mgmwoodworks' Shop Announcement

I specialize in personal hand made wood products. Every item is Unique. All my items are hand made and not made by a laser. I cut, drill, shape, sand, stain or paint and apply 2 or 3 layers of protection, all by hand. The woods I use are solid pine, birch, oak, and cedar, along with top grade plywoods. The thickness of the woods depend on the item that I am making.
I take pride in my workmanship and I will not sell ANY item that I would not be proud to show off in my own home. My goal is to make you happy and to give you a sense of pride that you own a piece of workmanship that no one else owns. Each item is a one of a kind piece of art, because I make them one at a time.
If you see an item you like, but want a different color or stain, let me know and I will make it for you at no additional cost.
All our Items are made with a scroll saw. For those of you who do not know what scroll sawing is, I will try my best to explain how we make projects with a scroll saw.
Our projects begin with either a pattern or a sketch drawn on the wood. What we do next is use a drill to make a small hole in the wood for all the interior cuts. We make this hole so that the scroll saw blade will fit into the interior of the wood where the cut needs to be made. Now, one or two cuts do not seem that big of a deal. But imagine some of our projects have 10, 20, 50 or even hundreds of interior cuts that all need a drill hole. All these holes and cuts are made by hand. After all the holes are drilled into the wood we now are ready to use the scroll saw. This saw has a very thin blade with various amounts of teeth to cut. Each time we make an interior cut, we must remove the blade from the scroll saw, fit it through a hole we made in the wood, and then attach it back on to the saw. We do this with each cut that needs to me made. So again, 1 or 2 holes, not to difficult. 20, 30 100 holes? You be the judge. LOL This is a labor of love that we scroll sawyers do. If we charged by the hour what a wood worker gets paid, all our projects would be very expensive. Even a simple Christmas ornament that takes an hour to make would cost $60 to $80 easy, if we went by an hourly scale. But we love what we make and we want our customers to be happy with what we made for them. Well I hope you have learned something about scroll sawyers and I have not bored you away from my site. If you have any questions, please e-mail me. If you do not find what you are looking for, send me an e-mail and I will do my best to make it for you.

Thanks for looking and shopping at MGM Wood Works. God Bless You.

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.