OkieBudsWorkshop

How Wood Should Look

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma | 500 Sales

OkieBudsWorkshop

How Wood Should Look

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 500 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars
(87)

Announcement   SALVAGED CROSS

There is something magical and inspirational about transforming wood that is old and weathered into something new and useful. We often refer to reclaimed wood as "historical wood" or "story wood" because every board tells a story about where it came from and how it arrived here.

Salvaged Cross came from reclaimed fence wood after the 2013 Moore Oklahoma tornado tragedy. It has a storied history and offers a unique glimpse into our past. If reclaimed wood could talk, the stories it would tell. It strikes a chord within our
collective soul and reminds us all that life not only has a cycle, but also that life can be extended if we are resourceful and use our imagination.


Okie Bud’s Workshop
Choctaw Oklahoma
405-818-2547

Announcement

Last updated on May 5, 2018

SALVAGED CROSS

There is something magical and inspirational about transforming wood that is old and weathered into something new and useful. We often refer to reclaimed wood as "historical wood" or "story wood" because every board tells a story about where it came from and how it arrived here.

Salvaged Cross came from reclaimed fence wood after the 2013 Moore Oklahoma tornado tragedy. It has a storied history and offers a unique glimpse into our past. If reclaimed wood could talk, the stories it would tell. It strikes a chord within our
collective soul and reminds us all that life not only has a cycle, but also that life can be extended if we are resourceful and use our imagination.


Okie Bud’s Workshop
Choctaw Oklahoma
405-818-2547

Sherry and Bud Burgess

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Sherry and Bud Burgess

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This pic is prior to adding oil. I plane and sand walnut wood. Then after adding the oil I hand polish.

About

Reclaiming wood and giving it a purpose

We started our shop in June 2013 right after the Moore Tornado hit. An idea came to Bud and me to help clean up in the Moore area. Our son lived there and his home was damaged and fence blown down. As we were picking up fence boards at his house, it struck us that we should make something from the boards. And that we did. Beautiful handmade crosses made of reclaimed fence boards.

Shop members

  • Sherry Burgess

    Owner, Owner

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is my home town.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 5, 2018
Thank you for viewing our website. Wood is hand collected after storms. Some of the crosses are made from wood debris from the Moore Tornado in 2013. Others are made from storm damaged wood debris in the Oklahoma City area.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Apple Pay
  • Klarna
  • Sofort
  • Ideal
  • Paypal
  • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and cancellations
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 2 days of purchase
I don't accept exchanges
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
Items can be returned and fully refunded if you are not satisfied. Refunds will be made after we receive the cross back.
Shipping
After building your cross, Fed Ex - 2 or 3 Business Day Delivery - this is our standard shipping policy
Additional policies and FAQs
Let us know if you find something you like but would like in a different color or have an idea for a cross. Please contact me to discuss. We do provide custom orders. Realizing that most of the wood used cannot be duplicated, we do our best to satisfy any requests.