Here is a closer look at a project I called A Taste of Leavenworth. I carved it for and donated it to the Taste of Leavenworth fundraiser for the Leavenworth Historical Society.
There are many types of duck decoys out there, and there are many ways to make a duck decoy. I’ll show you one way to do it and I’ll guide you through the process step by step.
Would you like to make a keepsake chest? In this article, I’ll show you how I made this uniquely themed keepsake chest, The Leavenworth.
The Wood Spirit is said to rule the forest. He is very elusive and folks rarely if ever see him. Here I’ll show you how to carve your very own.
So you want to carve a cowboy boot? When I carve a boot, I like to use wood that is easy to carve but that will not split or break easily, since the boot is fairly small. Here’s how I do it.
At The Woodcarver’s Cabin I pride myself in keeping things simple and starting with the basics where possible. Here I will show you how I make a box for a simple keepsake chest.
See how all the individual carvings and other elements come together to form the carousel rounding boards display.
This is is a brief description of how I make a cypress knee santa. I start out with a basic cypress knee from the swamps of Georgia.
Carousel rounding boards are the decorative panels you find at the top of carousels. I had the opportunity to make reproductions of some of these and this is how it went.
The Eldridge relief carved sign was a commission job for Megan. She wanted to get her dad something unique for Christmas and asked if I could carve a sign for him.