This last year at Christmas, I had a piece of Cedar. I cut it up in 12" by 12" squares. In the middle, I cut a square. It was 3/16 of an inch deep. I cut the square to fit a 5 X 7 picture using a pallet cut and a 1/4 inch end mill bit with my C N C Machine. I placed a picture of my grandchildren in the hollowed-out square. I placed a piece of glass over it and sealed it with silicone. Around the picture, I engraved the names of each child in the picture.and their Birthday Dates also. We did this for each of our families. At the top of the plaques, I carved the family name of each family and their wedding dates. I do not have a picture here to show, so I hope this may explain well enough to give you an idea. The wood I used was 1/2 inch thick. I put a hanger on the back and glued a swinging clasp on the back so the plaque could be hung or stood up on a table or bench. I finished them before carving the letters and such on them with clear shellac. I sanded them a couple of times to gain the shine I wanted. There was very little touching up to do when I finished the C N C Work.
Tagwatts1 from Utah
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