Above: walnut wood honey sticks
I have started making my Honey Sticks again in Walnut and Cherry wood. New design plus engraving. The holes are honey cone shaped and adding engraving makes them unique and special. I can also do custom engraving for you if you like!
These Honey Sticks work great for dipping honey!
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Above: Cherry wood honey sticks
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Below: Walnut catchall trays
After months of hard work and dedication, my NEW website is live!! I would love it if you would go take a look, here is the link: MichaelsWoodcrafts
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This is Iris versicolor, it has many names, also commonly known as the ‘Blue flag’, ‘Harlequin Blueflag’, ‘Larger Blue Flag’, ‘Northern Blue Flag’, and ‘Poison Flag’.
I planted hundreds of these two years ago and finally this year they are really beautiful! From the looks of it I will be thinning these out at the end of summer. Do you grow this iris in your garden?
Enjoy your weekend!
The Land & Water Co. has posted the picture of Chef Ruiz food presented on one of my Walnut cutting boards on their website, photo credit is Carolyn Himes!!
I had a new wood supply of Black Walnut land this week…four beautiful pieces! These came from a huge Black Walnut tree, each piece is between 11 to 13 inches wide, 4/4 thick.
All of these have beautiful markings, color and curly designs, so pretty. These are going to make some beautiful pieces after sanded and finished.
I hope you are enjoying your weekend!!!
The Clemson Tigers won today 35 to 17 against South Carolina!!!
Brrrrrrr……. The temperature this morning was 28 degrees and the wind was howling all night. It won’t be long and we will need the wool blankets and hot chocolate! The Autumn Colors are later thas year than normal.
View from our deck
This picture was taken today, Saturday, October 26th from our deck. As you can see not much change in the leaves just yet but I can tell you the leaves have started falling. With the cold nights that are forecast the leaves will be at peak in about two weeks. I am hoping for the beautiful rich colors of autumn, shades of yellow, red, and orange.
Red Oak Tree Acorns
Acorns, hickory nuts and walnuts are falling, the squirrels and turkey are feasting on all the acorns and hickory nuts.
Hickory Tree Nuts
Looks like the squirrels have been eating the hickory nuts, the green one has squirrel teeth marks.
The Black Walnuts are starting to fall and the hulls are turning black. It’s almost time to start gathering up the walnuts!