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Thank you. Love your username too.
Thanks a lot.
7 Amazing DIY CrossesView Instructable »
You are welcome. And no, I'm sorry, this is the only one that I made.
I used Inkscape (a free software) to make the pattern. I have a couple of tutorials on how I make patterns if you would like to see if they would help you out. Here's the link - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlXsqAWo0V6LACPB-nW1xG1YL-nSGBtrY
Good advice and very true. That is why we chose the 1/4" plywood panel for the art and a hardwood frame.
American Flag Star Yard Sta...View Instructable »
This stuff isn't the easiest to use either, as far as peeling off, but it most certainly is better than some spray adhesives I've used.
Yeah, I have had a few people mention that on other forums. I use that method with scroll saw patterns quite often. I wasn't sure if the painter's tape would seal the edges good enough for the paint not to seep through though. It probably would have worked fine. I was just being overly cautious. Thanks for the kind words too.
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I have seen other people do it, but have never tried it myself. It seems like it should work.
Thank you very much.
Awesome job, man. Voted.
Make A DIY Heart with Paper...View Instructable »
Haha, yes, we did try it. I gets tangled up pretty easy since there isn't any give in the bristles.
How To Make A Wood Hair BrushView Instructable »
Thanks, Dan. Who doesn't?
Thanks a lot. Appreciate it.
LOL, to each their own. Thanks for the vote.
Famowood Glaze Coat
Fantastic build, video and ible. Love it all.
Glowing Ood Alien Art (Doctor Who) Glass, Vinyl & LEDs
Thanks a lot, man. I think I want to make one for my bedroom. lol
Make A Batman ShelfView Instructable »
Oh my gosh. That is so awesome. Thanks for sharing. Looks like it worked out well for you.
Thanks. I think the simplicity is the key to this one.
Coffee Wall ArtView Instructable »
Thanks a lot, man.
Well done as always.
Catapult Battle Wood ToyView Instructable »
Increíble. Me alegra que lo hayas encontrado.
Thanks a lot. I appreciate it.
Begleri - Wood and String ToyView Instructable »
Noooooooo!!! Haha, great -ible, man. The colors are crazy bright.
Thanks. It sure is fun. Thanks for the vote, man.
Teddy Bear Toy Made With YarnView Instructable »
I prefer the melee weapon function of this piece. Nice job, man.
Awesome job, Matt. Great first -ible. Love it.
Vinyl Doctor Who Glitter Christmas Ornaments with Double Bow
Seems like people really like your stuff here too. Glad we could help get you over here.
Nice stocking stuffer anyway. Thanks for checking it out.
Great ible, James.
Great opinion. You're right, I think everyone prefers a different flex. I, for one, usually play with a 1.2 mm pick, which is semi-stiff, really stiff by some standards. This would pick isn't too far off from that, though there is absolutely no flex. It starts at roughly 3 mm and tapers to just about 1 mm. So the business end is about right, but the grip is much fatter. Thanks for the comment. I enjoyed reading it.
How To Make Wood Guitar PicksView Instructable »
Exactly. Transferred from my printer to the wood, I guess. Lol. Keeps a nice clear and crisp image this way. Thanks for checking it out.
Make it pointy and stab it through. LOL. Great project, man. Love the simplicity of it all. Definitely a great starter project.
Haha. No really, thanks. And hey, someone has to fill that position.
We figured that out once we were done. Rookie mistake, haha. We are working on a larger one and definitely using registration holes and dowels. Thanks for pointing that out.
How to Add a Paper Image to...View Instructable »
God bless the USA. Great job, brother.
American Flag Concealed gun compartment that hangs on wall
Cool. Can't wait to see it.
Thanks for the kind words and the vote, Terry. Much appreciated.
Thanks for the kind words. I agree. They are all always so unique and different.
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