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Wow…I love it! Talk about yer adult coloring stuff! What did you color it with?
Ooh, so pretty!
“Color It” gel pens on the surfaces, oil markers (I don’t remember the brand) for the gold edges.
@geek2nurse: You missed a spot!
Just kidding… Simply amazing!
That looks amazing @geek2nurse! Time well spent
What did you color it with?
Also. where do you get the glass to go in it to hold the flowers?
I used gel pens (“Color It” brand). I used them because they’re what I had, so don’t be afraid to experiment with other types.
It doesn’t have a glass in it; I’m planning to eventually make some wooden flowers to go in it, but have only got one made so far. (I get distracted with other projects!)
I’m sorry I seriously couldn’t resist
This is a freaking awesome file
That is really great! Love the score only design!
So pretty Nice job.
That is just beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
I LOVE this project! Thank you so much for sharing!! Glowforge and Inkspace are totally new to me. Could you please tell me how you “cropped down a free coloring page design”? I’d love to make this for a friend with an ocean critters etching, but I don’t know how to do that.
I wrote a tutorial on how to do it in Affinity Designer (Cutting out rasters in Affinity Designer) but someone better with Inkscape than I am will have to chime in and tell you how to do it there. Best I can offer is very general – you’d probably need to create a clipping path to cut it out, then rasterize the resulting image, since the Glowforge doesn’t understand clipping paths.
I believe this thread (read all the way down) will help you out
Thank you, I’ll check out your tutorial. I appreciate your help!
Not sure how I missed this one. Stunning work, Ruth!!
So pretty! I’m inspired!