the 73rd National Hardware Show, Woodcraft won an award for excellence in packaging
designed for Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint. Woodcraft was one of over
90 companies exhibiting in the Made in USA Product Display within the show.
When disaster strikes, it’s certainly a test of character in the days and weeks that follow. The Tulsa Woodcraft store owner and managers were put to the test in August 2017 when a tornado decimated their location. Read how they worked together and came back better than ever in this Woodworking Adventures blog.
Using the materials they salvage from tearing down forgotten barns to create beautiful barnwood furniture and art keeps father/daughter team Kelley and Kate Jensen busy. They preserve each barn's heritage into repurposed decor—and make priceless memories together while doing it.
For those who would like to celebrate Flag Day or Independence Day by making something special, Woodcraft suggests three Instructables.com projects – two flags and a flag case.
The solemn occasion
of a military funeral service is a time of great honor, dignity and respect for
one who has served their country. Though a great deal of detail and tradition
go into a veteran’s ceremony, one detail caught Idaho artist John Sword’s eye and
he set out to change it. After experiencing his own personal losses and
attending several inurnment ceremonies, he saw a need and started developing a
concept for wooden ceremonial urns.