First Official Sign

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Ron Rachauskas
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First Official Sign

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Made my first official sign. Coworker is redoing his daughters room and wanted her name for her wall. Total carving took around 2 1/2 hours. I primed it for him. He will paint it his daughters room colors.
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Very clean work, Ron!
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Very nice Ron! Love the font, perfect for the occasion - is it "Laughing and smiling"? Clever way (on the diagonal) you made your sign fit inside your material.

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Nicely done.

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Thanks everyone

Ralph - Yes, it is the “Laughing & Smiling” font. My coworker wanted the sign to be 10” tall and that was the only way I could make it work.

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looks great. I am just starting out and cutting everything in pine. I found some MDF and cut out a couple of projects and it worked out well especially when a wood grain might have detracted. do you use MDF for all your projects?

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PatentDraftsman wrote:
Sat Aug 08, 2020 7:08 pm
looks great. I am just starting out and cutting everything in pine. I found some MDF and cut out a couple of projects and it worked out well especially when a wood grain might have detracted. do you use MDF for all your projects?
This was my first time using MDF. It cut really nice. Can’t wait to try it again.

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