Working with willow is time consuming but rewarding when you get your final product. The willow I've had has lasted for many years, even with leaving it out in the weather all year long. As it ages it changes in character and looks (just as we do).
Click on images to make larger.
Birch Deer 2012- I made three of these deer and donated them to the Snack program at the elementary school. They were raffled at the Christmas Craft Sale and raised over $400.
These two chairs and table were made and donated to The Pas Ducks Unlimited for a Raffle at the fundraising dinner 2005.
These Chairs and table were a wedding gift to my sister and husband.
These chairs were made for my mother, father and sister.
I'm making willow planters for a customer spring of 2008
This is me making Birch Deer in 2004. Its time to make some more, as they are nice to decorate at christmas.
This is a little bird house I made just for fun. I used birch bark, twigs and moss for the covering (2009).