One Tree Woodwork

Custom woodworking and art

One Tree: the traveling tree

Well the One Tree stickers are traveling  anyway… Matt Rae a talented woodworker has been one of the first sticker request to actually send me a pic which I very much appreciated. Check his site out it’s a cool site he say’s he’s an amateur but you can’t tell that from the stuff on his site.

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So not only is One Tree giving out free stickers we also are giving free shout-out’s wether you want one or not. Hope you don’t mind Matt. So if you want to join the club get your sticker while they last. Just head on over to my “About” page and enter your specs into the private entry form (Name,Address) and you too can help One Tree travel the world without it’s roots leaving the ground.


One comment on “One Tree: the traveling tree

  1. Matt Rae
    February 25, 2014

    Great! If I knew I was going to famous I should have swept aside my plane shavings. Thanks for the sticker and thanks for sharing.

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