WOODBURNING ART - INSTRUMENTS

revamp

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If you have an instrument you would like personalised, or would like to discuss an idea for something you would like to develop, please do not hesitate to get in touch.  

bespoke / personalised instruments

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Wooden instruments are beautiful in their original form, however many of us like a personal touch or signature design to make these precious items even more unique.  Here at The Cowshed we specialise in upcylcing forlorn guitars, violins, bongos, didgeridoos and just about any wooden instrument you can think of! Statement playable and decorative instruments created through burning designs / wording of choice in to the wood by hand to create individual one-of-a-kind pieces to be treasured forever

unique decorative items

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Decorative wall hangings using refurbished instruments are a Cowshed Creations speciality.  Bespoke orders are discussed in detail with the customer to make sure the perfectly tailored gift is created. 

Have your own instrument customised:

Personalised

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Stand out from other musicians by having your own instrument customised with a design / wording to represent your image.  This guitalele was ordered as a gift for a very talented UK-based singer songwriter, Steffan James.  

Individual

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Using his own imagery and logo, it was an honour to work with the customer to create a one of kind gift for this fantastic musician.   

Unique

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Cowshed Creations will work with you to bring your design ideas to like.   All burning is done by hand and we ensure the original instruments are cared for and respected throughout the rejuvenation process. 

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To find out more about this incredible artist, visit www.steffanjamesmusic.com

Special gifts

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Looking to give a special gift to be treasured for years to come?  Get in touch and we can work with you to design a bespoke intrument to fit in with the recipient's interests and tastes!

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Any ideas you have can probably be burnt in to an instrument - what would you go for?

..pyrography on instruments..