Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Wooden coaster project/giveaway!

I've been dying to make a set of wooden coasters and a holder for a while now. I would love to incorporate an image onto the face of the coasters as well. So here is your chance to win a set of coasters personalized the way you want it. I'm looking for your pictures, art work, logos, etc. To use. So drop us a comment with your suggestion and I will randomly select a winner to recieve this giveaway.
Here's the disclaimer: there is no guarantee this will work since I have never tried it. I would rather attempt it with something real just in case it does come out great.
Rules: follow me on this site (its up on top of the right column)
Like double d's workshop on Facebook
Share this contest on Facebook or Google+
Each action will give you one entry. Just post a separate comment for each one. And don't try and lie, I will know if you do.
Also, pictures submitted should be of high resolution.
Thank you. Oh, contest ends January 31st at 11:47 pm. I'll announce the winner some time the following day.
Look forward to all your ideas!
Dennis

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Art- pictures on wood




 How about combining two aspects of my favorite design elements? Wood and photography. Well that's just what we have here. Actual photos printed out and then, through a special process, transferred completely onto wood.....

Monday, January 9, 2012

Charity shelves- picture updates

A couple months ago I donated these shelves for a charity auction hosted by the DIY club.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

New year

The new year brings new ideas, new opportunities, new friends. I have the new ideas, I have somewhat of the opportunity. Now I look to my friends, my followers to help spread the word so new friends can be made. It is our hope to have the Etsy shop up and running by the end of the month. Hope you all can come  check it out and share it with at least one person that might share it with another person and so on and so on. The main goal is to keep doing what I love, learning new crafts and maybe, just maybe, stop working for the man and start working for the people who appreciate buying handmade. Thank you as always for reading

Dennis