PRLog - Apr. 15, 2014 - CLARKSTON, Wash. -- Seeing women, especially mothers, working with lumbers is not a daily sight. But for Trisha (last name), a mother of two and a stay-at-home wife, working with lumber is the ultimate stress-reliever.
Trisha likes to put home décor ideas into realities. Most of her projects involve wood, may it be picture frames, wooden planters, or banners -- there’s almost always a certain amount of wood in it. Because of her husband’s support and prodding from family and friends, this hobby has become a full-blown passion for this artist.
“I like building my own things and calling them my own. I would revamp furniture, make my own holiday decorations and even make gifts from scratch. I am immensely in love with my passion for crafting, and this love has led me to expand my network.”
When people began appreciating and praising her work, Trisha had to carve a craft night for people who were interested to learn. But it seems there were more people who are interested in learning how she does her projects, so a craft day had to be created to accommodate more interested crafters.
“I am actually shy, but because I love to share my passion and hopefully, my students learn a thing or two from me, I’m willing to step out of my comfort zone. I also provide kits in which my students get to work on and the projects become their own.”
Doing random home décor ideas is what occupies most of Trisha’s time. She journals her projects in her website www.thelumberlady.com. Detailing the process through text, photos and videos, this woman certainly shows an amazing flair in working with wood, even cutting and drilling holes into them.
To learn more about Trisha’s home décor ideas, visit thelumberlady.com.