Of all my memories with my dad as a kid, my favorites were spending time with him in the garage surrounded by piles of sawdust as we crafted something together. Well, he did most of the crafting, but it was still magical to watch as he transformed ordinary pieces of wood into beautiful new items we could use around the house.
You can find this daddoing his own share of woodworking with his daughter right by his side, too. When he’s not on tour, that is. You might recognize the man behind the power saw better if he was sitting behind a drum kit instead. As a member of the wildly popular 1960s group The Monkees, Micky Dolenz became a teen sensation on both TV and countless concert venuesacross the world. Now 70, he still travels the globe singing the old hits like “Daydream Believer” and “Last Train to Clarksville.”
But when he’s home, you can find the father of four girlsin the garage with his daughter, Georgia, crafting one-of-a-kind furniture.
Before finding fame, young Micky was studying to become an architect.
They got their start with a gift for her boyfriend.
Their “shabby chic” items are each 100 percent made by their hands.
This beautiful guitar stand is one of their most popular items!