This 4" Heart Snowflake has many possibilities, even a decoration for Valentine's Day or other special occasions.
It is lazer cut from 1/8 inch birch plywood.
This 4 inch Royal snowflake has lots of possibilities for designs.
It's lazer cut from 1/8 in birch plywood.
This 4 inch Alpine snowflake has lots of possibilities for designs.
I really like this snowflake. It's so attractive on the tree and has many possibilities.
I really like this snowflake. It's so unusual and attractive on the tree and has many possibilities.
The bowl is made from poplar and measures 8 1/2" in dia. x 2 3/4" deep. I wanted the rim divided into 5th, so the border design could be repeated.
There are Hallingdal and Os designs for this bowl.
This angel is 4 inches high, assembled and ready to paint. She is what was used to paint the angels in the Rosemaling Angel Collection packet.
I designed this clock years ago and it has been one of my favorites and painted by other artists.
This unique ale bowl is made of poplar. The outside diameter is 8 1/2" by 2 3/4" high. The inside bowl painting area has a 5" diameter by 2" high.
This ale bowl was designed for the Hallingdal project in "Rosemaling Styles, Study and Design". The design started out as geometric, but turned into having assymmetrical features as I painted. Notice how the design goes around the central flower instead of radiating out straight from the root flower. Some of the old bowls were designed in this manner.
This 8 x 1/5 inch bowl is turned from poplar. It has a double bead on the inside just below the top which makes it unique and a useful container. It has lots of possibilities for different designs.
This small turned container is just 5 x 5 inches. It's made in the US and it great for storing dried beans, peas or even cookies.
It has great painting possibilities. So far I've painted it with Os, Hallingdal and Telemark designs.
This large, turned, bird house ornament is 5 inches long. The shapes vary since they are hand made, but are basically the same shape and size.
This small, turned, bird house ornament is about 3 inches long. The shapes vary since they are hand made, but are basically the same shape and size.
This “Bostcast” was used in the old days to hold a comb and brush. I heard they were coated with tar to keep the lice out of ones hair. I designed it to fit a large size tissue box. There is a towel bar underneath the bottom. It measures 11” x 15 ½” x 6 ¼” and is constructed out of alder.