"Discover How Without Experience to Easily Make
Unique Walking Sticks With Your Own Two Hands"
(Join this fantastic hobby or turn a hobby into extra cash!)
From the backyard of Mike Klein:
you are waiting for your first hot tips in 5 to 10 minutes via
email, why not get well on your way to making fantastic walking
sticks and staffs now!
walking are activities we choose to get out and discover nature at its best.
You and your buddies hike unique places other people just think about. Making
hikes sticks is a great way to bring your memories back home and possible way to make money
It's a fantastic
hobby but it can cause problems.
Last year my wife complained. She said I need to make some room. My
hobby grow from making sticks to almost a production line for gifts to
friends and family members. It was just taking too much room in our
house. No, I do not have a fancy work room with expensive tools and
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Walking Sticks They Can Make Easily Themselves?
kept getting asked by my many relatives and friends to make them hiking
sticks and staffs. They were very choosy in the ones
they want (size, color, finishes, carvings, etc.) so I have a bunch left
That's when my wife said to make room. Forget about the room full with
her Barbie Doll collection, tones of holiday ornaments, knitting
projects, and other things she collects. I had to make room so I
This is a hobby for me.
So I though maybe at local flea market I can sell a few to make room. I sold 17 of my sticks
in 3 hours and made $457. These were not my better sticks. These
were some of the ones relatives did not want.
But not only that . . .
The first one sold
for $37.00 and then a stone inlaid walking staffs sold for $97. The
walking stick one only took
two hours to make with the total cost of $3.17 The stone was found in a
stream - cost zero. The stain, sand paper and rope for the handle cost
$3.17. Profit of $93.83!
Plus, I found the tree root from my neighbor Ficus tree trimmings (here in Miami Ficus
trees grow fast and their aerial roots make interesting shapes!). Here
were the results of the flea market:
7 of the sticks I sold that day were straight bamboo staffs of different sizes with a weaved rope handle sold for $29 each.
I wood burned some images of birds on the bamboo.
3 were ones with wood burned images of animals on birch
sticks which sold for $35 to $43 each
2 of them were
Ficus walking sticks with inlaid stones sold for $85 & $97. One of the buyers says he pans to use it as a wizard staff in a school play.
2 hiking sticks made of strong aged cedar (wood
collected from a Tennessee trip) with inlayed copper
metal strips on the top sold for $53 each.
3 were carved sticks with a wind spirit that
sold within the first 1 hour for $49 each. These were ones I made
when I just learn to carve.
I'm proud of my accomplishments -- but I'm not telling you all of this
to brag. I am a
living proof that the average person, who began with no wood working
skills or knowledge, can make their own unique walking stick and people
paid me to do it.
I'm telling you this because one of the hardest things you can do is to put your faith in someone who has good intentions, claims to have experience and abilities to tell you how to do something...
... but you do not know the person.
"Here's See for Yourself Some of the First Walking and
Hiking Sticks Made
If you are like me, who had no experience at all, then here's proof that you absolutely can make unique wood hiking sticks and walking staffs with a little help. I messed up many sticks in the beginning but over time, through trial and error, I made hand made some great unique walking and sticks .
Where ever I hike, people want to know where I got my sticks. I told them, "I just collected sticks and roots that appealed to me and start to work them in the evenings when I got home".
some of the results...
"Now I Look
foreword to work the sticks I collected in the woods"
The techniques from Mike enables me to make great hiking sticks. I even learned different staining techniques to create stain patterns. Now,
I look foreword to work with the sticks I collected in the woods.
Rick Escauriza, Miami Florida
P.S. " Mike I just finished carving a wood spirit just like the one in the guides.
I did a practice one as described and then produced this one. Now I
just need to stain it and create highlights to give contrast
using a technique Mike Showed me"
used as a tool was my pocket knife, sand paper and the fantastic
direction with images in the ges. This is the first one I
ever did! Thank you again.
"It just plan looks awesome."
After looking at some of the sticks Mike created I decided to try it
myself. I met Mike while he was hiking outside Estes Park (about 2
hours from Denver). I collected a couple of the correct type of
saplings while I was hiking. Then I used techniques from Mike
guides to turn the wood collected into sticks that reflect me. I made
7 walking stick so far and each one is better than the first. The first
was a free hand wood burning water scene with ducks . Then I did a tree design
from a template I create using Mike's guides. I'm not an artist but
I can do this!
Also, I used Mike's instructions to weaved a hand grip which adds a finish touch to the walking sticks. I used parachute cord instead of leather because leather tends get wet and cracks as Mike suggested. The weaved cords are easy to make.
They are stronger and last much longer. Now I make 100% of all the parts of my walking sticks. Thank you Mike!
I'm going to start the
carving section next to learn how to carve an eagle and wood spirit!
Brian Roberts, Denver Colorado
Two years ago My friend Rick was admiring a unique walking stick in a
store after we hiked in Montana. It wasn't anything fancy.
The hiking stick had a
weaved rope cord hand around hickory stick with an inlayed copper meal
band. It was priced at $129.99 which was out of his range.
The next day we met over hot chocolate (he had coffee). He mentioned that he wanted an unusual hiking stick
like the one I used on our hike. He told me about the stick he saw in
the store. Before he could ask I realized he was setting me up for
He wanted me to
make the stick for him or show him how. I told him to find a
sapling, branch or root in the woods with a shape he liked. He finished
his coffee and took off. Rick went out to the woods and found a couple great
limbs to use for hiking sticks.
When he arrived back in Miami, he started to work with some instructions from me. And after a few hours with his new hobby he had a great walking staff with a copper band inlay. Since then he has made several more, one from each of his recent hiking trips. Plus, his son now makes Wizard staffs for his friends (he sells them for $47 each)!
Suddenly it hit me — if there was a demand out there, I could make clear step by step
A to Z instruction guides on How to make unusual wood hiking
sticks and walking staffs by hand! And if they hike, walk or backpack, then they be proud to hand make their own wood hiking stick!
When I first started making walking sticks, I bought tree and wood
identification books, wood working and hiking stick making
books, studied a bunch of expert how-to guides on carving, and read just
about every on the internet
It took many
weeks and months of trial and error when I first started. All I know was that I wanted a unique and useful hiking stick that I can say, " I made it my self and it's as good as anything you can buy".
spent $387 dollars on books, magazines subscriptions, tools, and other
things I though I need. I spent days researching and trying different
methods of how to make creative walking sticks.
What a waste! The
people showing "how to" are veterans with many, many, many years of
experience and they have all the expensive that make it easy. Plus, the
books and magazines only took me through one part of the stick. I just
wanted a simple step by step instructions how to make a fantastic
looking hiking stick without the hassles.
I wanted an low cost A to Z guide on how to make sticks from the
collecting, handling making, carving, bottom metal tip making to wood
The result was the A to Z Guide to Easily Hand Make Unique Walking Stick
Now friends use the guide that details in simple steps, from A to Z, how
to make great looking walking sticks with wood they collected.
If you are thinking, "but I'm all thumbs with
tools!" Rick, Brian and I use to feel the same way. If you can tie a
knot, carve a simple pumpkin or paint a fence you have the skills
And you'll LOVE the pride of your own handy work making your unique sticks when your walking or hiking buddies say, "How did you make it? - It looks great." I promise you that!
"With a bit of help, absolutely anyone can make a unique hiking stick or walking staff, a true piece of art...
... with virtually NO previous wood working experience"
I wish that during my many months of figuring out the techniques, tools, and methods, I had known these tips and tricks you're about to learn today.
Instead, I spend many months and hours with costly "trial and error"
methods. I reviewed many wood working books, spent countless hours on the internet reading "How to Make a Hiking stick" that were little more than Boy scout drill hole for rope and paint to finish the stick. Plus the wasted time in libraries to find a useful beginner guide that turned out to be very discouraging.
And get bragging rights, "I made it with my own two hands"
But YOU don't have spend the many hours of research and make costly errors that ruin great looking limbs, roots and saplings that you collect -- I've done the groundwork for you!
What you'll get is a step-by-step guide to make sure you enjoy making, with your own hands, a true quality wooden stick that will give you a great memories of your favorite forest, desert, park or mountain hiking area.
Plus, you will get dozens of helpful "How to" tips for all types of hiking sticks from unique shaped roots, metal and stone inlayed walking staffs to a carved critter or wood spirit hiking sticks!
Am I saying that if you follow these guides I'm about to share with you, that all of your will be an expert wood worker, inlay artist or wood carver overnight?
No, of course not.
There is NO magic pill for becoming an expert overnight. And there will never be.
But what I am saying is that it is pretty normal that within only a short time (few hours) after you start using these step by step guides, you will create sticks that reflects your love of the outdoors. And a while later, true pieces of art with inlayed metal, stones and even carved wood.
Take your time because you have full 100% risk
free 6 months to try the guides. Get the
And after a couple of months...
Well, it's up to you. After a few months, you might grow to love this hobby so much that you may need to sell some at the Flea market or on-line to make room for more.
People keep asking me to make sticks for them. I only have so much time to make sticks for friends, relatives and neighbors. So I've decide to make these guides available to you, in a special eBook that you can
own in the
next few minutes. . .
And the best thing about them is...
You don't need to be a wood working expert
You don't need to know anything about curing,
types or collecting wood
You don't need to know how or what tools to use
You do not need to spend countless hours doing boring research
It's not pricey
It's not some scheme to get you to buy a bunch of accessories, tools
or extra stuff
complete and doesn't require a lot of money to get started
And better still, one of the most important reasons people are in love with this approach is these guides prevent the destruction of your favorite wood stock that you just collected on your last hike by making mistakes.
Discover How Easy it is, For
Yourself, How to Hand Make a Hiking Stick and Even How to Carve a Hiking Staff
Once you download your copy of my exclusive Guides, which I've called "How To Make Unique Wood Walking and Hiking Sticks
yourself" you'll discover EXACTLY what you need to do to get started making, burning, and carving your handmade hiking staff right away!
Here is what you will get:
Simple Step-By-Step easy to understand instructions and images that starts you out right. It explains different stick designs and takes you from collecting the wood, to peeling the bark and on to the
Staining Techniques and Choices. Staining is not just rubbing on color. There are methods to creating unusual patterns and shades. Plus, tricks to bring out the beauty in the wood.
Burning Image Guide for Stick Makers with over 47 patterns.
Create trees, forest, birds and other images quickly and easily.
It's simple to wood burn fantastic characters and animals if you
know the ticks.
Plus, how to make hundreds of your own patterns for Free. This is a great method of making an ordinary stick to a
truly one of a kind conversation piece. Learn how to put animals, faces, trees and other images on to the
stick with ease!
Fancy Rope Walking Staffs and Sticks.
Rope is not just for climbing. Use it to create sticks with style
that can save you on a hiking trip. Learn how to create patterns
(weaves) quickly for he perfect non-slip hand holds and straps.
Wood finishing and Preservation. How many coats? What to use and how to apply it. This is a greatly overlook area that can make or break your stick. How to prep the wood
and how to get rid of wood boring bugs!
Step By Step to
silver, copper and even magnet metal Inlay. Did you know people wear copper bracelets and magnet pendants for health reasons? This is great area to explore if you are thinking about making money with this hobby. Have you seem anybody offering healing hiking sticks or walking staffs. I haven't. Or inlay silver to create a true master piece. The options are endless.
Stone Inlay. This guide covers gems and stones suggestions. Which one are best base on hardness and even what to look for when you are self collecting. Plus, it covers which cut stones work best, which ones to avoid at all costs and where to get quality ones at a low price.
Work Place Safely is a must. Get great safety tips on how to properly work to reduce injury. How to hold the wood and even quick clean up tips. Things happen while driving, hiking, swimming and even walking. The better prepared you are; the more you will enjoy your work.
Carving for Beginners. Look
you will not become a master carver overnight. However, you can make
some great carvings if you know the basic steps and tricks. Even
make a wood spirit. Who knows you may enjoy carving so much you might become an expert yourself!
After Stick Making
Projects: Put all the skills you learn for other wood working
projects with the left over limbs and branches. Great gifts,
decorative walking stick holder and more.
Plus many more tips, suggestions and tricks to make it a great experience.
Each of the Guides will show you in detail what you need to do, various options and additional ideas to take a basic hiking stick to the next level with steps for you to follow.
But that's not all...
... Because not only will you discover
how to collect, stain, sand, carve, wood burn, inlay, hands and rope
work to hand make walking sticks and gain a great hobby, you'll also learn how to...
1. Measure the Correct Height - Critical for
Proper Usage. Many people just pick up a piece of wood and do not think about possible back aches and other issues. One of my favorite walking sticks turned into my
wife's because I did not measure the right height. Her gain my lost. Do you want to make the same mistake?
This is a critical step. Improper height can cause shoulder, arm and
hinder your hike instead of helping it. the correct height
and hand position will prevent aches and pans and make our hikes last
longer. Get this critical information in the guides.
2. Prevent wood rot and breakage. Just when you started to enjoy using your own hand made wood stick it cracked or split. Learn how to prevent this problem. How to get rid of wood worms and other pests too!
you do not properly cure and preserve your stick then expect the worse.
Wood is a natural material that needs protections to provide many years
of useful service. Learn the steps to protect your hand made projects.
3. Get "I Did it" bragging rights. Has a friend ever commented about something you built, created or fixed. Just think about walking around your area or hiking with your friends receiving great comments about your
This is a great hobby for people with all thumbs. The guide takes
you step by step through the process so anybody who can handle simple
tools (knife, sanding, paper, etc.) can do it and it 100% guaranteed!
4. Become an expert yourself. Nothings say you need to stay with the basics. You will be given many
ideas to improve and create fantastic walking staffs and sticks. Earn
money with your hobby.
You can make money with this hobby. People love walking sticks. They are
great for art shows, church fairs, internet and even on consignment. If
you live near a national park even better! Plus, they are very very low
cost and fun to make to make.
You can even teach classes for scout troops, campers and friends too!
5. Identify the best wood. Nothing is more frustrating than working with wood that is either too brittle, heavy or just does not work well. Knowing what wood to use will prevent frustrations and add
enjoyment to hobby.
Now what types of wood to self collect. Which ones are best and provide
great grain variations. Get suggestions of what wood is best for
beginners and favorite wood for carving.
6. Avoid costly mistakes. Prevent mistakes that turns great shaped and unusual wood you collected into scraps of trash. Have you ever jump into a project only to find later that you either have to start all over or trash the project because of a skipped step?
Avoid walking stick wrecking errors. You spend time collecting your wood
so you have a lasting memory of your trip. No make sure to avoid costly
mistakes. The guides include over 87 mistakes making
7. Waste not ant not. What do you do with those short pieces of left over wood you collect? Get instruction on how to turn short sticks into useful wood work and even everyday useful
items made by you.
Why stop at walking sticks and staffs? Apply the skills you learned and ideas to other projects.
And you’ll get over 87 wood working hot tips in the guides!
be Blunt: I Want to Help You With This Great
Here's something else you should know about me...
I'm interested in working with people who are committed to making quality wood hiking sticks, walking staffs and cane walking staffs.
Now, initially I was going to offer this for
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Here is what
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Give them as gifts to your hiking
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And that's why I've decided to put a very reasonable price of just $47 on these guides. I think that's a fair trade. Hours of research, trial and error. Mistakes made and sticks broken before you. This is a hobby that will give your years of
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To your success in your new hobby,
want to be crystal clear this is not some cheesy thrown-together Word
document cut-and-pasted from random websites who don't even know what
they're talking about — these Guides are assembled by me and every part of
it has been review and tested by people with no experience to give you the
ability to create quality truly unique walking staffs and hiking staffs 100% guaranteed!
Look would you rather spend countless hours researching,
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