Customer Showcase

Customer Showcase – Greg from Texas

By |August 5th, 2015

This wonderful looking tack trunk that Greg created using plans purchased from the Kyserike Kraftsman was a gift for his wife. He used a Mahogany gel stain on the exterior with their farm logo (Greg’s wife painted the horse in the logo) inlaid in the front with solid brass accents all around. Greg also added an expandable luggage handle attached to a drawer slide on the bottom. Great job Greg, you should be very proud of your work! Thanks for sharing!

 

 

Customer Showcase – Bill from NY

By |April 4th, 2013

Bill sent us a few pictures of the tack trunk he built for his granddaughter using plans purchased from the Kyserike Kraftsman. The trunk looks very much like the one that I built for my daughter :-). Thanks for sharing Bill!

Customer Showcase – Kent from New Jersey

By |February 23rd, 2013

Kent sent us a few pictures of the tack trunk he built for his daughter using plans purchased from the Kyserike Kraftsman. His choice for wood was birch plywood and oak trim. He has received many complements from people at his daughter’s barn and who now want a tack trunk like this for their own. Thanks Kent for sharing your work with us. It looks great!

Customer Showcase – A Gift for a Granddaughter

By |February 7th, 2013

James from Virgina created this wonderful tack trunk for his Granddaughter using the plans purchased from the Kyserike Kraftsman. Before he started the project James was not even aware of what a tack trunk was, but he is now an expert!  He used box joints for the sliding tray and the results look great. Thanks for sharing your granddaughters tack trunk with us James!

Customer Showcase – Dennis from NY

By |January 30th, 2013

Dennis sent us these pictures of the tack trunk and grooming tote that he created using our plans for a friend’s daughter for Christmas. Dennis used spalted maple for the trim, shelf, and sliding tray. The grooming tote he created using clear pine. Dennis told us that he felt the plans were easy to follow and he really enjoyed making the trunk and thanked us for creating the plans. Thanks Dennis for sending us pictures of the tack trunk that you created and for the wonderful comments!