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Our grand daughter is expecting her second child soon, so today was a baby shower for her. I wanted to make her a present, so I decided on some scrabble tiles for the baby's name, and some for her son. She likes to do craft stuff, so I didn't apply any finish. Just bare 1/2 inch baltic birch.

Jace with a #1 tile, and Laikyn with a heart added. She loves them. Now she can do whatever she pleases to decorate their room.

Yeah, the CNC did the work. I just did the design in VCarvePro.

Oh, and it looks like I will be making another toy box soon.
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Great idea Mike . Congrats in advance
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Congrats, grandpa Mike, Beautiful family you have. Yep,I think another toy box is in order.
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Fun project, both of them, tiles and toybox.
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Great idea and nice job on the tiles, Mike!

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Our grand daughter is expecting her second child soon, so today was a baby shower for her. I wanted to make her a present, so I decided on some scrabble tiles for the baby's name, and some for her son. She likes to do craft stuff, so I didn't apply any finish. Just bare 1/2 inch baltic birch.

Jace with a #1 tile, and Laikyn with a heart added. She loves them. Now she can do whatever she pleases to decorate their room.

Yeah, the CNC did the work. I just did the design in VCarvePro.

Oh, and it looks like I will be making another toy box soon.
Mike now that you have the CNC up and running you can crank out a whole stack of toy boxes, and just put them on the shelf knocked down . Then in the future when the new grand child arrives ,just take them down and assemble.
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Better start cranking - you got some time to make up. Good to see you getting back to "normal" - at least somewhat.

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