Here at Screamin’ Designs, we offer an absolutely gorgeous 3D wooden mermaid carving that will definitely spruce up your home’s interiors. Our pieces help add texture, interest and personality to your space. One such piece is Bella the Mermaid. She is created using a digital wood carving process, allowing us to re-create the piece for you. However, each piece is unique due to the different types of wood and their unique grains.
The mermaid is a mythical aquatic creature with the upper body of a female and the lower body of a fish, making it a popular subject for artists due to the mermaid’s inherent beauty. Our Bella the Mermaid depicts a mermaid amidst the ocean’s waves in intricate details. This 3D wooden mermaid carving is made from African mahogany and has been finished with satin polyurethane. It is also available in oak and walnut. Its dimensions, which are 48” x 24” x 2”, make it a carving that will create a strong focal point no matter where you put it in your home as it will be sure to draw attention! If this wasn’t reason enough to own such a spectacular piece of art, keep in mind that every 3D wooden mermaid carving is a custom order – no two are alike! Depending on the material used, as well as the grain of the wood, each piece is unique. Delivery will take between 6 and 8 weeks. At $1,749.95, you’ll not only be getting a grand statement for your home’s décor; you’ll also be helping the Hope for the Warriors® nonprofit organization.
Hope for the Warriors® is an organization that focuses on assisting post-9/11 service members and their family members – as well as the families of fallen service members – with physical and psychological wounds. We donate ten percent of our after tax profits to them. For more information about our 3D wooden mermaid carving or the Hope for the Warriors® project, contact us at Screamin’ Designs Image Source: Screamin’ Designs
We just posted our newest product – the Knife Warrior Stand. We saw this on another website (see below) and thought it was just too nice not to produce. The poor little fellow had no name, so we named him “Warrior” in honor of our dedicated soldiers who are our true “warriors”!
This particular piece is made from hickory (the lighter color wood) and mahogany (the darker wood). It is sealed with natural food grade mineral oil, which has odorless, tasteless, and colorless. This means it will not develop any odor as it ages; it will not transfer any taste to the knives and only enhances the grain of the wood. Additionally, because it is mineral oil, it contains no nuts; great for anyone with a nut allergy.
Screamin Designs is a veteran owned company and we support our veterans. We do this by contributing 10% of our after tax profits to the Hope for the Warrior foundation.
The original design was created by Christian Knull at www.estlcam.com. Christian was kind enough to give us permission to use his design. Thank you Christian.
PS The knives are not included.
Let’s face it, surfboards are big! They can take up a lot of house space when not in use. So what’s the best way to store and display your surfboard? Vertical vs Horizontal Displays – which is better?
Vertical – there are two ways to display your boards vertically: leaning against a wall or with a vertical rack. Leaning your expensive surfboard against the wall is an open invitation for disaster!! While a vertical display rack is better, when they are stacked together it’s hard to appreciate the beauty of them. Plus they still take up a lot of room!! So why not turn them into wall art when not in use? That’s where horizontal comes in…
Horizontal – horizontal storage also comes in multiple variations. There is “straight” horizontal or angled. While “straight” does get them up off the floor, it’s hard to appreciate the beauty of your board when you can’t really see it. So why not make it “wall art”. Either a single or a double can make some great art.
Below are some examples of a double and single display rack. Angling the boards provides your wall with very nice art work as most boards today have more graphics on them than the boards of yesterday.
Check them out –