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Friday, October 22, 2010

The Whimsical Whittler in Print

We are pleased to be included in the Holiday Issue of
A Primitive Place
A new magazine featuring primitive and colonial inspired homes.


The writers at A Primitive Place devoted eleven pages
to our home, woodcarvings and studio.
They have graciously permitted us to show you a few of the
images from the magazine.

Welcome to our home!










If you would like to receive the Holiday issue of
A Primitive Place


Celebrating 19 Years!

We are honored to have been chosen to be included among the best craftsman in
Early American Life 's Holiday Directory of
Traditional American Crafts.


Celebrating our 19th year of being included in this juried competition!




Sunday, October 10, 2010

NEW HALLOWEEN DESIGNS


MASS TRANSIT
13.5"H
$320
Hold on to your hats! This flight is taking off! Stand is reminicent of antique stand with  metal wheels.
                                                                                                                                 









 HAY RIDE
12" L  8 1/2"H
$395

This carving can be customized to have your favorite costumes in the wagon!

A jolly pumpkin man is taking the kids trick or treating


ROCKING WITCH
10.5"H
$260

The witch is astride a black stripes cat and rocking on an antiqued stand.The cat is chasing a mouse.



                                                          



SCAREDY PATCH     
9.5" H
$275

How did that witch find its way into  the pumpkin patch? Frightened looks are on their faces!














SPELLS                                                                                                                                   
 10.5"H
 $320

This green faced witch is hovering over a pumpkin full of  eight Halloween characters.

Her arms are outstretched as she casts her spells over them.




FRIGHTFUL!
13.5"H
$425

 This witch is carrying some very frightful and frightened figures! There is a scary tree and ghost, a pumpkin scarecrow, bats,cat and moon, Frankenstein, cauldron, tombstones, Grim Reaper and a frightened pumpkin boy!