Mixing plaster is as much of an art as it is a science. It’s important to keep a consistent mix from one batch to the next and this isn’t always easy to accomplish. One of the most common mistakes people make when creating plaster mixes is to lose track of how much sand has been […]
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What a great week we had at the Tennessee workshop. One of the participants said it perfectly: “I got everything I wanted from the workshop, and more.” I was so grateful to everyone in this workshop for all of their hard work and dedication. The host had some issues finding the right plastering tools and […]
During the workshop in Hico, Texas, we built a beautiful and sacred meditation chamber for Donna and Charles. It was a special week and one I won’t forget for a long time, if at all. We began the week with Native American sweat lodge, a tradition that Charles and Donna have been living and learning […]
I drew my first workshop winner yesterday. I’m waiting to hear back from them before I announce their name as I want to protect their privacy; however, I wanted to let you all know that the FREE workshop giveaways have begun! I will choose a new FREE workshop winner every month through to the end […]
I received some information from a man in Alabama the other day. He has a sweet set up for spraying plaster that he is selling. It’s almost new and in great condition. Here’s the description, some photos and the price. If you’re looking to get mud on the wall fast, this could be a great […]
Proper framing techniques will speed and simplify your process. Follow these simple steps to get your frame erected quickly and much more easily than standard post and beam framing practices.