walnut pyramid top plugsPyramid Top Plugs

white oak low profile plugsLow Profile Pyramid Top Plugs

pressure treated deck plugsNEW Deck Plugs

walnut pillow top plugsNEW Greene & Greene styled Pillow Top Plugs

Who say's you can't fit a square peg into a round hole?

Pressure treated deck plug

With Craftsman Creations square accent hole plugs you can do just that.

No need for the laborious and time consuming task of chiseling out square holes. These plugs have a round tenon on the bottom. To install just, drill a hole, dab some glue in the hole, line up and press into place.

IT'S THAT EASY!

 

Handmade in the USA

american flagOur products are proudly handmade in the USA from Domestic and Imported woods.

Store

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Pyramid Top Plugs

cherry pyramid top plugThe original Pyramid Top Plugs with a round tennon.

 

Low Profile Plugs

white oak low profile plugOur Low profile Plugs have a sleeker look.

Pillow Top Plugs

walnut pillow top plugGreene and Greene inspired pillow top plugs for that hand shaped look.

 

Deck Plugs

pressure treated deck plugThese BIG BOYS are large enough to cover a 1/2" bolt head.

Pyramid Applique's

walnut pyamid appliqueDon't need a tennon on the back? OK, Just glue these in place.

Limited Editions

wenge pyramid top plugNew and limited edition products with limited quatities.

 

Contact Us

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About Us

little KevWho is the craftsman behind Craftsman Creations?

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Shipping

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Tips & Tricks

rail designEbonizing, Making your own pillow top plugs, Plug designs, patterns and much more.

 

 

 

 

Featured in the August 2014 edition of

Woodworker's Journal

woodworkers journal august 2014

What do our customers say?

"Great trim item not just for plugging screws"

Chuck Posted August 25, 2014

If you are a beginner woodworker and adding contrasting inlays to your projects is too difficult or if you are more experienced and want to add some quality looking trim to your project just drill a 3/8 hole and you are there! I normally use 3 of these spaced 1" apart. They look great, are easy to do and add that custom value to your project!! And for a little different twist (no pun intended) turn them a 1/4 turn and you have diamond shapes!!!!