What About Christian Baptism?

This past week I was planning on making 20 spinning tops for a bunch of kids. They’re all different and made from some special wood. When I was describing my project to a friend (a mother of one of the recipients) she asked me about having her son baptized. I briefly discussed with her some of the thoughts that came to mind and she responded with two questions:  1. When can it be done, 2. Would you please write a summary/introduction that could be shared with others who might have similar questions?

What follows is an attempt to respond to her request. I realize there is more to the teaching, but this, I thought, would give a basic introduction to the Biblical teaching, provoke further discussion perhaps, and give me a chance to hear from others on the subject.

WHY IS BAPTISM SO IMPORTANT, ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN? …… By Rev. Frederick A. Kogler

Let me start by explaining Baptism. The answer to the main question itself is based directly on what the Bible says. Baptism is a Biblical teaching and is not unique to Lutherans.

WHAT IS BAPTISM?

The Bible teaches us that baptism is not just plain water, but it is water used by God’s command and connected with God’s Word. Christ our Lord says in the last chapter of Matthew, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit!”

In the above passage Jesus establishes the sacred act of Baptism. The words are all inclusive. That means that all people of all ages are to be baptized in the name of the triune God. The word “baptize” means to use water in various ways: for example, to immerse, wash, pour, or sprinkle. But according to the Bible there’s more to it than just applying water.

The application of water is accompanied by very special words.Those word’s are ”in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

When the water is applied together with the words expressed above something very special happens. Baptism sets a person apart as an individual who is now brought into a new relationship with the Triune God. To baptize “in the name of” the triune God means that God makes us members of his family. The words “all nations” means that all people, young and old alike are to be baptized.

BAPTISM IS MUCH MORE THAN A MERE ACT OF DEDICATION

Little children should be baptized when they are brought to Baptism by those who have authority over them.

It is especially important to baptize children or infants not only because they are included in the words “all nations” but also because they need to be spiritually cleansed and because from infancy on they can believe.

“13 People were bringing little children to Jesus for him to place his hands on them, but the disciples rebuked them. 14 When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. 15 Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.” Mark 10:13-15.

It is very important to understand that all people are spiritual beings. Children are something completely different from all other creatures. Children are much more than highly developed animals, they are human beings! Not only do little ones have a body and a mind, but they have a spiritual part called a soul. It is with their heart mind and soul that they believe. Their lives matter greatly to God!

“6 If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea. Matt. 18:6.

BAPTISM BRINGS WITH IT SOME VERY SPECIAL BLESSINGS

We may wonder what good it is to be baptized. Baptism works forgiveness of sins, delivers from death and the devil, and gives eternal salvation to all who believe this, as the words and promises of God declare.

15 He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. Mark 16:15-16.

Let’s look carefully at what the bible says about the great things that Baptism gives or works in an individual.

  1. It works forgiveness of sins;

38 Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:38

16 And now what are you waiting for? Get up, be baptized and wash your sins away, calling on his name.’ Acts 22:16.

26 So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, 27 for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. Gal. 3:26,27.

  1.  It delivers from death and the devil;

26 So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, 27 for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. Rom. 6:3.

  1.  It gives eternal salvation;

21 Baptism, which corresponds to this, now saves you, not as a removal of dirt from the body but as an appeal to God for a good conscience, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ, 1 Peter 3:21.

By His suffering and death Christ has indeed earned these blessings for us; Baptism, however, is a means by which the Holy Spirit makes these blessings our own. (Baptism is a means of grace.)

11 And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified,you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. 1 Cor. 6:11.

Baptism gives these blessings to all who believe, as the words and promises of God declare: Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. Mark 16:16.

AT THIS POINT WE MAY ASK: “HOW CAN WATER DO SUCH GREAT THINGS?”

It is not the water indeed that does them, but the word of God which is in and with the water, and faith, which trusts such word of God in the water. For without the word of God the water is simple water and no Baptism. But with the word of God it is a Baptism, that is, a gracious water of life and a washing of regeneration in the Holy Spirit, as St. Paul says, in Titus 3: but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit, 6 whom he poured out on us generously through Jesus Christ our Savior, 7 so that, having been justified by his grace, we might become heirs having the hope of eternal life.” Titus 3:5-7.

IF YOU OR YOUR CHILDREN HAVE NOT BEEN BAPTIZED PLEASE CONSIDER DOING SO…

(for a more complete discussion of baptism please contact Pastor Kogler email: kogler@comcast.net.)

I have a baptism scheduled for this Saturday. Since the two families are very large they have chosen Saturday so everyone may fit in our little church. A slightly revised version of this blog will be distributed to everyone.



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The Glories of late summer through the eyes of Faith

Outside the back door of our north woods cabin we have this wonderful display of flowers and plants that are in full bloom. the combination of vibrant colors, proper sunlight, and the the right amount of moisture have combiCabin flowers 1ned to make this and the other flower gardens my Janet has nurtured throughout the summer some of the most beautiful of all the years that we have called Needles of the North our summer home.

Every time we make the journey to and fro (216 miles portal to portal) we have our little Honda CRV loaded “to the gills” with all the stuff we “must” have with us. Every time,  and I mean every time, I am instructed to load, protect and transport the precious living things that our master gardener has set out in our staging area on either end of the trip.

This process is one known to most Minnesotans!

Consider only this;

Today,  a spokesman for the Minnesota Seasonal Property Owners Coalition says the average cabin owner is 62 years old, the average household income is $58,000, and the average Minnesota cabin has been in the family for 25 years.

“This is something you want to hang on to forever and pass on to your kids, your grandkids,” said Johnson.

So take 122 thousand cabin owners, add the kids, grandkids and cousins: Forester from the owners group says you could easily have one million Minnesotans claiming a piece of a cabin.

Some names are clever, others are basic. “This is the Place”, “Dun Rov’n”, “Legacy”, “Up North”, are a few that come to mind. For many a surname says entitlement very well: i.e., “The Johnston’s Place” and its many  variations work and are considered to be the best.

“The cabin isn’t about the structure, it’s about the experience. That is part of our DNA in Minnesota. We have to get away,” said Ohman.

There’s more to it than flowers, fishing, food and fresh air.

Getting away doesn’t mean leaving it behind! We must have our flowers and our pets! Oh, yes…and our many tools! (for me my buckets of turning tools are just the beginning.)

Late Summer Beauties

There is no doubt that I love to turn wood into different things with my lathe. And, oh boy do I need my tools! Sometimes its a bowl, sometimes its a spinning top, and sometimes its a seasonal Christmas tree! Most of the time, however, I dabble! Here you can see a few special interest pens that I made toward the end of summer. I’ve sold them all, but will take orders for others. (kogler@comcast.net) ;o)!

I have deer antler bolt action pens, over and under shotgun style awards and gifts, fly fishing models, acrylic as well as wood. Mostly, however, I use native woods from our part of the world and apply different kinds of finish on each of them. While I work in my northern shop I have all the windows and main door wide open. In the full light of the sun, and in the quiet moments of rest I listen as the White pines speak. When the slightest breeze comes up they begin to whisper the calming sounds of acknowledgement that I ascribe to them. Those things give me great peace. To see my partner puttering in her flower garden, to smell the scents of the north woods and to hear the combination of God’s creatures and creation causes me to pause and be at rest.

Further thoughts of my fellow turners and our common bond make me smile within as I conjure up a picture of hundreds of guys and gals seated and transfixed as they absorb the lessons of the more experienced or accomplished members or friends of the MWA. That, too, gives me great satisfaction. I wish they could all find a sense of peace in what they accomplish on their various journeys. Oh, how I hope to see you all at one of our next meetings….

It has a lot to do with spiritual peace

The greatest and most perfect peace, however, comes to any and all who remember at the urging of The Holy Sprit the words of our Savior God. It makes little difference whether one is in her apartment, confined to a care facility, or roaming on the open road…and hopefully standing at one’s lathe with chisel in hand making shavings.

A familiar text in all cases is John 16:33: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace, In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

Until next time: “God bless!”



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Lathe, Tree, and table

While puttering these days, last week and today, I did a lot of arranging and cleaning, used my lathe, did some writing and preaching in different venues and  in both shops. The result was to complete a couple of projects and to sort of close the chapter on a sermon series at the same time. Today I preached on the conclusion of Martin Luther’s Small catechism. Yesterday I performed a wedding at Cady Acres in Western Wisconsin, and used the Ecclesiastes verse from chapter 4 that is so very popular.

In the northern shop at Needles of the North I finished the little table I mentioWest End NON studioned before. Jan helped paint it, and now, there is only one special light fixture to install and that studio will be complete. The leaded glass windows are the handiwork of son David.

He did a redesign of a window painted by Karl Larsson and rendered it in the fashion that complimented the rest of the loft. Along one wall we have 3 sleeping cubbies with queen sized mattresses. I made those using northern white pine and Janet put curtains across each one for privacy.

This area (24×36) is furnished further with Ikea pieces and serves as a studio for my design activities, writing, and devotional compositions, and sleeping quarters for our guests and my occasional naps!.

The lower level of this 1.5 story building is my shop area that I use for all kinds of woodworking. Its equipped with 2 lathes (one small lathe for very tiny projects, and a larger lathe for bowls and longer pieces) , table saw, bandsaw,grinder,drill press, sign making machine, auxiliary power generator, shop vac and a large work bench. That’s  all the power tools I need for what I do.  The name of our property in northern Minnesota is called “Needles of the North®” and is located on Northwoods Needles Road! As you might guess our 3+ acres are covered with Larger Pine, Spruce, Poplar, and Birch trees. We have 200 ft. of shoreline on the northern end of Gunn Lake. All of which has been a tremendous blessing to our family and many friends.

When I’m not doing “flat” work I do my turning. Included are pens, tops, trees, bowls, medallions, cutting boards, bottle stoppers, to mention just a few. Here’s a sample of my pen turning activity. If you are interested in any custom gifts or presents send me an email.

The devotion written for today (composed and edited at Gunn Lake) was recorded and posted from WSP and is one that leads me to appreciate even more the many wonderful gifts we have received through the study of the Bible and the many things we have learned and had the privilege to share. School Days is based on Matt. 11:29. Click on the red link “School Days” and you will be taken to the brief video for today.

Until next time, keep learning and “God Bless.”

 

 

 



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Rainy Day Turning – Sorting, cleaning, divesting!

Weather or Whether not?

Reorganization and rainy day! Right now its raining “cats and dogs.”  Lightning and thunder punctuate my train of thought, and I don’t feel much like making anything.

As I continue to develop my wood turning library of

6 pens 5.11.16
Custom six – rainy day output

things to put into production, I have gathered lots of tools, kit parts, jigs and accessories. You might say I have a closet full of wardrobe pieces that have been crying out for organization and storage. this is the tedious process best suited for a rainy day in my part of the world!

 

Rainy Day, not! This is the “real” problem…

One of the things that has kept me from properly working at this process is the failure on my part to develop and implement a procedure to follow to make it easy enough to fit into my work ethic.  I commonly divide my week into segments in which I do certain things. Each day begins with prayer time and personal study time before breakfast.

Monday is usually church review day.

My video devotions are done on a weekly
basis every Tuesday morning.

Wednesday is class day when I teach several classes beginning at 9:00AM and wrapping it up with my last class ending around 7:15 PM.

3 bolt action antlers
Bolt action – antler bodies

Thursday is turning day, shop time, or general putz. Currently I’m making strides on fulfilling commissions and organizing my shop supplies.  Recently I completed an order for 27 spin tops and have one more order of 9 to complete. Here are a few things I’ve been working on. I will donate one of these to a non-profit fund raiser. I like to see the expressions of surprise and satisfaction on the faces of those who receive one of my pens as a gift.

Friday-Saturday are study days.

Currently I’m trying to locate a dye that will mix with stabilization and allow cedar oil stabilization while at the same time coloring the wood I want to turn. If anyone has a suggestion or can point me to some examples of how to dye woods while stabilizing it let me know.

The next few weeks I will be working in my north-woods shop designing and making a little table to place in the studio in Marcell, MN. I’ve studied a few Karl Larssen paintings and found one I think fits pretty well. I’ll post a photo of the finished product soon.

Time for supper… I can’t forget that!

 

 



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Life is Interesting and Complex

We made our way north Wednesday PM. I had been to Hudson to do some desk work, and Jan was in school. I picked her up at 2:20PM, and we were on our way. The traffic was light, we stopped a couple times for fuel and a lunch break. The first rest stop was right around mid-state and it had rained. When we got out of the CRV the air temperature had dropped to 48 degrees! What a shocker. Then as we drove further north it kept getting warmer. We gained 12 degrees by the time we glided into Needles of the North.fred dotty

David had arrived the day before and got right at getting things ready for the summer. The lawn was mowed, screens were on, shower system activated, drain access covered, roof cleaned of needles, and a trip to Big Fork for supplies for the pantry garnered his dinner, a freshly made pastie from Kocian’s. He had tuned in the antenna for the TV in preparation for the Summer Olympics in August.  Our wireless system was up and running…What a guy… by the time we got unloaded and settled in it was about 7:30PM. Jan had overdone with her gardening and packing for our 5 day break. She felt ill and headed to bed in a state of discomfort.

Dave and I visited briefly and it was decided to take mom to the hospital in Bigfork to have her get checked over by the doctors at the clinic. I didn’t rest well being worried and still wound up from the drive.

Thursday we were at the clinic by 9:30AM. It takes the better part of 45 min. to make the drive.  By 12:30 noon she was out of there with a a couple of prescriptions to combat an infection, a warning to slow down a little bit, tired and hungry. We picked up the sulfa drugs, a pain killer and then made our way to Kocian’s for a sandwich and Cranberry juice and a potty stop. By the time we got to the Antler store she was ready for ice cream, minnows and her fishing license.  When we got to the cabin it was time for her to go to bed for a nap!

Dave was relieved to have us back. We had been texting all the time so he knew what was happening. After a rest he and I looked at his list of things to do and got started. We installed some roller shades in the garage, mom slept and then we heard the door shut at the cabin and sure enough there she was with her gardening hat on, working at planting flowers. It was my turn for a nap and it was a good one. I have lazy-boy recliner positioned in the basket house and slept for about an hour and a half.By the time I woke up David had put a Water seal coat on the decking for our lake dock.

Around 5PM he read and rested in his magnificent lakeside hammock. Jan and I sat on the cabin deck and visited about things in general and it was good. The meds were kicking in and she was feeling much better. Dave made the guys some typical summer “gin and tonics”, mom got tea, and I helped debone some steak for stir fry in prep for a late dinner. Everyone should know that with the three of us cutting, dicing, boiling and stirring we had the best stir fry over rice ever.

By the time the dishes were washed and stowed it was close to 7:30PM. Dave and I made our way back to the studio to complete the re-installation of the the outside shower curtain and adjustment of the water temperature.  Mom rested and read and by 9PM we’re packing off to bed and calling it a day.  Praise the Lord for all that he has bestowed and given us today…Amen.

 

 



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Some “non-pen” Thoughts

Frederick A. Kogler
Frederick A. Kogler

Some “non-pen” Thoughts

Greetings everyone may the peace of God which surpasses all understanding keep your hearts and minds through faith in Jesus Christ.

This is all straight talk, there’s no partial revelation, double talk, ambiguity or half truth here at all. When it comes to the presentation of the Good News the truth is all that is involved.  This is what I believe, teach and confess. This is the underlying philosophy for all that I do. What that means to me is that what the Bible says is really the way it is! John 17:17 (NIV): “Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth.”

Since everything in the Bible is true, every detail is important!

The words, the grammar, the context, the era, the implications, all of those details are to be taken seriously. Not to fear, however, since the Bible is a love story. It is the story of God’s love for sinful mankind. John 3:16 (NIV) “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

Not only does the Scripture reveal the absolute truth about God, it was given to us as it says:To thoroughly equip mankind for the Christian way of living. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NIV): “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” When Jesus commissioned his disciples to evangelize the world not only was the scope of the project global, but the content of their teaching was to be complete, nothing more or nothing less. Matthew 28:18-20 makes this perfectly clear. Matthew 28:18-20 (NIV):18 “Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Please note that there is no political correctness here, nor is there any higher critical evaluation, nor slicing and dicing according to the whims and fancies of those to whom the disciples where to go. When the Gospel message tells us that Christ died on the cross for the sins of all men that’s exactly what it means. Rom. 5:6 reminds us: “You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless,Christ died for the ungodly.” And, again we are told:in Rom. 5:8: “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

Here we hear the words of God! Each one is important. Here we hear God speaking to us! Everything he says to us is what he intends for us to hear and to apply to our lives. So we hear in John 20:31: “But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” So it is that our hearts rejoice as we hear the words of the absolution: Matthew 9:2: ”And, behold, they brought to him a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed: and Jesus seeing their faith said unto the sick of the palsy; Son, be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee.”

Pay close attention to the details my dear friend, until next Time: God Bless!

 



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And then there’s the dentist!

Hi! In about an hour I plan to be in the dentist’s chair gaping up as the health care professionals do their thing with my teeth! Crown, root canal, deep cleaning…whatever! It all keeps me humble and grounded through pain and the reality of physical degeneration!

To prepare I’ve brushed, flossed, and taken a nap… I’ll bet most of you know all about this!  Well, I’ll let you know hows it goes! I wonder how offgridders deal with tooth decay and dental hygeine?



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Fulfilling an Order

boldt Act copperI like doing antler pens that represent the .30 cal. take down means. The reasons are many. In my part of the world white tail deer are abundant and if not harvested destroy lots of browse, cause property damage, and are a major contributor to auto accidents. What is more, many are harvested and the sportsmen donate the highly preferred meat to many who would not otherwise have such delicacies on their tables.

The antlers themselves are easily obtained as they fall off each year and it is common to come upon them on deer trails in the woods. I do not buy them by the pound or otherwise as I feel this might tempt poachers to violate the principles of sportsmanship for a few extra “bucks.” (for give the pun).

3 boldts antler
Gun metal,copper,and bronze finishes

This order was generated by partnering in a craft sale several months ago. At that time I had made several of the same which sold out. I then had a client contact me for a custom order for Christmas gifts. Time passed and then most recently another client came forward through an email requesting that I make a set of 3 similar but different “bolt action deer pens” as she called them. She hoped that my prices had not gone up ($45 ea.). They have not! So we reached an agreement and I went into production. The results are pictured here.

The only finish on these real antler bodies is renaissance wax applied with soft paper towel and polished at a very high speed. They look and feel great.  I’ll put them in presentation boxes as part of my standard practice and they should be ready to go.  Have a great day, stay safe, and “God Bless!”



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Trees of the Nativity

Easing into Summer!

“Please, oh, please, Don’t throw me in the briar Patch!”  Such was the plea of Bra’er Rabbit.  It was, however, just exactly what he hoped would happen.

There is no doubt in my mind that sometimes we get ourselves into situations that we wish we hadn’t . For me that may be completely different than for you, but I think that it must happen to everyone some time or another.

My most recent situation was in my wood shop as I was finishing up on a presentation bowl. I had shaped the outside, reversed the chucking and was well into the hollowing process. Actually, I got pretty much done with the inside, and then it happened! A corner of the chisel I was using caught the curve as I was blending the bottom with the side of the bowl. My chisel jumped in my hands, I heard a distinct crack and my heart sank. I turned off the lathe and sure enough there it was a major crack that would all but have rendered the piece worthless.

KwikKrystal 6 set
KwickKrystal CA 6 set

I was grumbling about my careless mishap when it occurred to me that I had just been thrown into the briar patch.  This crack would have been the worst place to be if it wasn’t for the fact that I had on my shelf some  KwickKrystal CA … just what the doctor ordered.

What to do? Well I had boasted to the club that my super glue was better than others, and now, I was going to see if I would have to eat my words or end up salvaging a wonderful piece of handy work.

The CA offered by me has the brand name : KwickKrystal CA because I had originally asked the chemist at the lab who mixes the formula to make the viscosity suitable for finishing wooden objects such as pens, bobbins, medallions, and small bowls. The finish achieved is glass like so the name Krystal.

At the same time it serves as a superb super glue. It bonds very quickly and permanently even without using an accelerator. If, however, one should want to use quick setting enhancer we have one formulated to be compatible with KwickKrystal CA. It is available in 2oz. pump spray containers and can be purchased as a part of the set pictured above or independently.  A debonder is also available as well as med, thick, and flex formulas. For those with special needs it comes in the colors brown, black, blue, and red colors. KwickKrystal is packaged in 1oz., 2oz., 8.5oz., and 16oz. bottles. For pricing and shipping costs please drop me a note and I’ll get back to you with a price quote.

Mini bowlBack to the briar patch. I was able to glue the cracked bowl as well as finish it with KwickKrystal CA thin.

Until next time stay safe and “God Bless!”

 



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The Nativity Trees

Forest of the Nativity 3
The Nativity Trees

Greetings everyone. I have been working in my shop to create small turnings that I call “Seasonal Trees.”  Included is a set I refer to as: “The Nativity Trees”. I have been working with various wood types and sizes in many colors that have been in my shop for some time. The trees you see here are part of a collection made this Fall and as a group called “The Nativity Trees.”

Some materials for the “forest” include pine, spalted birch, cocobolo, aromatic red cedar, oak, ash, and boxelder. In addition, I have used several different colors including “strata-board” variations that have been used to turn pens, bottle stoppers and engraved medallions.

Each tree that I turn is “custom”, that is, there are no exact copies. This is by design so that I may stay interested in the process, and, so those who might want to collect them will have, in each case, a signed, dated, and unique addition to their ‘forest’.

Patriot's Christmas Tree
Patriot’s Christmas Tree

Although basic turning is rather simple, a more challenging part in the process is to impart a high gloss permanent finish that will withstand the much handling that these trees invite.  I sand each tree with 14 different sandpaper grits, apply 9 coats of CA Kwick Krystal(TM) finish and finally use a very durable high gloss polish to complete the custom tree. Even though each tree is wood, the finished product looks and feels like polished glass.

Each tree is topped with either a Swarovski crystal, a glass or metal star, or an Hungarian furnishing. The tree sizes vary from 1.5″ – 4.5″ and come in a presentation box that is stamped with the “Needles of the North” logo.  These trees make excellent hostess gifts, stocking stuffers, or special occasion mementos.

First offered at a shop in Bigfork, Minnesota Timber Rose Floral and Gifts they have found a high acceptance level and there are individuals who have begun to collect them to be displayed all year round. If you are interested pleased send me an email or contact me through Facebook.Facebook .



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