Tea time ?
My winters tale. Chrisp frost sits on the golden golden hedgerows next to the fallow fields…. but within lies a warm cup of tea. Mahogany with black silica inlay, plum…
I like finishing at the moment with the classic wax
Tea light and candle holder The Yew looks lovely I think with really strong pink lines in the grain
Spalted Beech finished with hold gilt
Brass powder inlay
Few bits of yew on a bit of yew
Bought kit from woodturning shop. Not a pen expert but seemed to go together well.
Floating Maple clock finished simply with classic wax
A few quick gifts made over the holidays
This is the base of my gold leaf bowl.. At least spell checker didnt change the work this time …gggrrrrr
Not sure what touchy feely was but I made this bowl with feeling for someone but also inlaid brass on outer and gold leave and iridescent paint finish in bowl.…
Wand made from three woods that you can interchange on a thread
Last minute pumpkin and wand.
Its a round bowl but mixed up too. Its sycamore and I didnt colour it…..
Pipped lime bowl with mixed enamel colours I found in the pound shop. First attempt at mixed colour.
Rolled edge and flat base made of lime and finished with a little Danish oil
Textured base I call flames from the coal. Some texturing by hand and some with a Sorby texturing tool which i have no idea about lol
Those Donkeys cant get enough of those Ramen noodles:-)
Lime finished with sky blue, dark blue, black and white Intrinsic colours with silver wax.
Well as a honey nut thought I had better place my dipper made from Goncalo Alves offcut on my nuts. Finished of course with HS Danish oil.
Better late than never …..
I have now worked out how to do this ?