I started out just wanting a birthday gift for my daughter-in-law. By the time I was done … decided it really should be an anniversary gift! Used a file from Silhouette Design store for the tree with hearts. Cut out of PG Maple Plywood, the hearts are PG Fluorescent Pink Acrylic, and then mounted to PG Cherry Plywood.
Used super glue at the inner top of the hearts only. Even with barely any applied, it still crazed the bottom of the acrylic a bit.
Today, I made one with just a scoring of the hearts and then engraved the names directly on the Maple for my daughter and son-in-law’s.
Need some magnets for an addition to a birthday gift in early February. Downloaded the Batman symbol from clipart-library.com. Painted it after the engrave … little bits kept showing up in the paint. Left it on the bed … after the paint received a third coat … I cut the outer oval.
Downloaded a compass star from http://worldartsme.com. Added some spokes around the wheel, created cut-outs. Looks like I have it a little off on my glue up. This was a test out of PG Medium Draftboard. Very thin cuts … but, this is so fun! The “S” broke … but, it’s still cool. I will enjoy this one on our own refrigerator.