i've taken my bussiness card to a trophy shop and had it burned (lasered) on
1/16in door skin. i glue these in some inconspicous place on the piece and add
the date. being as how i sell my stuff it works out nicely as they wont lose my
making sawdust in salem or
I put a $2.00 bill in a place where it will only be seen if work is
taken apart. I sign and date it. Have them behind the built in cabinets
in the shop. Under the W to W carpet in front room. Just for fun. One
under some molding on a Grandmother clock. If I ever REALLY need some
mac davis wrote:
Tue, Dec 14, 2004, 6:16pm (EST-3) brian_j email@example.com asks:
I like to date my masterpeices (?) with an inset penny (3/4 forstner bit
works perfectly). A bit of shellac keeps it shiny. Got the idea from a
Becksvoort article. Anyone else do this?
I glue a business card inside my suff, that has an inside that is.
Where it's not easily noticeable, with the month and year. Number any
duplicates for some reason.
We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.
On 14 Dec 2004 18:16:29 -0800, brian_j firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
No, but I like it. You can have steel stamps wi th your name (or
anything else) engraved on it from Brownells, the gun parts supplier.
These are supposed to be used for stamping gun barrels, so obviously
they work fine for pounding into wood. Years ago, I had a guy make a
custom stamp with my first name and last initial engraved into a hunk
of steel. It works only on end grain, but looks exactly like the
stamps used by old wooden plane makers.
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