These stunning blank ambrosia maple panels are perfect pieces for creating an outstanding piece of art. Their dark streaking features contrast against the smooth creamy white wood, which elevates these panels for beautiful, distinguishable pieces of art. These ambrosia maple pieces can be woodburned, painted, embellished, decoupaged, carved, or used for any other DIY craft project! They’re already prepped, sanded, smoothed, and ready for immediate crafting.
No one else has wood quite like this! This remarkable wormy ambrosia features dark streaking, "worm" holes, and distinct patterns that are only found in the Eastern part of the US. Anywhere from Maine to Ohio down to Tennessee, this kind of ambrosia is only found here.
*[Please note: This wood contains worm holes. Most of the holes go all the way through the wood. Because of this, we don't recommend using this wood for cutting boards or food display. Food particles, bacteria, and water can become trapped in the holes and will degrade the integrity of the boards faster. You don't want these boards to rot or get moldy over time. If you wish to use this wood for any food use, we recommend filling each worm hole with FDA approved wood glue, resanding, and refinishing the boards with mineral oil or bees wax.]*
- Approx. 8" X 8"
- Beveled edges on all 4 sides
- Beveled edges can act as a frame for the small square plateau
A Note About Us:
We are not a large supply company and do not batch out our wood pieces in mass quantities on large equipment. We are a very small little business- just David and Renee- and operate out of David's grandmother's basement and our own house. Each and every piece is measured by hand, cut by hand, processed by hand, sanded by hand, and double-checked for perfection by hand. We use a variety of hand tools, like chisels and hand planes, and power tools, like a lathe and orbital sander, to process our wood and create beautiful things. All of the Burnables are sanded smooth and ready for immediate burning! You don't need to do anything to the wood in order to begin burning on it unless you want to sand the pieces to an even smoother grit.
A Note About Our Wood:
You could occasionally expect some imperfections in the wood and bark. Irregularities and defects are the nature of wood. This could include minor bug damage, minor spalting, irregularities in sapwood, flaky bark, and other quirky things that wood does. Usually, the descriptions will contain notes about any imperfections we notice. While we try our best to work around the irregularities or fix the irregularities, some pieces still contain them. This is just the way of the wood!