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 and the threats to them, and contribute valuable research to preserve and protect habitats and species. Most of the items I make represent a non profit organization. When you purchase from Off The Beam, all of the proceeds from the sale minus just the cost of wood, clock parts or flameless candles are donated to the non profit the item represents. You may see something you like and find it has sold out, This is especially true of the shark and feather items, feel free to email me and I'll let you know when the next batch will be available. 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, usually only the packing tape. I often add new things to the shop, so check back occasionally and see what's new, or email me at email@example.com. I'd love to hear from you.
Thanks for stopping by! Sheri
newest additions and news
Its a new year and I've been working to get items in the shop. It is still basically empty because as soon as I make things they disappear. That's great for the non profits, and I love being able to help them help wildlife. Welcome A Place Called Hope to the Off The Beam lineup! While they are not on Cape Cod, and don't deal with marine animals, they do great work in rescuing and rehabilitating birds of prey. I made them a series of hawk and owl feather items, and they sold out immediately. I will do more, but given that the North American Right whales are headed back to the area, I'll be focusing on them for a bit before I get back to feathers. Shark fans stand by, I'll be doing sharks eventually, too. Lots to do in this little woodshop, I better get to it!