Now that we are a month into 2020, we are reflecting on our journey, struggles, and joys. We are thankful to our customers, family, and friends for supporting us through the years. In 2008, Jules began building and creating projects for family and friends - with their continuous support he was able to turn his vision into a reality. Jules has always been inspired to make and create things, so it was fitting to name his business after the latin word Creo - which means to make or create. Since starting Creo in 2008 we have opened ourselves to our community and they have welcomed us with open arms, for that we will always be thankful.
Many blessings - Creo Custom Woodwork.
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Farm Table & Bench
Dimensions: 5 ft by 2 1/2 ft across
Tri-pod Farm Table
Dimensions: 6 ft by 3 ft
Simple Farm Table & Bench
Dimensions: 5 ft by 2 1/2 ft
Farm Table - multicolor
Dimensions: 5 ft by 2 1/2 ft
Dimensions: 7 1/2 ft by 3 1/2 ft
Halloween DIY Spooky tree:
This has been a huge success at our house this year - we have people ringing our bell asking where they can get it.
We got this idea from a youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnckyLpK_A0
From there you can get step by step instructions.
The supplies needed are relatively affordable and easy to acquire.
1. 8 foot concrete tube (order online from hardware store)
Drill & Jigsaw
2 1x3 boards
gorilla glue & adhesive spray
glue gun & glue sticks
brown parchment paper
4 - 5inch brackets
gray/weather colored paint & brown stain (for added effect)
artificial leaves and moss
Step 1: draw on concrete tubes with sharpie to outline your desired face for tree
Step 2: Use drill to cut out starter hole, use jig saw to cut out traced outline
Step 3: Using gorilla or wood glue, glue and screw both 1x3 boards to inside of concrete tube for support
Step 4: Crumble up and wrinkle parchment paper. Glue to concrete tube using adhesive spray
Step 5: Mount concrete tube to circular plywood brace with brackets.
Step 6: Paint with gray latex paint and for added effect lightly paint with brown stain on top of gray.
Step 7: Mount branches as arms to concrete tubes
Step 8: Using glue stick glue down moss and artificial leaves to branch arms
Step 9: For added effect install orange string lighting on the inside.
Creo Custom Woodwork