Celina Muire takes pride in being able to turn nature into beautiful, permanent art. She focuses on pyrography and woodworking, and has noticed that she’s had a lot of positive response from some of the classes she teaches. Celina makes a lot of home wares from hardwoods like maple and walnut. For the wall art, she uses wood like reclaimed pine or cedar. She knows her work is done when she gets to put the final shine on some of her products like the cutting boards or utensils. Celina also makes wooden hair combs that capture oil and redistribute it throughout the hair unlike plastic combs where the oil just sits on the comb. For more on Celina’s woodworking go to cmuire.com.
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