Find a reasonable price of wood and a number of dimensions. Then ask yourself what’s important to you, such as durability and value.
What size/style of boat do you need? Is it more of a boat or a mobile? Where does it fly?
What’s in the price range? Is it cheap or expensive? Where are the parts? Do I need a bunch of things?
If you have a lot of wood to cut and you have a lot riding on the quality, will you want to sell a product you can’t use, or maybe a product you don’t need on your boat?
What’s the quality of the pieces going into your project? Is it really worth it if you use scraps?
Do you know the material you’re using, and what it can do? Or is it not worth it if things need maintenance?
Can you see how your project will look when you can hang that board on the mast?
What’s the best way to sell it? Use a yard sale or sale where it’s on display?
What do you like to do in the evenings outside to eat or drink?
What are your hobbies? Do you love to go camping? Do you like to be in the dirt to enjoy nature as much as yourself?
What’s the best size or shape wood for your projects, such as: a boat?
Can you use it in other projects?
What features can’t I find in the wood?
What would you buy it for?
Why is the wood you sell so different from the tree it’s for?
What’s your philosophy when it comes to wood: a few good reasons? Are there more?
Do you think the other person will be happy with your wood?
When people see something they like, they’re more likely to purchase it for themselves. Some people don’t like all wood products. You may not be able to do it well in every wood. You may even have more problems than they do with your wood.
I don’t know why, but I love to see the difference the wood makes. And I also LOVE people that buy wood I’ve chosen and want to do something nice with it. Wood doesn’t have to be expensive. I know you will enjoy your wood! If you have any questions about pricing or making sure it’s the right product for your project, please write me!
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