December 17, 2019, 2:57pm
Here are some gift tags I made with the help of some fine cathedral window SVGs I got from Heather Tracy’s
Thicketworks blog (thanks Heather!):
I cut the two layers of the window out of 0.044" chipboard, painted them with black gesso then dry brushed with copper metallic paint. Glued together and then glued on to background card stock. The branches of greens were done using a paper punch, and I 3D-printed the deer on my resin printer.
Forgot the banana. They are 4 inches tall.
Wow, these are super fancy! Forget name tags, these are ornaments in their own right!
Beautiful! Something to treasure and put on future trees.
December 17, 2019, 5:13pm
Tritto! Those belong on a tree!
December 17, 2019, 6:12pm
Love these! The deer is so cute, and I agree they are multipurpose tags/ornaments!
See, the Glowforge really is a 3D printer!
Nice work as always.
Definitely ornament quality.
December 17, 2019, 11:50pm
Those are lovely! Thanks too for the design link to the cathedral file link. I’ve been wanting to design something like that - but haven’t gotten to it yet… this is better!
Beautiful with a capital B. Those are some inspiring gift tags!
@cynd11, those are literally the best gift tags I’ve ever seen…
December 21, 2019, 1:48am
Wow! Beautiful! The file is awesome, but you really gave it a fantastic finish with the black gesso and copper paint.
You are tempting me after seeing your reindeer to get a resin printer.
January 13, 2020, 4:16pm
I ended up repurposing the gothic window design to a small votive, using frosted acrylic and walnut.