistol display. My buddy’s grandpa brought this German handgun back from WWII.
A carved maple sign for Mama Bird Murals
My mom stopped by the feed store right around the corner from the house I grew up in and showed them my promo sheet for customranchsigns.com. Some days she just drives around town and hands out my flyers. Well, the owner, Jack, dug it and ended up ordering a sign to hang in the store. Thanks, mom.
It’s about time you found this clock! This Dia de los Muertos clock is made with locally sourced hardwood, and takes about 22 hours to carve. It’s finished with a dark walnut stain and a thick clear coat.
A very nice lady a few states east of us is coming up on her fifth wedding anniversary. Traditionally, the fifth anniversary gift is made of wood. Well, this lady and her husband recently started a deer farm and asked us to make a wooden ranch sign to give to her husband for their anniversary.
Bonnie Jean, our baby girl, is 8 months old, has two bottom teeth, and luuuuvs her wooden teethers. I don’t know if it’s the taste, texture, consistency, or something else that makes her enjoy chewing on maple wood, but I do know that she looks totally radical while munching on her Saguaro Cactus All Natural Maple Wooden Teether!!!
This thing is 3.75” wide, 5.75” tall, and 1” thick.
It’s made of all natural, untreated maple hardwood.
We get the wood from a guy in Guthrie, OK who cuts down trees that people don’t want in their yards anymore.
A fellow in Brooklyn sent me his copy of Huckleberry Finn to be carved.
Hat & lasso ranch sign
This one is for a friend; he owes me a lunch now.
As I post this, The Thunder is playing The Heat in a probable preview of this season’s final series… We’re wining BTW. Thunder up!!! (design by Colin Butler)
Just finished cutting on the dia de los muertos CLOCK (the first design [see below] was a thermometer) and the mohawk book. The book is (or was) titled The Golden Spiders, by Rex Stout, and was published in 1953.
The Day of the Dead can be a real bummer if you don’t have a thermometer nearby. You might not even realize you’re melting - cause you’re Modelo’s keeping you cool - until you look up at your trusty sugar skull thermometer. This termómetro is hot stuff.
More carved books.