Not a big Grill Master? Are you or someone you know more comfortable working in the kitchen? Perhaps mom or even dad could use a special reminder of their special culinary skills?

Well here is a mini project for all the kitchen chefs out there! Honor the chef in your group by carving up a special unique kitchen sign that lets them know they are appreciated! We gathered up some classic kitchen-themed tool models to help you build a classic kitchen sign.

This 5-piece project includes:
-Rolling pin
-Pie server
-Oven mitt
-Apron (flat surface to accept v-carving)
-Retro sign shape (flat surface to accept v-carving)

With these tasty elements we’re sure you’ll cook up a great looking sign and dare you to think outside the icebox to come up with your own unique “hack” with the help of our other mini- projects.


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Hack this project!

The shop sign above is made using the models from 2 projects:

WOW... that's a hack!

The Chef's Kitchen No.1 project contains the following models and project sheet.


To get you started on your next weekend project we have included this assembled layout.

Project Sheet

Food for thought.
Ideas for other combinations of this project.

In case you need...

The vector outlines for all of the models in this project you can download them from this link:

EPS - Outlines

In case you wanted to know... 

Fonts used in the renderings is called - 

  • Pupcat
  • Calligraph421
  • Baveuse
  • Mister Earl BT

Fonts used in the Project Sheet for this project is called - 

  • JasmineUPC
  • Baveuse


Thanks Weekend CNC Warriors for these project images!

Thanks Don for the image... yummy!




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This CNCminiProject was created because all of us here aren't afraid to wear an apron!