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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby Carrie V » Sun Mar 01, 2015 5:58 pm

AntennasDIY

It’s very cool to see someone using a file I shared, I love seeing the creativity on this forum. Great job! :D
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby creek » Mon Mar 02, 2015 8:07 pm

Carrie V wrote::) Here's my file

Carrie V,
I noticed several different fonts you used. Could you share those with us as well.
Very nice work.
Thanks for sharing.
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby antennasDIY » Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:20 am

No thank you Carrie. So nice of you to share your efforts. Really enjoyed making it and my Co worker really liked it. Win win!
Thanks!!
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby llwood » Sat May 25, 2019 2:32 am

Carrie, We had a perfect use for this file posted 5 years ago! Thanks for sharing the file. We made some modifications and came up with this! I converted it to a double-sided piece, and if anyone would like it, I'll be happy to share.

Cutting and finishing by Marty, painting by Erica. What a team!

Thanks,
Andy
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby jimwill2 » Sat May 25, 2019 3:03 am

Nice looking frames! One issue with frames made from a piece of hardwood, they can be very fragile... the 'skinny' edge of your frame can easily warp and/or crack. I found a method that makes those edges pretty stable. I make a fat 'popsicle' stick that runs the direction of the grain (I usually cut it from the center of the frame that will be cut out. Then I make a female pocket across the grain that the stick will fit in. I glue it in and mill it off after it dries.
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby cnctech » Wed Jun 12, 2019 1:53 am

llwood,
Would appreciate you sharing your 2 sided file if the offer is still open, my neighbor just had a baby and this would be a perfect gift.
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby cnctech » Wed Jun 12, 2019 2:21 am

llwood wrote:Carrie, We had a perfect use for this file posted 5 years ago! Thanks for sharing the file. We made some modifications and came up with this! I converted it to a double-sided piece, and if anyone would like it, I'll be happy to share.

Cutting and finishing by Marty, painting by Erica. What a team!

Thanks,
Andy


Andy,
I'd like a copy of the file if the offer is still good
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby llwood » Wed Jun 12, 2019 4:20 am

cnctech wrote:I'd like a copy of the file if the offer is still good


Here ya go!
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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby cnctech » Wed Jun 12, 2019 1:14 pm

llwood wrote:
cnctech wrote:I'd like a copy of the file if the offer is still good


Here ya go!

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Re: More Baby Picture Frames

Postby lsvien » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:46 pm

What might be useful is to list the fonts used. When I have projects I will document what font I used in the notes section so the next time I open it after a brief year to three I know which one it was. Also when sharing files it would be useful when the next person doesn't have the font in their system. Don't have to guess or search to find it.
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