It is an affordable, practical, safe, and fun project for people of any age.
While the design I use is art deco style, my intention is to simply demonstrate a concept of how you can implement your own interests and ideas into creating a house number that is your own.
Although a laser cutter is used as a tool, an awesome design can be achieved using other tools and the same theory.
I hope you will modify my design to reflect yourself and share pictures with me.
Step 1: Materials and Tools
1'x2' .25" Thick Scrap Oak Wood Sheet
1'x2' .125" Thick Birch Wood Sheet
Wood Glue - Elmer's Brand
Acrylic Silver Metallic Paint
Small Paint Brush
Small Foam Brush
3" x 3" 150 - 400 Grit Sandpaper
2x 3" Length Cement Mounting Screws
2x Cement Mounts
Optional: Clear Spray or Paint On Polyurethane (Adult Supervision Recommended)
Laser Cutter (Capable of Cutting Through .25" Wood, Bed Size Minumum of 6" x 6")
.25" Drill Bit