Studio News


Look who it is! (It's us.)
We're back!

Thank you to everyone who has been asking about us. Over the past year, we have slowed down quite a bit, rather unexpectedly. Spring and summer shows were missed due to an unfortunate motorcycle accident. Thankfully, Matt is fully healed from a hand injury and is back in the shop!

As we get back into the swing of things and building up more inventory, we're excited to announce that we will be back in Lansdowne for their A Bit of the Arts Festival! It will be held in its typical location at the Twentieth Century Club in Lansdowne, and will again be a lovely two-day event from 11/25-26 (Friday and Saturday).

For more information and to see where you can find us on the lower level, please take a look at the event website here.

We are so excited to be a part of this event again, and we hope to see you there! We will have plenty of items in addition to what is listed on our website. Come see what new designs we have, or to just say hello! Be sure to stop by the other vendors as well to see their beautiful crafts. There will be music as well, and snacks on the lower level (right by our table, actually. Not bad!)



We are one week late, but Happy New Year all the same! We are so grateful to each and every one of you for your support throughout last year, and especially thankful to those who have encouraged us beginning in 2020. We could not have made it this far without you.

So what have we been up to recently?

Well, you may notice that most of our product listings are Sold Out right now. That's insane! Thanks to our great runs with the winter markets, we have sold most of our inventory and spent the remaining time of last year taking special orders. We will be applying for vendor spots come spring and summer!

Below are some photos of these unique pieces; we have been eager to share them, but didn't want to spoil any surprises before Christmas! Our lovely customers have had some great and unique ideas, such as engraving our cutting boards as showpieces. We've put our laser engraver to much use, learning and perfecting resolution for sharp images and text. Music was also a big theme -- do you know a musician you would love to surprise with a gift? Or perhaps that musician is yourself and you've been looking out for a new guitar stand...

Cutting board designs are progressing as well, with handle features and chevron designs. The logo you see burned into these last pictures represents our good friends at Fun! Rehoboth Beach (FRB), who are so kind as to furnish their picturesque rentals with our boards. The next time you are looking for a getaway in Rehoboth Beach or Lewes, DE, please consider them! Visit the link above to see their listings and more information.

We ended 2021 with a bang and this year is starting on a high note already. Let's see what else is in store!


Happy Friday, folks, another week in the books..!

Just a short post this time around --> We will be a featured artist at Lansdowne's Winter Market tomorrow (18th), from 10am-12pm. If you are not familiar with the spot, the market takes place in Lansdowne's central/main parking lot on Lansdowne Avenue.

This is a shorter event, but that doesn't make us any less excited. As both of us are previous residents of the borough, we are always happy to go back and partake in the farmers market. This weekend, we are thrilled to be one of the vendors! 

You know the drill. We'd love to see you! Come out if you can, say hi, and support the other local businesses who will be there! Buy some fresh fruits, veggies, breads (they would look great on our serving trays or cutting/charcuterie boards, just saying)...and soups..! We love the soups.

For a list of the food vendors present, visit the website here.



We have two announcements!

At a surprising turn of events, we were able to book a table at Rosetree Park's Festival of Lights for tomorrow, December 4! We applied for a spot, but all booths were taken - that is, until there was a last-minute vendor cancellation that bumped us up the list.

We will be set up and ready for customers and visitors by 5:30pm, and ending at 8pm. Come say hello if you are free! The event itself is much more than a craft show - it is an entire display of lighted trees and decorations, with a Christmas village as a new feature this year. We are so happy to be a part of this hopefully new tradition!

For more information on the event, visit the website linked here.

By popular demand, we have now opened a pre-order item for the 2022 Dead Squirrel Stuck in the Roof Calendar! Yayyy~~

We have a limited number on pre-order, 25 to be exact. We expect to receive the calendars sometime around December 10-14, so there should be plenty of time for us to send them out to you before the new year arrives!

We've all got a dead squirrel stuck in the roof, let's celebrate that together in 2022. And, hey - thanks for embracing our weird humor.



Hello hello!
It's that time of year again - holiday shopping for your loved ones <3

To kick it off, we will be at Lansdowne's 20th Century Club this Friday and Saturday with all of our website listings, as well as some exciting new items. These include new coaster designs, new rolling pin designs, wall-mounted bottle openers, and more sycamore serving trays (gotta represent our beloved Lansdowne).

As always, please feel free to contact us with any custom orders, we are happy to work with you!

For more information on Lansdowne's event (A Bit of the Arts Holiday Art Show and Sale), please check out the event website linked here.


Thank you to everyone who came out to see us this past weekend! It means so much to us that you took the time to visit, and we hope you had a lovely weekend. In a little over a month's time, we will set up another table at a two-day event.

Lansdowne's A Bit of the Arts Festival is scheduled for November 26-27 (Friday-Saturday). You can find us in the lower level of the Twentieth Century Club in Lansdowne. For hours and more information on the event, please visit the website here. And not to worry, we will post about it again as the date approaches.

Finally, we are happy to add two more listings to the website: tapered rolling pins and serving trays. The serving trays were quite popular during Haverford Township Day! We can understand why, with each one proudly displaying a one-of-a-kind live edge designed by Mother Nature herself. As for the rolling pins, the woodturning adventure has begun in earnest. This first design was a personal request by Stephanie - but look at how brassy this yellowheart looks with the black walnut! How could we not want to share this?

Stay tuned as we experiment with more designs and add options to the store. Or, if you have a particular design in mind, reach out to us on our Contact Page.



Welcome to our website, and thank you for taking the time to visit! We have been busy over the past year in designing products, studying and experimenting with materials and methods of woodworking, and growing our inventory, while also taking custom orders and working with local artists. We are thrilled to kick off with a selection of cutting boards and some household items, and are looking forward to posting more in the future. Website listings will be refreshed as new designs are created.

If you would like to see any of our boards in person, please come visit us at the Haverford Township Day on Saturday, 02.Oct. We will be in the crafters area in space 436 with the products you see here, as well as several other items not listed. This will include more cutting board designs, serving trays, and some furniture items.

If nothing else, come by to say hello! We would love to see you.
For more information on the event, please visit the Havertown website here.