Looking for a unique novelty item that not only provides a bit of charm to your home but also provides function as well? Then you should check out some of our many woodworking designs at Screamin’ Designs. One of our newest items, the woodworking knife stand design Knife Warrior, is perfect for the kitchen space.
Our woodworking knife stand design is a great way to add some fun and personality to your kitchen countertop. The design depicts a warrior built out of hickory with a mahogany helmet and shield. The warrior is in a spear-throwing pose while holding up his shield. The shield, of course, is where your kitchen knives can be slotted.
The warrior is sealed using natural food grade mineral oil. The oil is odorless, colorless and tasteless; which is essential for the knife holder because it means no odors will develop over time, nor will any tastes be transferred to your knives. Using mineral oil means anyone with nut allergies won’t have to worry either.
The Knife Warrior design is just one of our many novelty items. We also provide items for fishing, athletic sports and hunting enthusiasts. Here at Screamin’ Designs, we donate 10 percent of all of our after tax profits to the Hope for the Warriors nonprofit organization. They help post 9-11 service members as well as their families and families of those that have fallen or that have suffered from physical or psychological wounds while on duty.
Be sure to pick up our woodworking knife stand design, Knife Warrior, to spruce up your kitchen and to support Hope for the Warriors. We are offering free shipping to the continental United States January 13 through January 18, 2015. For additional information about our wide variety of products or about Hope for the Warriors, contact us at Screamin’ Designs today.
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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 –
At 16, most people can’t see beyond 20. Anything over 30 is “old”. But hunting is timeless. The top picture was taken in 1957 and now this same man is 76 years old, still hunts and still gets the same smile on his face when he talks about hunting. The bottom picture is our other brother. This update is in honor of our other brother, Rush who was also an avid hunter. Rush lost his battle with cancer 12 years ago (today is his birthday)!!
The guns are more modern, with high-powered scopes and global positioning satellite attachments. The clothes are special made now, to “blend in”; no more wearing just jeans. Today it’s camouflage, weather-proof, special made gear. No more just canteens and a brown bag lunch. Today it’s ready to eat gourmet meals, heated thermos containers and tree stands that rival the comforts of a Cadillac!!
But the “man” behind the rifle is still the same. Now that “man” could just as likely be a “woman”. As of a study done by The US Fish & Wildlife Service in 2012, 11 percent of the hunters today are women!
Good luck and good hunting!!
Screamin Designs would like to take this opportunity to help raise money for breast cancer research. We’re doing our part by donating .50 for each Hot Pink Gator we sell during the month of October. Help us, help the research – buy a Hot Pink Gator.
Screamin Designs is a sports enthusiasts website that caters to it’s customers. We have a great product, good pricing, and we will provide you with great service. Our goal is to process your order within 3 business days. Also there is no special “shipping and handling” cost, all you pay for is the actual shipping!! I just hate buying something for a low cost and then the shipping and handling are more than the item price!! In addition, when you buy 3, the shipping is free! It does not matter what 3 you buy, any 3 and the shipping is free.
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Thanks for supporting breast cancer research,
The Screamin Designs Management Team
As you can see, hunting gator’s has been in our family for a long time. This picture was taken in 1951 in Homosassa Springs, Fl. At this time, the gator was not on the endangered species list and no license was required!! Things have really changed in just 63 years.
As of 2012, of the 11,462 permits issued, only 6,609 were actually caught. Of the 8 southern states where hunting is permitted, Louisiana issues the largest number of permits and has the highest number harvested. That is not difficult to believe with all the swamps they have!! Southern Louisiana has approximately 40 to 45 percent of the total wetlands found in the lower southern states.
However, before the population increase in Florida, over 60 percent of Florida was wetlands. Today that has been reduced to less than half that amount. It has impacted hunting and fishing areas in the state.