Getting into the Glowforge Christmas spirit

This was my first attempt at using my glowforge on a sign for our house. I’m soo excited with how it turned out.

Cut the letters on 1/4 inch scrap pieces I had from another project, painted the board behind and made the frame. All made out of 1/4 inch wood so it is very light.

Up until now, I have been using my Glowforge to cut fabric for masks for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Excited to try another medium! Thinking etching / engraving may be next on the docket!

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That is very festive! Well done.

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Nicely done!

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You did a beautiful job on that! It’s a wonderful sign.

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Your alignment is excellent. Care to talk about how you did it?

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Fantastic job!

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Very nicely done! Congratulations on escaping your “rut.” :grin:

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Super job.

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Beautiful! Sure to bring some joy!

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A beautiful and inspiring sign. Well done. :blush:

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You made it look really good. that one of the songs I really like.

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Awesome Job…

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Excellent job!

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Beautiful!

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I used the file I had cut and printed it on paper. Then, I used a trick from art class and put pencil on the back of the sheets and traced the design. All that was left was to glue the wood letters. I know it’s a lot of work but I wanted to make sure I had the alignment down.

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Very beautiful and very vintage looking!!

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Love It! Great job! A sign is on my to-do list pretty soon. Thanks for the inspiration!

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Beautiful!

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Out of likes … but love your sign. Nice font combination, and is so well done.

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