Yes, I should only be braiding reins. Yes, I should just finish painting up the rocks I have collected. No, I probably should not have started a wood burning project… but, I did. Frigid days are perfect for indoor crafting!
This little guy belonged to a friend… and he was looking a tad bit rough. When I started sanding, I found some scented oil had been spilled on him. He smells good, but needs some extra work at some point.
I don’t know what I’m doing… I’m just playing.
I really like the wood grain in his neck… and the big knot… but I’m unsure of what to do with them… I just keep playing along. It will come to me.Find me here!
7 thoughts on “Bear Burn”
Is the bear used in the kitchen as a hot pad? My Mom had a pig too. Don’t know what happened to that. Looking forward to more surprises on the bear. I just noticed the trees around the top. COOL. Your artistic eye is at work.
That’s why I enjoy your blog so much. Never a dull moment — from freezing people moving cows, to sad news about a wonderful dog, to cute and talented grandkids and their parents, to all the other things that go on in ranching.
Great bear. Is the dark spot on his back feet where the scented oil was spilled, or can you tell?
Keep up the great work.
Keep us updated. I always like to see what comes out of the hands of artistically minded people. Lookin good so far.
Love what you did. Beautiful stuff
Your artistic abilities are showing…BEAUTIFUL!
you made my day, the instant I saw the bear, my mind flashed back to early days & mom, she had a pig shaped wooden cutting board, much the same as this, always on the kitchen counter & used daily, in faded letters ” save your scraps to beat the Japs” no idea where she got it or where it is now, but I’m gonna contact my brothers & sister looking for it, & your bear, I like it! just as it is now!