Cuppa Fog

COVID-19 Update

So, what is a woodworker and photographer doing making masks??

Actually, Cuppa Fog was originally created because I was sewing cell phone and tablet cases and purses! I’ve been sewing since I was 8 years old, and always loved it. So when the world turned topsy-turvy and they started recommending people wear cloth masks, I realized I could actually make a difference by digging into my fabric stash and making masks. Every mask someone buys allows me to donate one, and it’s been a huge task to try to keep up with demand – but one that I am happy to take on, as I really love feeling like I’m helping those who aren’t able to help themselves. And I really love showing my 5yo son how helping others can be rewarding for us as well.

Are you still selling wood art?

Yes! But turnaround time may be a bit longer, as my priority is getting masks in the hands of those who need them. But I also have many items currently in stock - if you're on a timeline, send me an email!

Cuppa Fog cloth face masks

Lots of masks going out!

Cuppa Fog art is Handmade!

Photos are taken by the artist, Chelsea Hiatt Farley.

Cuppa Fog pieces are photos that have been hand-transferred onto wood block. The result is a retro-looking, uniquely-distressed image. The process actually transfers the ink to the wood, which results in the wood grain showing through, and an organic distressing of the ink.

Each transfer is hand-done, and each piece is one-of-a-kind! Every piece has its own unique wood grain and areas of distress. Therefore the item you receive will differ slightly from the picture on the website. Items are made-to-order. Please allow 3-7 business days before shipping.

Images are sealed in semi-gloss to be UV- and water-resistant. Wood edges are left raw to enhance the distressed, natural look. The wood is hand-cut, so measurements may vary slightly.

We are happy to work with you on custom pieces as well. Please contact us for further pricing and information.

Chelsea's hand-transferring image transfer process in progress