Price Signs

Really simple things, but I love how my price signs are looking. I made wedges on the bottom so they lift off the table at slight angle as well. Made with Proofgrade Walnut hardwood, antique brass filing cabinet frames, and printed Kraft paper.

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This looks great! Very simple, but very effective design.

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The kraft paper idea is really good. Never thought of that as a good resource for a differently shaded material for lasering designs and texts.

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Love those. Great use of materials!

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Thanks! I didn’t use the glowforge on the paper, just printed on a regular printer. But yeah, laser cut Kraft paper could make for interesting projects.

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That’s a really great idea - it would make it a lot easier to switch out the tags. Looks sharp.

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Very classy looking!

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This is really getting me interested. Large sheets of heavy paper are not always accessible. I have the ability to cut 32"x32" sheets now with my CNC. The kraft paper would be a great source of large sizes of inexpensive sturdy paper.

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Excellent.

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Great way to add a ‘premium’ look to your table. I aspire.

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Oooh! I like it! :sunglasses::+1:

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Nicest price sign I’ve ever seen!!

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Thanks! They looked great on my table too.

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That looks sharp! And easy to change out if/when your prices change!

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