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Choose from the below materials to create the project you want.

Common Woods: No Extra charge

Unique Woods: Additional 3$ for pens

Rare Woods: $5+ for pens


Origin: North America

this North American wood is a very light brown to almost white at some parts and is commonly used for turning baseball bats and wooden handles.

Common Woods


Origin: Tropical South America

When initially cut it shows off a lighter hue but after finish has been applied it turned to a dark, rich red.


Origin: South America

Canarywood boasts a variety of colors ranging from yellow as its base to bits of red and brown streaks throughout.


Origin: Tropical South America

This wood has distinguished 'flecking' within it that mimics the interweaving of laces.  Has a dark brown to reddish hue


Origin: Central and South America

Has some similarities with lacewood but has a darker body and has reys that are dark brown to grayish which resemble a leopard.


Origin: Northeast South America

Shows a distinctive golden hue with black streaks throughout that mimics the look of a marble slab.  


Origin: Central and West Africa

When padauk is initially cut starts off at a light orange and turns a darker red over time


Origin: North America

Despite its lack of grain variance, this central/south American wood hails a very unique natural purple luster

Spalted Tamarind

Origin: Native to Tropical Africa

Heartwood is a yellow that can show a purple to red hue.  The dark streaks in the wood is caused from a spalting which occurs when fungi has been allowed to grow within the wood. 


Origin: Central Africa

A dark brown and fibrous wood that when finish is applied to it turns almost black


Origin: West Africa

this West African wood has a cream body with dark brown streaks vaguely resembling the stripes of a zebra

Unique Woods


Origin: Central and South America

this Central/South American wood presents with a very unique yellowish body and dark brown to almost black stripes


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Also known as 'Mexican Kingwood,' the heart of this tree boasts a beautiful natural purple and black pattern.  


Origin: Central America

A rare wood that has a high variability of colors between yellow, orange, red, and brown.  Is a popular choice for its grain variation with vivacious color.  


Origin: Northeast Brazil

This rare wood grows with different variations of yellow, red, orange, and pink.  Is only found in very small quantities.


Laminated wood in alternating colors in either horizontal or oblique angles to give a very unique look.


Originally in a liquid form - acrylic blanks can be made in any form or color that you can imagine.  

Rare Woods

5+ dollars for pens due to high cost of materials

Bethlehem Olivewood

Origin: Bethlehem

A light brown wood with thick streaks. Originating from the ancient city of Bethlehem, this wood was harvested without harming the tree itself - coming from fallen branches.  Upon request - can be given a certificate of authenticity.

Pink Ivory

Origin: South Africa


A rare wood exhibiting a beautiful pink hue.  Is said to be reserved for royalty in a South African tribe. 


Origin: South America

This very dense and heavy wood grows with a natural formation that resembles a snake.

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