A note from us

A note from us

Can you believe it? We're about to hit our three-year mark on May 1, 2024, and I couldn't be more thrilled to share this milestone with you all. It's been an incredible journey filled with sawdust, creativity, and of course, your amazing support!

First things first, I want to send a massive shoutout of gratitude to each and every one of you for sticking with Wet Nose Woodworks. Your support has been the backbone of our little venture, and I can't express enough how much it means to me. Whether you've let me whip up a custom piece for your cozy corner or gifted our creations to your nearest and dearest, you've made this woodworking dream a reality.

Now, let's get a bit personal. Many of you know the story behind our quirky name, Wet Nose Woodworks. It all started with our beloved fur baby, Daisy, whose wet nose and wagging tail inspired me to take the leap into this woodworking side business. Sadly, we lost our sweet Daisy almost two years ago, and it hit us hard. But as they say, when one door closes, another one opens.

I'm excited to share that we've welcomed a new member to the Wet Nose family last summer —Mabel, our adorable shop dog! She's a bundle of energy and mischief, and she's already stolen our hearts (along with some scrap wood). While Daisy will always hold a special place in our memories and in our business name, Mabel brings a new sense of joy and companionship to our woodworking adventures.

And guess what? We've got some more exciting news! We recently launched a brand new website on March 10th, and we're itching for you to check it out. It's chock-full of our latest creations and behind-the-scenes peeks. So grab a cup of coffee, cozy up with your furry friends, and explore our online store.

As we celebrate three years of sawing, sanding, and staining, I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for letting me be a part of your lives. Here's to many more years of crafting memories together, with Mabel by our side and Daisy forever in our hearts.


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