What I have been up to recently

New Website Goes Live

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After several months of developing a new web site with the help of my Son, Adam, I am pleased to announce it is now live and ready for business. It is still work in progress and as such new products and portfolio items will be added soon. Appreciate any feedback.

Turn and Burn!

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With a little help from my glamorous assistant, we have now introduced some new lines featuring woodturning and pyrography.

Mum's are like Buttons

Mum’s are like Buttons

Tooth Fairy boxes and signs

Tooth Fairy boxes and signs

Set of four coasters with Doggy quotes

Set of four coasters with Doggy quotes

Customised dog lead holder

Jigsaw coaster set


Stock goes on sale at Nature World Centre

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A large selection of my products were delivered off at Nature World Centre, Whisby, Lincoln in time for their Christmas Craft fair running from 10 Nov 14 to 4 Jan 15.  Check out their website for more details: Click here


Getting stock ready


Getting stock ready


All stock labelled


All stock labelled


A view of one of the lakes at Whisby

Stock on display

Table all set up


Bullet Pen Supplier to the National Small-bore Rifle Association, Bisley

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They say that personal recommendations for any business is the best source of advertising.  Following an initial private sale of a Bolt Action Bullet Pen to a work colleague, he then showed his friend, who then ended up purchasing a large order of Bullet Pens.  This was fantastic in its own right, but this has recently expanded as he then showed one of my Bullet Pens to the National Small-bore Rifle Association (NSRA) who have now placed a large order for a mixture of Bolt Action and Twist Action Bullet Pens.

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Restoration Project

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‘Can you make me another leg to match this one?’  Of course I can, but which is the new one?  A nice little furniture restoration job for a customer who had an old stool that the forth leg was just a plain square leg, which had obviously been broken in the past. He wanted to replace it with a turned leg to match the others. Made from mahogany and darkened to try and match the colour

New Leg

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