If you’re planning on really getting into wood work then you will definitely need to do your homework on which types of wood to use when crafting.
• Ash is one type of wood that is often used in wood crafting because it is highly grained and has a creamy feel and texture to it. It is also very strong, flexible, and can withstand pressure and splintering. Ash can be bent without losing its strength or breaking so if you have some big projects in mind, Ash is a great wood to consider using.
• Birch is another type of wood that is commonly used in wood crafts. It is extremely versatile and has a uniform appearance. They produce find textures and are very strong. You can use birch for just about any type of wood craft from ornaments, to tableware, to furniture. If you’re not quite sure what you’re making but know you want to use wood, then try using birch wood.
Making wood bible crafts can be fun for the whole family, and can really add to a lesson you’re teaching. Just remember that if you’re making the project from scratch to do your homework and what type of wood to use so that the project turns out the way you want it to.