Here are some little Halloween extras that I made for the kids of family & friends. A few dog tags that I think the boys will like. The girls are very girly at this point, so I’ll have to think of something else for them.
I got the tags online @ theringlord.com. As long as you can get your alignment right, anodized aluminum probably THE most forgiving material to engrave on.
I set this file up with a number of different colors, all stacked on top of each other in the file. Separate colors for the outline shape of the tag and a color for each side. I put cardstock down with magnets and then cut just the outline of the tag, ignoring the other colors. Then I could just place the tags in the cut outs and turn off the outside cut line then alternate turning on and off the other colors as an engrave for each side. Much easier than trying to use nudge alignment. I’m using paper or cardboard templates for just about all of my pre-cut items. Just make sure to adjust the material thickness to match each operation.
Lots of Holiday presents will be lasered this year. Halloween is just the beginning.