Hand Carved Wood Address Signs

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Hand Carved Wood Address Sign

The client wanted natural - and it was delivered in a rustic wood.  This sign was hand crafted from old cherry and walnut barn wood.  The rough cut of the cherry was left on the surface and the lighter area was chiseled out to create a beautiful contrast.  The design called for a center element which fell directly on the split of the planks.  Tom chiseled out a hole and used some walnut to create the line.  A bit of cherry was then added as a three dimensional leaf.  The frame was also crafted from the old walnut barn wood to finish the sign.

Carving barn wood is an interesting challenge since the wood features natural weathering and cracks from stress and drying.  When finished, extra finishing care was given to any stress fractures.  The goal is to keep these elements and at the same time, reduce any further damage to the wood as a result of future weathering.

If you are looking for a rustic style barn wood sign, e-mail Tom!

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Crafty Owl Primitives * Tom & Dierdre Crowl
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