After carful consideration and deliberation of design elements. This year 2016 will be part of keeping my brand unique and stylish while at the same time keeping that classing wood feel. I don't want to be, as someone had pointed out recently, "just another spoon maker". NO! I'm really not, but what was I to say to this statement? I think my work brings an element of class not seen in spoon making. How ever different I am, I strive to make unique kitchenware. This year will be focusing on my brand as a whole and what it takes to create such a unique work of art. Without a doubt there is a lot of work that goes into making kitchenware and I want my customers to understand and appreciate the process.
I've ordered new product tags and will be launching one new product each month in 2016. For March, my new product is cutting it's way to the top of my list and I hope you'll be spreading the news of my small cheese and jam spreader! It 6-inches long, it's the smaller brother to my longer 11-inch spreader, but keeping within the brand style of the classic inlay accent. The contrasting of woods inlay will continue to be my brand theme throughout the year. I hope you stay tuned and share my new designs as they are launched.
Jason Weymouth is the owner of Carved Wooden Spoons of Brunswick, Maine. He specializes in handmade heirloom quality wooden spoons, spatulas, and custom made kitchen utensils.