Tag: woodcarving

  • Wood Carving Page for Macedonian Clients at WoodCarvingMacedonia.com

    [Translate – Prevedi] Our website and its articles are written in English. However, the visitors have the opportunity to translate all posts and pages in their language. Many of our clients interested in wood carving works come from the Republic of Macedonia (Makedonija), so we decided to create a carving page just for the Macedonians. […]

  • Discounts for Wood Carving Works Until the End of August 2011

    [Translate – Prevedi] The team behind High Hills woodcarving studio decided to offer discounts on their wood carving works. The discounts are available for individuals who will order more than one wood carving work. Also, companies/firms/organizations who order big amount of wood carving works get solid discount. This offer is valid until the end of […]

  • Plain Photo Gallery of Wood Carving Works, Process,Tools and Materials

    [Translate – Prevedi] From the start of “Wood Carving Macedonia” website, our photo gallery operates as slideshow Flash gallery. Since some browsers, mobile devices, etc, doesn’t support Adobe’s Flash technology, we decided to build a plain photo gallery, too. Now, you can choose to browse the photos of wood carving works, process, tools and materials, […]

  • Wood Carving Articles: Useful Tips and Tricks for Wood Carvers

    [Translate – Prevedi] As in the past, we will continue to publish useful articles for wood carvers, under the name “Wood Carving Articles”. These articles are some kind of tips and tricks that help woodcarvers (beginners and veterans) on their way to build masterpieces in wood. Here are some wood carving article examples: – How […]

  • Wood Carving Macedonia – Welcome to Our New Website Design

    [Translate – Prevedi] Hello, I and my team at “High Hills” wood carving studio are happy to announce that the new version of Wood Carving Macedonia is here. The website have brand new look, blog, fresh wood works photos, and many more site features. Take your time and explore it! – Vinko Bogdanoski, Macedonian woodcarver