Chainsaw Wood Carving Decorations for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah & Christmas Holidays; Mantel, Custom Name Signs, Reindeer Figurines & More!

‘Tis the season where folks begin getting prepared for the upcoming holiday havoc. Though this time of year is enjoyable for most, the shopping, cooking, baking, and crafting can take a toll and be very overwhelming. Having the right décor is all part of the fun while we dress the tables and shelves for Thanksgiving,…

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Get Your Christmas Gift Chainsaw Carving Order in Before the Holiday Season! Carved Bears, Reindeer, Moose, Furniture, Name Signs & More!

Are you looking for a fun and unique gift idea for that person that seems to have everything? Have you ever considered getting a one of kind piece of chainsaw carving art? The art is done by an artist that has the tools and capabilities to carve an ordinary piece of wood into a cool…

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Who Were the Early American West Mountain Men & Where Can You Get a Chainsaw Carving of these Survivalists in the Fur Trappers Trade?!

Clark the Carver specializes in carving bears, but did you also know that he carves several other personages into recycled wood? One of the many images he carves into wood is that of the mountain man. Today Carve Me a Bear! Chainsaw Carvings would like to talk a little about the history and origin of…

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Ancient Carved Wood? Oldest Wood Carving Found; The Big Shigir Idol Sculpture Statue. Is it a Family Totem or Representation of Other Beings?

Wood carving has been around for thousands of years. Why does mankind choose to create images, objects, animals and people from scrapes of wood? Maybe it’s to tell stories or make gifts they want to share. Guess that’s a question we’ll need to ask each artist. Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings wants to share…

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What Does a Totem Pole Represent? Info, Hierarchy & History of Native American Totem Poles; Burial, Legend, Portal, Memorial & Heraldic

There is a common misconception that all Native American Tribes carved totem poles. This is simply untrue. There were several tribes that were located in areas that didn’t have trees to allow such a tradition. The tribes that lived in the southwest or on the plains, didn’t have trees that were large enough to carve.…

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Environmental Benefits & Potential of Reclaimed Wood Chainsaw Carvings & Furniture Projects in Helena, MT

Each chainsaw carving crafted by Clark the Carver of Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings is unique and each is a one-of-a-kind piece. The trunk of trees found in the NW forests of the United States possess their own texture, structure, and color making them as individual as a fingerprint. Carve Me a Bear! Chainsaw…

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