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  • #31
    Re: limb spoons

    Hi Kenn, thank you for your really nice words about my spoons!
    We had thick as split pea soup fog this morning, but then the sun came out and ended up being a really nice day.
    I never saw the shells at Morro bay, only been through there once. But I remember when I was really little, late 50's early 60's,if it was low tide, going to the beach with my dad and uncles and waiting for them to get the abalone. We'd bring a skillet and cook them up with some eggs for breakfast on the beach. You sure can't do that any more, but it's real good memories.
    My husband doesn't go abbin', as we call it, much anymore, but my daughter can sure find them. So we are at her mercy so to speak on getting them. LOL
    Thanks again!
    My ETSY shop:
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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    • #32
      Re: limb spoons

      Hi Bonnie and thank you for checking out my spoons. I love found wood because you never know how its going to look once worked. It's kind of mysterious and free!
      Glad to see you back here again!
      My ETSY shop:
      https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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      • #33
        Re: limb spoons

        those are wonderful utensils, Sharon. the handle shapes are out-of-this-world. the shapes made me think ''country antique'' when i first saw the tiny thumbnail photos. they looked as if long years of use had shaped the handles by wear ... there is something wondrous about that feel of old spoons, and you've created something every bit as special

        like artolver said, the connection with your land makes these even more of a treasure

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        • #34
          Re: limb spoons

          Thank you Luscher! What a nice thing to say. I'll probably be carving more of these, they were fun to do.
          Nice to meet you!
          My ETSY shop:
          https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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          • #35
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            Hi Sharon, Boy you sure can make a Spoon Interesting and Pleasing to the Eye. Excellent work, you can tell that you like what you do, keep it up I enjoy seeing your work. Merle

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            • #36
              Re: limb spoons

              Merle, thank you so much!
              Spoons are fun to do, because I think about other carvings I want to carve while carving spoons! Makes sense to me any way.
              I have another one close to being finished.
              My ETSY shop:
              https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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              • #37
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                Very classy set of spoons Sharon. Rustically eligant is how I would discribe them.
                Brandant Robinson
                Woodcarving Blog - www.theoldstump.blogspot.com
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                • #38
                  Re: limb spoons

                  Thank you Brandant, I like your description of them!
                  My ETSY shop:
                  https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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                  • #39
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                    What a lovely collection of spoons. Unique. These will be cherished & shown off. I just may have to try to do a few of these myself. Thank you!
                    Jay

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                    • #40
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                      Hi Sharon:
                      I join in with the others, the spoon are just wonderful and I too love the leaves. They are so unique and the woods are so pretty in color. Love them all!
                      Kathy

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                      • #41
                        Re: limb spoons

                        Thank you Jay and Kathy! I appreciate your kind words.
                        Jay, spoons are fun to carve.Try it!
                        My ETSY shop:
                        https://www.etsy.com/shop/WoodforddellDesigns

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