I’ve offered you free files, and I’ve told you what my favorite tools are for making wood signs. It’s probably about time I shared a wood sign tutorial, don’t you think? Today, I’m guest blogging over at JenniferMaker and sharing my tutorial on her blog. I am absolutely thrilled and honored to be doing so!!
As a new blogger, you cannot imagine the excitement (and panic) I felt when Jennifer asked me to contribute to her blog. She’s doing a series of blog posts right now called Make It Merry: 25 Days of Maker Projects. It’s a virtual Advent Calendar where Jennifer is offering a new project each day. She started on December 1. My wood sign tutorial is part of this series.
Here’s a sneak peek at my project:
My wood sign tutorial will show you how to make this Merry Christmas Snow Globe sign. The cutting file is available for free in Jennifer’s Resource Library. Head on over to Jennifer’s blog to read the post HERE.
You should be prepared to get lost in the amazing projects over at Jennifer’s site. Here is just a sampling of the wonderful projects Jennifer offers on her blog:
Jennifer is a very generous blogger who creates a ton of cutting files, shows you how to use them and gives them away for free. The woman is a machine! A Cut Above is the course she created to teach others how to make their own cutting files. Jennifer is also very supportive of new and beginning bloggers. She’s been an inspiration to me and so many others. I’m a big fan!
I’m anxious to hear what you think about my tutorial and don’t forget to sign-up here on my blog for access to my resource library so you can get more free files from me!
What will you do to Craft Your Happy today?