Timeless Crafted Home Decor

Snowman- Tall, Handmade Sassafras Originals


Choose handmade to show you truly thought of them.

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Primitive, Rustic Ornaments Sassafras Originals

Need a little extra?

Make every gift extra special with our cute handmade ornaments!

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Amazing Gifts Without Breaking the Bank!

Elevate your gifting game with affordable decor that can be used year-round. These adorable wood block shelf-sitters would be great for coworkers and friends. Plus, they double as a magnet! Explore our collection of Everyday Decor for more gifting options.

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  • Lead woodworker Christopher works with a tool in his garage.

    Our Products

    Many of our products are made directly by our family or by other small businesses based in the U.S. Our handmade serving boards, wood-turned bowls, and many of our signs are crafted using locally sourced and reclaimed wood. We focus on products that will make both the inside and outside of your living spaces feel like a home.

  • Where To Find Us!

    The Sassafras Family creates handmade products in our home in Pennsburg, Pa. Our customers find us on social media, including Facebook and Instagram. We also offer an online marketplace experience via Shopify, Etsy, and ebay. Currently we offer shipping for most of our products. See product descriptions for exceptions.

  • The owners, Sarah and Christopher smiling inside the workshop.

    The Sassafras Way

    We are a husband and wife team that appreciates the beauty of natural materials. We give new life to old pieces and create unique items for your home. We select products made by other artisans that reflect our love of quality craftsmanship.

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Customer Testimonials

It's super nice! So well built. I think it will last many years! Thank you!


-Beth after purchase of a birdhouse

I have purchased many handcrafted charcuterie boards in all shapes and sizes. I have been thrilled with every single one! They are so gorgeous. So wonderfully made!



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