Feed The Craft Blog

Feed the craft blogThis blog talks about my journey with wooden crafts such as wall art intarsia, marquetry or inlay.  Making handmade pens with either wood or resin, sometimes adding things to the resin for a little novelty. Sometimes to use a technique or skill from one craft and try to incorporate it into another all the while pushing my skill levels.

Some inspiration if you need it with wooden gifts for him and her on all gift occasions.

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Funny Quotes On Beer The Most Popular Drinking Quotations

84 Funny Quotes On Beer: The Most Popular Drinking Quotations

Cheap beer has a tendency of highlighting a person’s idiosyncrasies. Intoxicated individuals will say and do things they would never consider doing sober. No matter if you prefer wine or whiskey, even a pickleback, there is something humorous to be found in everyone’s alcohol-induced ramblings. Do you love strong beer? Do you like to share …

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10 best gifts for mother’s day 2023

10 Best Mother’s Day Gifts 2023

Mums are the awesome rock stars in most of our lives. They’re our biggest cheerleaders, dearest friends, and often our closest confidants. Treat your incredible mum and other women in your world to something great this Mother’s Day 2023! You might wonder when is the day this year? Let’s face it you don’t want to …

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Rollerball Pen vs Ballpoint 11 Points To Consider Comparing Pens

Rollerball Pen vs Ballpoint 11 Points To Consider Comparing Pens

The pens used for comparison and images on this page start with the primary image: Rollerball history started in 1963 with the OHTO company in Japan. In 1981, they developed the first ceramic Rollerball pen. In 1991 the first fade proof/waterproof pigment Rollerball ink pen. These with several other prominent developments. Rollerball pens are popular …

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Segmented Barber Pole Pen

Making A Barber Pole Design Pen

What is the meaning of the barber pole? The traditional colouring of a barber’s pole is red and white. The red strip represents blood, and the white stripe represents bandages. Historically, barbers were also surgeons, and the red and white stripes represented the blood and bandages they used while performing surgery. When did the barber …

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