Author Archives: Michael Blaine

About Michael Blaine

Professional Chainsaw carver

Happy New Year

Well it’s 2017 Happy New Year to one and all! Yes we are open in the winter. We are doing some events in February. Saturday the 4th I will be in Emmaus, Pa. for the Emmaus Art Commission, Snow Blast. … Continue reading

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Wow! Christmas is coming! Fast!

I am filling orders and carving some inventory at the shop. Many people want to know about custom orders. At this point maybe we can get some things carved but putting finish on is another story. I have only a … Continue reading

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Late Spring

Carving, carving, carving and I have not do anything on the website for too long. There is a nice video at [ dailyitem.com ] The Daily Item news papers website. And please check are face book links for the latest … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas !

Merry Christmas to everyone! We are working hard at the shop filling orders for all the good boys and girls. I am sorry I don’t have the pictures here but but if you check the Face Book links they are … Continue reading

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Dream Wood is Global

We have been carving the world. I went to Germany the last half of may to the Husky Cup. Speed carving with team U.S.A. Aya went to The US Open in Minnesota. Plus a trip to Japan with Freddy. Aya … Continue reading

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Time Flies

I don’t know where it goes but time flies. Here it is all ready past the 4th of July. I am filling custom orders at the shop and new one keep coming in. We have guest carvers coming and carving … Continue reading

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Spring is here!

Dream Wood is jumping into spring. Custom carving in the Pocono Mountains both on site work and orders at the Dream Wood shop. I am going to be going to Germany the end of May to do speed carving at … Continue reading

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