|Project by Bagtown||posted 10-23-2012 01:50 PM||686 views||4 times favorited||2 comments|
My wife’s birthday was last week.
I did a little cabinet upcycling for a friend who is a potter.
I traded that labour for some pottery for my wife birthday present.
But I decided I had to make something myself.
So these were my last minute birthday spoons to add to her present.
The top one is made from yellow birch (scrap left over from a canoe paddle I carved earlier this year). It is about 15” long.
The bottom tasting spoon is made from some walnut scraps I dug out of the scrap box.
It’s about 9” long.
She makes soups daily at the cafe, so these should see lots of use there.
Thanks for looking,
-- Mike - In Fort McMurray Alberta