Wesley saves Christmas! A client needed more than 300 solid walnut ornaments in time for Christmas, so that’s what they got.
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I’m giving away ornaments to three lucky winners!
▶ To enter, send your name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
▶ Your information will be used ONLY for this giveaway, then I’ll toss it in the trash bin.
▶ Three winners will be selected on Monday, December 17.
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▶ The design is based on a metal piece by artist William Millsap, who passed away in December of 2017. The whereabouts of the original piece are unknown; only a photo exists. Designer Charlie Pruitt interpreted the piece as a digital topographic rendering, which I adapted to work as a wood carving.
▶ Running two blanks on the robot, yielding 7 ornaments each, took exactly 3 hours to carve.
Making 300 Walnut Christmas Ornaments