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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Go Green!

Sorry to have skipped yesterday's post, but I took a much needed computer vacation! Now, back to blogging...


This is what we are all about! Michael loves to re-purpose whenever possible, and here is an example. He saw this amazing wood from a shipping crate at work. He thought he could make some very cool cutting boards (yes, we have more than one) from it...

This board is made from an unknown exotic wood (sometimes referred to as "jungle wood"). It is very lightweight. There are very cool nail marks on the back (seen in last picture). Handmade by Michael and hand finished with 100% food safe exotic nut oil. The board pictured is the one you are purchasing. It measures 13" by 4 3/4" and 5/8" thick. Perfect size for use as a sandwich board! Or if you'd rather, use it as a display board. Place candles or incense on it. Decorative and functional!
If you'd like to see the listing on Etsy, click on photo. If you'd like to see the listing on ArtFire, click here. See affordable price and more pictures!

4 comments:

TheClayMuse March 12, 2009 at 8:47 AM  

Awsoe as sualy.. so nifty that it used to be a shipping crate! It's amazing what you can do with rescued wood!

KayzKreationz March 12, 2009 at 8:48 AM  

That's really nice looking. I love your wood boards. And the vanity mirror is really cool.
http://KayzKreationz.blogspot.com

Gaston Studio March 12, 2009 at 9:09 AM  

Great repurposing! I like all of Michael's cutting boards.

Happy Cloud Moments March 12, 2009 at 10:36 AM  

wow it looks very nice! good job!

The Basics

Michael and Talina Ripper met online and when they met in person, they knew they had found something special, a once in a lifetime love. Michael obtained BFAs in both Wood Design and Ceramics from ECU. Talina has always been a creative/artistic spirit, but has her BSN from ETSU and still works as an RN. Talina has three sons, Seth (17), Aaron (8), and Jacob (7). Michael and Talina have a son together, Quinn, who is 17 months. They are getting settled in their downtown loft just around the corner from Michael's studio and the gallery. Their dream of living their art is coming true!

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