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Made one of these with a name on the top a couple years ago. Thinking I could add a French and Italian one since they drink a lot of wine. Just looking to get the right saying and spelling right for them. Gotta find Scott's paint by number sheet and try a little color maybe.
 

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Made one of these with a name on the top a couple years ago. Thinking I could add a French and Italian one since they drink a lot of wine. Just looking to get the right saying and spelling right for them. Gotta find Scott's paint by number sheet and try a little color maybe.
Good the way it is, I think.
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find other nationalities and put Welcome in each language.
That was my initial thought. But then I got to wondering if there was a salutation or phrase in French or Italian that is used like we do welcome. Can do family names too.

Don't think Polish will go over -- they drink beer!!
 
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I like your design.

What program did you do the CAD/CAM in. I have a Shapeoko and use the Carbide 3d software but feel that I have kind of out grown it. I was thinking of buying Vetric Desktop and then may upgrade to the Pro version when and if I outgrow that.

You might just try "Vino" and both Italian and French speakers would recognize or maybe "Salute" because the wine bottle and grapes already indicate it is Wine.
 

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I like your design.

What program did you do the CAD/CAM in. I have a Shapeoko and use the Carbide 3d software but feel that I have kind of out grown it. I was thinking of buying Vetric Desktop and then may upgrade to the Pro version when and if I outgrow that.

You might just try "Vino" and both Italian and French speakers would recognize or maybe "Salute" because the wine bottle and grapes already indicate it is Wine.

That was a combination of a frame from a Vectric project, wine stuff from another, and the grapes were, I believe, from Aspire clipart. Hodge podged together. I think Vectric has a "design and Make" project that is very similar.

A bit of advice -- just get Vcarve Pro to start - and then move up to Aspire when you can.
 
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