Although the Glowforge is a really expensive scissors, I still wouldn’t be without it. It is the best felt appliqué maker ever. I believe I could pay fo a new one in five years with the money saved in buying first communion banner kits. Kits? We don’t need no stinking kits.
And then there is the odd liturgical item that I make. This time it was coming to Holy Saturday and realizing the Paschal Candle didn’t come with the usual numbers. Sometimes nice wax ones. Other times cheap vinyl stickers.
I went with red acrylic. I did some 3D printed ones but with an FDM they don’t look the best up close.
I love the banners! Bet the kids are super proud of them.
That’s really great. But do they really have to wait 180 years to use this?
Ha. I didn’t notice I had them laid out in the wrong order until after posting and reading the post.
Very nice, I really enjoy cutting felt on the glowforge! Well done
Great practical and celebratory cuts!
This is great! I had been thinking about some ideas with felt and hadn’t started yet. (I feel like I say this several times a week. lol Not enough hours in the day!)
I really felt good after reading this post. Great work!
Awesome! I had no idea first communion banner kits were a thing. Now yours can be really unique.
Those turned out really nice! I keep forgetting about cutting felt with it. There are some filters for one of my hubby’s tools that I keep making and have been cutting them out by hand. Duh!!
These banners are great. What a wonderful reminder of their special event!
Takes me back to when I was an altar boy.
This is great! Yea, you don’t need no kit!