It depends on when you start making wood. At the moment, most people are making a living from woodworking through the woodworking trade, selling or trading it. The problem is when you first start with woodworking, a lot of the skills (besides the usual basic woodworking skills like cutting and shaping) really aren’t in your price range. It’s probably better to start as a hobbyist if you want to get into woodworking, with the help of the trade, for a bit until you’re really good at it. For now, I don’t think I would choose woodworking as a career, but I’m sure that there are some people who would benefit from it if they find themselves with the right skills at the right price.
The new year has officially commenced and many of you have just finished your holiday. To me, it’s been a bit like the beginning of the new year, only instead of all the gifts that you thought you’d received over the Christmas break starting to show, it’s been a whole new crop of gifts all along! I didn’t get the first batch of gifts until after the new year started, but after reading more, I was blown away and so excited for what I’d just uncovered! I can safely say that these gifts were worth the wait.
We decided with the first batch that we were going to do something a bit different this time around. In previous years, the gifts you received would be wrapped up by Christmas and delivered to your house, but this year we decided to keep them sealed! I’ve always liked the idea of putting up something on the wall that you could easily take out anytime I wanted and have it go, but the last thing I want to do is tear out the gift I just received. In the end, we decided on putting the gifts in a jar so there would be a neat reminder of when they’d shipped but also in the same place that the ones inside the jars are. Here’s a picture of the finished jar, showing where the gifts are inside:
As you can see, there’s a LOT of stuff inside, but we found ways to make it a bit small (and a lot less messy) than we had before:
On top of the jars, in between the boxes is a bit of bubble wrap that fits around the sides and has the label of where you placed your gift (I decided on “A.M.A.Z.S.”, though I know there’s plenty of other options, so
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