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Wooden Plates

The goal is to have one for each family member. Here is one of our daughters using one. I think she was eating fried potatoes and eggs with chopsticks. πŸ™‚

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Here is the plate by itself.

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So far, they are for our own personal use. Guess you could say we’re doing “quality control testing” for a possible future retail product. πŸ˜‰ The children are quite taken with them at the moment…harkens back to the wooden trenchers of the past that we’ve read about during history lessons.

What do you think? Would you use a wooden plate?

Did you know…

that although we don’t have an official website right now, you can still see and purchase our handcrafted ulu knives and wooden cutting/serving bowls? It’s true! πŸ˜‰ We have a business Facebook page which you can visit here:

Alaska Ulus, Knives and other Fine Products!

We recently put up a handful of bowls for purchase. Retail at wholesale prices can’t be beat! Come check them out. We look forward to hearing from you there!

New Knife!

There’s a new knife in the shop!

I like this one! I really do. It’s discounted due to a slightly off center notch in the bowl that displays the ulu but, otherwise, it’s a pretty set. The color and grain pattern of the knife handle are beautiful! The bowl is unique (for us) in that it is engraved in both corners. It’s a really great inexpensive kitchen set, easy to use, feels great in the hand… I think you’ll like it. So what if your ulu isn’t centered *exactly* in the middle at this price right?! πŸ˜€

Stop by for a closer look! You won’t be disappointed.

‘Til next time,
Tamara

New Knife!

Here is the latest knife in shop!

These are great prices discounted for summer, clearance and various other reasons. If you’ve been waiting on just the right knife, now’s the time to make away with a steal! πŸ˜‰

This knife is antler which we also don’t offer too often.

Ulus are really easy to use, take less effort than a regular knife and are unique to boot. As you would expect, I have several I use in my kitchen. They really are my favorite knife! The only other knives I use in their place would be a couple of paring knives. I just haven’t figured out how to peel a potato or an apple with an ulu…not without hurting myself. Yet. πŸ˜‰

‘Til next time,
Tamara

New Knife!

There’s another new knife in the shop!

Check it out here. We have very few of these bowls left so if you’ve been waiting for a knife matched with one…don’t wait to order!

There are more I’ll be posting soon. My “new” computer crashed and I’m back to using the wimpy decrepit laptop. It takes longer so bear with me…

‘Til next time,
Tamara

New Knife!

We have a new knife for retail in the shop!

I personally really like this one! Simple, “clean”, lightweight design…perfect kitchen tool!

More coming up…

Back to work,
Tamara

Summer, Books and Amazon

Hi Everyone!

Just a quick note to say I’m writing those catch up posts a little here and a little there. Things are quite busy for us in the summer what with the business and the fact we practically live outdoors all summer enjoying our freedom!

I got your comment Rebekah! Thanks for staying in touch!

If you haven’t noticed, our book lists in the sidebar have exploded! Guess we haven’t been too busy to find time to read. πŸ˜‰ Summer lends itself to lolling in the grass with a good read just as a winter fire in the fireplace does! None of us can imagine never having something to read or never a minute or two to flip open our books! (or mags, etc.) In the car, on the swing, sitting on a log, lying on the deck or even sanding handles (!), all of us (that have learned so far) always have something to read close by. (Even those that haven’t learned to read yet are frequently found looking at their picture books!) Or, books on tape/cd. I love how we fit in knowledge or imagination into our days this way! So, what are you reading this summer hmmm? πŸ˜‰

I’ve been squeezing in a little gardening too. Far from what I want to be doing…but I’m not complaining. I’m thankful for what little bit we having growing at the moment considering circumstances/situation as it is.

If you are still with me after that bit of a ramble, I’ll get to the Amazon part of my title now. I have been using Swagbucks for some time. I love it! Mostly, I’ve been letting the SBs accumulate and then redeeming them for Amazon online gift cards. I made an order a few months ago (yay – free $$$ to spend! Yes, it’s legit. πŸ˜‰ ) and was very pleased with how it all worked out. Very pleased! My Amazon cards have now been stacking up as I’m a choosy shopper/very frugal and I just haven’t decided what I want to get. (Both needs and wants are more numerous than the SBs just like with real $ unfortunately. *sigh*) Anyhow, I think I’m closer to deciding and this time I want to link up with someone and benefit them with my purchase as well. You can’t get a commission on your on purchases through your own affiliate links (bummer huh?!) and so I wasn’t really thinking about it when I ordered last. This time though I want to partner up with someone – I’ll use your link if you’ll use mine!! I know I could stop by a blog here or there and find someone’s to use…but what I really want is to benefit someone who is interested and cares about our family and helping us out and doing the same for them! So, if you read here and have an Amazon affiliate link and would commit to using mine in return, I’d like to hear from you! If you have used it, let me know what date you placed an order and I’d be happy to return the favor the next time I make a purchase. If there is more than one person interested, I’ll do a rotation of links. How does that sound? Any takers? Again, if you didn’t catch the addendum to my last post, I unknowingly chose a template that doesn’t show comments. I can see them through admin but they don’t show for everyone else. So, don’t hesitate to leave one regarding this – I’ll be able to read it!

Thanks for stopping by. πŸ™‚

‘Til next time,
Tamara

PS – Here is a quick link again to Amazon or you can click on the affiliate button in the sidebar under Sponsors. Thanks!

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