|Project by robbinscabin||posted 07-02-2013 03:14 AM||8155 views||15 times favorited||34 comments|
It’s been a while since I posted any new photos but I’ve just finished a big batch of new Rustic Screen Doors. I feel like I get a little better with every carving I do. The designs are getting more complex and I’m loving the challenge that they present.
Picture #1 ~ All of the latest doors, lined up against our fence. This photo got my Facebook page 100 likes in 24 hours, 40+ Shares, and over 4000 views. I was stunned!
Picture #2 ~ “Loon Love” Pretty typical Mountain Pond scene featuring Loons – A favorite Adirondack bird by many.
Picture #3 ~ “Bear and Cub: Welcome” This is a new design for me and I have to say I LOVE that Cub! But Hubby seems to think it’s a little “cutsie”. Maybe, he’s right but I still LOVE that CUB!
Picture #4 ~ “Woodland Moose” Moose are our most popular design so we make lots of them but I love how the carved “twig work” accents the woodland scene.
Picture #5 ~ “Moose and Eagle” A simple door featuring two of the most requested carvings ~ Moose and Eagle.
Picture #6 ~ “Buckshot and Leaves” I’ve made several deer doors and had really started using the carved “twig work” a lot. So I decided at the last minute to change it up a little and replace the small twigs with leaves. I really love the overall look.
I’m still using pine and hardwood plywood to create the doors. I sometimes get comments from people about using “better” materials but I remind them that Jeans started out as the working man’s pants. Today, Jeans are FASHION! So, I make plywood fashionable! LOL
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