DECEMBER NEWSLETTER


Holiday Happenings, oneTree gift guide and Santa's workshop

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS

 

John is unable to write the intro this month as he is busy in the workshop making gifts for Christmas. This is his twentieth consecutive year of building homemade gifts for family and friends!! 

 

From ALL of us at Live Edge Design we want to say a heartfelt thank you for supporting us another year!

We wish you a very happy holiday full of feasts around a table full of family and friends.

 

From:
Adam, Alice, Amber, Ari, Betty, Christine, Colton, Derek, Donna, Erica, Grant, Ian, Jake, Jan, John, Katie, Kurtis, Michael, Mike, Neil, Phil, Rick, Rodrigo, Rob, Sharlaine, Sharlene, Stefane and Todd

 

A WARMING HOLIDAY MESSAGE (FROM TOYOTA)

TOYOTA HAD OUR MARKETING MANAGER IN TEARS BY USING A LIVE EDGE DESIGN CORE VALUE AS A HOLIDAY MESSAGE.
 

This incredibly moving holiday ad by Toyota aired on Nov 28th embodies everything that Live Edge Design believe about trees, tables and family and would have been the perfect video for oneTree 2015 story...if only we had Toyota's marketing budget!

 

ONETREE GIFT GUIDE

 

A few oneTree artists have created pieces from the oneTree walnut for the gift shop at the Robert Bateman Centre. If you are interested in purchasing a piece please email 
shop@batemancentre.org

 
 


SANTA'S WORKSHOP

This year our team of volunteer staff (and their families) made wooden toys for a local initiative called Toys, Toques and Toiletries, 21 learning trees for local classrooms and 6 dinosaur toys for our local pediatric unit.

Our team of elves were rewarded for their efforts by an incredible lunch by 'Cure Meat and Cheese', from Santa (well um nearly Santa...a local man bowled us off our feet by gifting us this tasty treat!)

One of our elves is even heading up a campaign to fill 28 hampers full of fresh produce and non-perishables for Cowichan Valley families.
 

 


LATEST CREATIONS

 

 

HAPPY CLIENT ALERT


"Our live edge is still awesome! not one scratch dent or ding in it. No cracks or separations and it looks as good today as the day it was installed, it is presenting itself like a piece of art. We still get many compliments on the style and finish, so the investment was well worth it."

Paul and Laurie

 
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