Mad Wood Skills, Part 2...

Hello, wonderful friends and Happy Monday! I hope you are all doing great! Did you have a good weekend?

Do you remember the post I did a while back about my boy and his skill with the wood lathe? The pens? In case you missed it or would like to revisit the post, click here.

I wanted to let you know that today he is listing the first ones in his shop, Suspicious Pie on Etsy. I admit I'm a proud mama, but truly, he is unbelievably talented with the wood skills. He makes each pen completely by himself (I plan to do a little video of him in action on the lathe).

He's given them as gifts to family members, and let me tell you, they are very meaningful gifts. These pens are keepsakes. Because they are refillable, these pens will last forever.

The Pen of Optimism

Made from zebra wood.

The Pen of Optimism

Made from olive wood.

The Pen of Optimism

Made from purple heart wood.

He will soon be adding letter openers, key chains and magnifying glasses to the selection.

These pens are so special. The perfect gift for Father's Day, graduation, his and hers wedding gifts, and birthdays. The handsome wood gift box is included in specified listings.

Thank you so much, dear friends, for supporting me and my son with your wonderful, kind words of encouragement. It truly does mean a great deal to both of us...xoxo


Ivy Lane said...

Beautiful pens...I should say..pieces of art! Keepsakes no doubt! Will check out your son's etsy! Happy Monday! :)

Brenda said...

Love love love!

24 Corners said...

Your son has talent to spare doesn't he...just like his mama!

Congratulations to him on his etsy shop...that's pretty special, as are his amazing pens! Looking forward to seeing all of his creations!

xxoo J~

24 Corners said...

Oh yeah...check out Cote de Texas...beautiful post that incorporates design, the ocean, and....horses!

Good Girls Studio said...

Wow, creativity runs in the family! He oozes talent :)

hometown girl said...

beautiful! perfect for father's day! have a nice week!! suz

Fringe said...

Thank you all so much! I will pass on all of your wonderful comments to the boy...He'll be so happy :)


Chronic Ennui said...

I am amazed that someone made these beautiful writing instruments by hand. How proud you must be that talent runs in the family. Have a great weekend!