Creating this years unique gift or centerpiece just got a whole lot easier. Everyone enjoys a hand-crafted candy bowl or a new door decoration to help set the mood when guests arrive.
V-carve a holiday message or saying on the bottom of the bowl for endless uses. Santa will be very impressed to find his cookies in a special dish made just for him! You might even add in a small model so even when it's empty it becomes a conversation piece or lessen the pain for the guest that missed out on the last home baked goody.
The ribbon included with this mini-project has been designed so that you can tuck models, like the fir sprig or holly sprig (from the Home for the Holidays No.2 mini-projects), under its curls. This is a fantastic way to keep using this model over and over without anyone knowing!
We have designed a few neat features into this mini-project that will make it even easier to use and re-use. These features include:
- The candy bowl can be used not only to hold you favorite holiday treats but will make for a great frame to hold another holiday model.
- Ribbon has been modeled to easily overlap most models helping you to create a more interesting layout.
It's never too early to get started on your Christmas list... right?
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The Home for the Holidays No.3 project contains the following models and project sheet.
To get you started on your next weekend project we have included this assembled layout.
Food for thought.
Ideas for other combinations of this project.
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The vector outlines for all of the models in this project you can download them from this link:
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This CNCminiProject was made to take the "Bah Humbug" out of the holiday CNC season!