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 little trunk box I designed with ideas from a little old metal box my mother had. It's just a great size for jewelry or special trinkets. There are many things that can be painted on this box.
It is beautifully made from poplar and measurers 7 x 2 x 3 inches.
This wonderful tray is made from poplar with a double sided birch bottom. It's beautifully made to measure approximately 11 x 16 x 1.
This is a great project piece and wonderful for small areas where you need a towel.
It has a single wooden peg and measures 6 x 8.5 x 3/4 inches. It is well made from poplar.
This is a great box I designed years ago for storing watches or even necklaces or bracelets. I've painted a number of designs on it over the years.
It measures 4 x 12 x 2 inches and is beautifully made from poplar.
I designed this yarn tine to hold the yarn while I'm knitting so the cats can't play with it, or to keep it from getting tangled up in the chair, etc. It has two holes in the top where the yarn feeds through, so two colors, or two projects, can be used at once.
The yarn tine has been remade with a few slight changes. It still functions the same.
This spoon was beautifully carved by Paul Brooks from poplar. It's very graceful and can accomodate a number of different kinds of designs.
It measures 9 x 3.5 inches.
This spoon is beautifully hand-carved by Paul Brooks. It is made from poplar and I love the shape. It has great many more possibilities I haven't had time to paint yet.
It measures 9.5 x 3.5 inches.
This porridge spoon is hand carved by Paul Brooks. It's beautifully made from poplar and fits wonderfully in the right hand for scooping.
It measurers 9.5 x 2 inches.
This spoon is beautifully hand-carved by Paul Brooks. It is made from poplar and had a great painting space for a number of different kinds designs.
This spoon is beautifully hand-carved by Paul Brooks. It is made from poplar and had a great painting space for a number of designs.
It measures 9.5 x 3.75 inches.
This adorable little box is turned from poplar and the lid turned from birch or other hardwood limbs when available. Otherwise it's turned with a rounded turned lid. It's a great hiding place for that special ring, gem or baby tooth.
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 ten inch plate is made from poplar and has double beads on the inside and one on the outside, making it quite interesting.
This small serving tray is 10 by 16 inches. A perfect size for serving beverages and/or a small snack. I used it for the "Rosemaling in Hallingdal" and "Rosemaling in Valdres" DVD projects.
I designed this clock years ago and have now remade it in a slightly larger size to accomodate a two inch movement. It's 4.5 x 9 x 2 inches.