Laser etched rolling pin

Finally got my rotary fixture figured out and working again…
Did this for my niece as part of a wedding gift basket😁

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Wow. Looks pretty slick!!

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Whoa! I foresee kitty cookies! :grin:

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Ahh! I love this!

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You are so talented. The gifts that you make are all so thoughtful. They are lucky to have you. I am kind of glad that WE have you too. :relaxed:

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Thank you @davidgal2, I love being a part of this group. Its fun to share ideas with all of you. :heart:

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we are all envious of your two lasers

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That’s kinda adorable.

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once again great work and a very good project idea.

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That’s a winner. I hope she likes cats!

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Yay! Cats and lasers! What could be better?

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bunny’s and chinchillas

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Rumor has it there is a special soft spot somewhere in the community for narwhals.

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Frogs and Turtles

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I’ll probably just do customer requests instead of pre cutting a bunch. Unless I find one that sells alot :slight_smile: But thanks for the ideas everyone…lol

My niece loves cats so I thought this would work for the trial run. :smile_cat:

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I am so green with envy I am like the Hulk, or maybe Shrek.

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Tried out the rolling pin.

Used a shortbread recipe…they came out cute😁
I may do a tighter design next time though

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I didn’t think it would leave an impression on the dough, but it left an impression on me.:yum:
Beautiful job…

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how deep on the rolling pin are the cats?

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It was a pretty shallow cut, about 1mm deep. Will want to go with a deeper cut next time, but this worked anyway :grin: