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Hello my name is Jeni. I'm from an extremely small town in Washington. For a few years now I have been trying to find something I'm excited about doing. I've spent time
going through the motion, but recently I have come to realize I love to build. It started last summer when one of my nieces wanted a playhouse and I figured it would be a great
time to learn. My parents have remodeled rooms in their house by themselves and so I had many tools available and mentors. So I dug a hole in the back yard, and with my dad's
help a very cute 8x8 playhouse was built. This winter I decided to try a new one, a little bit bigger, I still had a lot to learn. Whenever we had time my dad and I would
go out to the barn and work on this new project. When it was finished, I sold it, and instead of throwing away all the scraps decided to use them to try and build a…

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  • Female
  • Born on August 24
  • Joined July 20, 2012

Favorite materials

Reclaimed wood, Paint, Pallets, Stumps

About

Hello my name is Jeni. I'm from an extremely small town in Washington. For a few years now I have been trying to find something I'm excited about doing. I've spent time
going through the motion, but recently I have come to realize I love to build. It started last summer when one of my nieces wanted a playhouse and I figured it would be a great
time to learn. My parents have remodeled rooms in their house by themselves and so I had many tools available and mentors. So I dug a hole in the back yard, and with my dad's
help a very cute 8x8 playhouse was built. This winter I decided to try a new one, a little bit bigger, I still had a lot to learn. Whenever we had time my dad and I would
go out to the barn and work on this new project. When it was finished, I sold it, and instead of throwing away all the scraps decided to use them to try and build a
cute little picnic table to go with it. It worked, turned out adorable. Now I love spending time
in my parents shop building kids furniture and whatever else I can think of with salvaged wood around my hometown.
My adirondack chairs, and picnic tables are from wood piles on building sites, or at the local lumber yard when they throw stuff away.
Pallets I use are also from the local lumber yard.
Most all of my products are from a 20 mile radius.I think that along with the cute painted on designs give them a unique build. I've enjoyed this new found hobby, and I'm always looking for new ideas and new materials that would otherwise go to waste. Most of my products are children related because it was my nieces who gave me the idea to want to build in the first place, and I kept wanting to add to their playhouse. But I do plan to make some products for adults as well in the future. My mom has partnered up with me as the "paint/design" part of the team. It's been great and I look forward to being a part of the ETSY world. Hope you all enjoy our products.

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