My snowflakes are an exceptionally fine gift. They are jewel-like because of the way I use the grain to create a beautiful starburst effect.

They are thin and delicate. Ten of them weigh only one ounce, making them ideal Christmas tree decorations. They are about 4" in diameter and about 1/16" thick; and have a clear finish to enhance the natural colors of the wood.

Each ornament is packaged in a gold gift box and includes a tag describing the wood and a card explaining how to care for it.

I create a new design each year. There are now over 40 designs currently available, as well as Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri ,Ohio, and West Virginia state ornaments made of woods native to each state, my snowflake jewel boxes Crystal Jewel Box, the Trinity Stand and Icicles. Thank you for visiting my web site.

Dick Scheu, Wood Artist

Designer and Creator of Elegant Snowflake Ornaments,
Handcrafted from the Finest Natural Woods.

1222 Holsworth Ln.
Louisville, KY 40222

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Kentucky Snow in the News

Lexington Herald-Leader, November 29,2013

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2018 will be my eighteenth year as a juried exhibitor at Kentucky Crafted: The Market. I am the leader in this unique art and each year I get better so look for some exciting new snowflakes. The Market is a rare opportunity for buyers and has won numerous awards. This year The Market will be in Louisville. If you can come to the show stop by my booth, number 440. Wholesale is Fri, March 2 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; Retail is Fri, March 2 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Sat, March 3 & Sun, March 4, 2018; Kentucky Exposition Center, 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY. Click the logo to go to and find out more about Kentucky Crafted: The Market. Wholesale buyers click here to register for wholesale. Thanks, Dick Scheu

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A speaker at a conference once explained the wood talks to him and lets him know what to carve.
"I've been carving for years, and if a piece of wood spoke to me, I'd be scared." Minnie Adkins