Tomorrow is spring, & it’s supposed to snow Wednesday....soooooo to be even more confusing I’m throwing it back to this adorable fall tablescape, because why not?!?! 🍂 #prettylittleweddings#mothernature
Let’s us light up your night ✨✨ ・・・
Event Design: LUX & JASPER @lux.jasper
Floral Design: Floral Design by Reina @floraldesignbyreina
Photography: Braedon Flynn @braedonflynn
Ceremony Wood Art Design: Adrain Rasmussen @technicianofthesacred
Calligraphy: The Heritage Co. @theheritageco
Dessert: SC Buttercup Cakes and Farmhouse Frosting @scbuttercupcakes
Makeup: Blush of Monterey : @blushmonterey
Food: Venga Paella & Tacos Nayarit
Drink: Pour Girl @pourgirl
Chandeliers: Chic Event Rentals of Monterey @chiceventrentals
Lighting and Tables: Viewpoint Rentals of Santa Cruz @viewpoint_events
Dinnerware and Chairs: Alexis Rentals of Santa Cruz
Vintage Furniture and Staging: LUX & JASPER
Venue: The Motto Museum Talbot : Carmel Valley
Holman Ranch, Carmel Valley @holmanranch
Music: DJ Hanif @wondir
Bagpiper: Mark Little
Did You Know #50 ⠀
Climate variability explains about 43% of the year to year wheat yield variability in the Australian, with the variation in the sowing date resulting in a variation of 30 – 68%. ⠀
This research article by K.T. Zelekea and C. Nendelca looks at analysis of options for increasing wheat yield in South-Eastern Australia. It covers the role of irrigation, cultivar choice and time of sowing. ⠀
This is recommended if you are looking for more research on the effect of varietal selection on potential yield of wheat crops.⠀
Want more? Head to BUILD - Cropping - Winter Crops - Wheat 🌾 link in bio 👆🏻👆🏻⠀
I just realized I never posted the finished Walnut floating shelf I made and installed at the customer’s residence! Soooooo here it is! It was a lot of fun to make. The floating shelf brackets are from @rockler_woodworking
If you havent seen my youtube videos, on the underneath part of the table top i tack in these centering blocks. I also stain to match. Barely noticeable. They go against the outside part of the leg. This way when i deliver, i dont have to measure to center the top. I push or pull until they hit the leg and boom, all centered.
To think our furniture starts out like this. We offer a blend of repurposed wine and whiskey barrels along with old wood to produce a rustic elegance in our one of a kind pieces. We rent barrels and various pieces to help make your special event perfect.
The #HahnpickedFarmtable is shaping up! I used this @kregjig Accucut system to clean up the edges of the table after glue up - it was a huge upgrade from my improvised fence (a clamped 1x4) and allowed me to make safe, accurate cuts (ooooh wonder if that's how they got the name!), turning my circular saw into a "track saw." @lildecaro @mrhahn86
This kit was a no-brainer at $80 and saved me from operating as a non-profit (without the tax breaks) as compared to say, the @festool track saw system at $800...which I still plan to pull the trigger on for my next big project...here's why:
1) The track is great, but the saw is not the best suited for finished work, it took me over an hour just to square the blade for a clean 90degree cut. Even with the blade as close as I could wrangle, cuts we're not suitable for glue-up of 2" thick material, so I had to "somewhat creatively" clean up on the tablesaw.
2) On occasion, the sled mount wiggled loose without my noticing, resulting in an errant cut that was real fun to clean up later.
3) The system comes with 48" of track, didn't see an option to buy individual pieces to extend the track without buying a full system, I need at LEAST 72" of track for this to be useful on say, a dining table.
All in all, it gets the job done, but there is definitely a gap with using a standard circular saw and this system for requirements of finished work - if you're ripping 3/4" ply though, it's everything you need to do the job well.