Woodcraft and “Today’s Homeowner” invite makers and DIYers to enter the “Cool Tools Sweepstakes” for a chance to win a $1,000 Woodcraft Gift Card—now through June 27, 2021.
More than 500 entries were received in Woodcraft’s “Pour to Win” Contest, with resin artists from California and Kentucky taking the top prizes. Click here to read more and be inspired!
Powermatic, a Woodcraft business partner for many years, is celebrating a major milestone this year – its 100th year in business.
“Woodcraft offers congratulations and best wishes to Powermatic,” Woodcraft President and CEO Jack Bigger said. “We are sharing the Tennessee-based company’s 100th Anniversary press release here so our customers will know firsthand what Powermatic plans for 2021.”
Enter the Woodcraft Magazine 100th Issue Giveaway Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of three tool prize packages. Entries will be accepted through May 31, 2021, and winners will be selected in random drawing on or before June 15.
Creative people are discovering the fun in using resin to create turning blanks, item encapsulations, bowls, river tables and more. To meet their project needs, Woodcraft continues to expand its line of resins and related products – and to encourage these makers Woodcraft will be sponsoring a contest in March.
Andrew Bondi has been promoted to Vice President
for Retail and Franchise Operations at Woodcraft Supply, an industry leader in providing top quality woodworking products,
educational opportunities and one-on-one guidance to woodworkers of all skill
A $250 Woodcraft Gift Card may be waiting for you – if you create a showstopping ring, pen, handle, river table or something else made with resin or a combo like resin with burl.
From March 1 through March 31, Woodcraft will accept online entries for “Pour to Win” – a competition to see who can imagine and then create a unique piece made by an original resin pour that will please the Woodcraft judges and the public. Learn more here!
Despite the limitations of sponsoring a nationwide
event during the coronavirus pandemic, Turn for Troops volunteers and Woodcraft store
personnel rallied in 2020 to turn enough wooden pens for military personnel to comfortably pass
the 200,000 overall mark.