We are a proud sponsor of Midnight Scrollher based in Omaha, Nebraska. With a scroll saw and Premium Baltic Birch, Shaylee works magic cutting out intricate pieces of custom portraits, nature, logos, earrings, and more. Shaylee has this amazing ability of bringing wood to life, to tell a story or to simply spread joy. Be sure to check out the Midnight Scrollher Youtube Channel where Shaylee shares everything about her scroll sawing experience and works through her scroll saw magic live right in front of the screen! In addition, don’t forget to also follow her on Instagram @midnight_scrollher to get the latest scoop on her scroll saw journey.
Ever wonder if artists use our plywood panels for painting? Look no further than CarmensPalette, an Etsy shop by artist Carmen Largent who loves painting scenery on wood. Be sure to check out these four-seasons wooden place mats as your next gift for a good friend, family member, or even yourself! Hand painted in oils and finished with two coats of polyurethane, they are the perfect décor to add a little spice to your dining table. Don’t forget to follow Carmen as she actively works on new collections throughout the year and special sets for the holidays.
It’s always a pleasure to hear from our happy customers!
Steve and Lisa have been using their laser cutter to spread joy and create unique memories for families and friends. As soon as they received their custom order of our Premium Baltic Birch Plywood, they put it to the test and were excited to get a clean cut on the very first pass! Check out these photos they shared with us. Don’t you love those cute little Easter bunnies?
If you are looking for a fun and unique gift to send, this is the place to go! Steve and Lisa have a Facebook shop that provides laser engraving services for various materials like wood, acrylic, and leather. They can customize items like signs, decals, cutting boards, magnet based on your preference. Get your tailor made gift from them today!
Artist Juliet Ames, the owner of Broken Plate Company, is making good use of our custom 17″ x 23″ Birch Plywood Panels to spice things up a bit across street corners of Baltimore. Missing no opportunity to get creative, Ames mocked up various themes of art on pieces of the wood panels and installed them on the front of salt boxes across the city.
From spelling out the letters of “Salt Box” with recycled china to celebrating Lunar New Year of the Ox to supporting the Baltimore Ravens, #saltboxart is inspiring an artistic movement in the city and even getting a retweet from the Baltimore Department of Transportation calling for a challenge competition.
“Having lots of fun with them,” said Ames. Please follow thebrokenplate_jules on Instagram to learn more.