Exquisitely Designed. Uniquely Handcrafted.

BarnWood Pens LLC was founded in 2007 by John Stuart. John took his hobby of pen turning and expanded it into an artisan line of products using reclaimed barn wood.

What started out as a hobby of pen turning has blossomed into a craft line of household utensils, picture frames, fountain pens, and more.

News and Updates from Barnwood Pens

Floyd Central HS Craft Fair

Floyd Central HS Craft Fair

Barnwood Pens will have various handmade items at the Floyd Central HS Craft Fair on Saturday, April 6, 2024. The show will run from 10 AM to 4 PM. This is the first year for this show, and we’re excited to be a part of this inaugural event! Come out and say hi! Floyd Central

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Male High School Craft Fair

Male High School Craft Fair

Barnwood Pens will be at the Male High School Winter Wonderland Arts and Crafts Fair with a wide variety of handmade items. This will be our fourth year of attending this amazing show. Be sure to wear your walking shoes as this venue typically occupies three main areas of this high school campus. Click here

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Christmas Memories

Christmas is difficult without our loved ones; especially that first year. We made these at the request of Jyll’s family. Jyll’s Mom, Charlotte Heiden, passed away this past July and we all miss her dearly. The base is designed to hold a LED votive candle (included) and is wide enough to accommodate up to three

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Contact Barnwood Pens

If you have any questions about our products or about a custom product, please let us know.

In the Beginning

This is the barn that started it all. Demolished in 1984, the owners kept the remnants of this dairy barn. It was located on Garrison Hollow Road in Salem, Indiana (Washington County).

Our Products

To say we have pens is an understatement! We have roller ball pens, fountain pens, click pens, twist pens. Then, there are writing pencils and drawing pencils. Plus keychains, screwdrivers, knifes and more!

Where to Buy

We set up at the New Albany Farmers Market each Saturday during their summer hours (8 AM til 12 noon). In the fall, we will attend a few craft fairs leading up to Christmas.

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