Introducing #26 from our new collection of natural Branch Wood and Driftwood cribbage boards.
Inspired by the forests and ocean that surround us, our large tabletop boards are as unique and beautiful as the trees they come from and the ocean forces that shape them.
We first released this series last fall and quickly sold out of most of the one-of-a-kind styles, so we produced a new collection with all new boards and unique designs - just in time for Earth Day.
This was made by another crafter and brought in for me to burn and paint. Crafter used linseed oil. I resurfaced the top. Plus, see this ugly dowls? Crafter claims these were nessesary to keep all 3 layers together but I saw no sign of them inside. When peering inside other than the oak wood itself, the only other thing I see is a magnet for when the drawer in pushed back in. I did manage to hide yhe dowls. Client loves it. #cribbage#cribbageboard#woodpainting#woodburned#pyrography#handpainted
Day 96: In 2015 @caseyjdunn and I got each other cribbage boards for Christmas. In 2018 we became friends with @nickster72613 and we finally learned how to play!
Every Tuesday at 6 p.m. Brenda Nason met with about eight others to play Cribbage at Giovanni’s Restaurant on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard and Ruffin Road behind the Carl’s Jr. On Tuesday, March 13, the group didn’t play their favorite card game here, because the restaurant was locked up and their lights were off.
“This caught us off guard,” she said. “The kitchen equipment and the tables were gone.”
Nason, 58, is the leader of Club #79, San Diego County Cribbage Club, which is part of a national organization with roughly 200 clubs across the U.S.