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These handmade solid wood Picture frames with Tassel hanger with glass. This will be an amazing statement piece for that person whom is graduating to display in the house! I take special care when cutting each frame to insure a clean legible letters, and match up the wood colors on each to give each one a unique look.

Each frame is approximately 13” x 11” wide" and 1/2” thick and fits a 5x7 picture. 

*Please leave desired years in comments.*

These handmade solid wood Picture frames with Tassel hanger with glass. This will be an amazing statement piece for that person whom is graduating to display in the house! I take special care when cutting each frame to insure a clean legible letters, and match up the wood colors on each to give each one a unique look. I take pride in my work and ensure that each frame has no gaps at all glue points, sand parts down smooth, I then sand the sharp edges off of all sides that can eventually chip, crack or split if left un-sanded. After all of the building is done, I give it a clear finish to show to true colors of the wood. Each frame is approximately 13” x 11” wide" and 1/2” thick and fits a 5x7 picture. 

Each frame is made to order. *Your items will not be the ones pictured, but are made to look similar. * Since they are made from solid wood, there will be differences in the wood grain, knots, distress marks, etc. I will send a picture of the frame once I finish making them to ensure that you are happy with the way that they look before shipping them to you! If you prefer the more rustic knotty looking wood, please leave me a note with your purchase and I will do my best to use pieces that have a more rustic feel!

Because they are made to order, you may request that I customize them with a different color stain and wood types. If you would like a custom color stain, and woods, please message me before ordering and I will do my best to get the exact look you're going for as well as if the wood can be cut on the scroll saw! 

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These are made to order so please allow 1-2 weeks for them to be made prior to shipping. They will be mailed in a USPS box and will come with tracking information! 

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MEET THE CRAFTSMAN: Frank Manteau

Owner and Craftsman of Kamikaze Wood Werks. I am a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. I was a member of corporate America but wasn’t happy, I started woodworking  at a young age. I have over 20 years of knowledge. Although I have spent most of my life working with my hands. I grew up in Ohio learning how to build things whether it was in Scouting, helping on a local farm, in wood shop back in high school or things needed for my home. So being discipline and attention to detail isn't new. I have always had a level of passion and creativity in the craft. I moved  from Ohio to California in February 2013.

A proud graduate of Union Local High School in Morristown, Ohio, with a PHD that didn't exceed 12 years. I went into the Marine Corps upon graduating. I served this country traveling across the world during my 7 1/2 year career. Once I was able to gain the tools to start wood working in April 2017, at the age of 40, I discovered my true passion for artisan woodworking, I left my last job in outside sales behind to solely focus on my family and this new path in life.

As a single father with full custody of my two kids, Laura and Eric. I live and breathe for my kids and this passion.  My twenty plus years of wood working and carpentry skills, along with knowledge of many types of joinery that I'm currently using in order to use the least amount of hardware as possible is keeping this craftsmanship style alive in each and every Kamikaze Wood Werks piece.

RESPONSIBLY SOURCED MATERIALS

Why kill something when we can bring life to that which is dead?

I will never ask to cut down a live tree to make a table, stand, frame, and/or cutting board.  I use what others might consider ‘waste’ as the raw materials for my furniture, turning dead, fallen, and disaster trees into beautiful works of art.

Much of our wood is sourced locally from businesses here in California for our fine wood working projects. For larger projects I use regional woods, native to the state of California. I also have  partnerships with an organization right here in California that supplies me with some gorgeous, exotic woods.

– Frank Manteau, Owner & Craftsman

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