Unique cheese and serving boards crafted from highly figured domestic and exotic woods. Proceeds donated to a number of non profit organizations on Cape Cod that work to preserve, educate and foster conservation.
I love woodworking and am also a big fan of non profit organizations that rescue and rehabilitate wildlife, educate people about marine environments, the threats to them, and contribute valuable research to preserve and protect habitats and species. I learned to carve just a few years ago, and used the carving as a way to decompress from my real job as an ER nurse. I still do the nurse gig, and still love to carve and support the non profits. Many of the items I make will represent a specific non profit organization. When you purchase the item, all of the proceeds from the sale minus just the cost of wood and hardware will be donated to the non profit the item represents. I expect to have items in the shop for sale by late October. Everything here is hand carved and finished with food grade mineral oil and beeswax. I use only responsibly harvested lumber from a local source, and am careful to package items for shipment with as little plastic as possible.
Thanks for stopping by! Sheri
newest additions and news
Fall is finally here! There have been some changes in the shop, or rather, to it. I moved into a bigger, cooler space in the old tool mill and am getting ready for the holidays (which basically means I'm shoving holiday themed candy under my mask at every opportunity.) I’m also finishing up on some donated items for the non profits. I’ve got some whales going to Canada, a few going to Florida, and some feathers and birds heading for CT. Its nice that at least the woodworking gets to travel while I’m stuck home like most everyone. The shop is open and I'm working on getting things made in time for winter shopping. I've also added some items to the line up. Watch for cribbage boards, other games, and wall mounted knife racks. I'll be adding sharks, birds and whales to the store over the next several weeks. Cheers, and thanks for stopping by. Sheri OTB