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Gamer Sign Set (5 Signs)

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$8.00

This set includes 5 gamer-themed signs that you'll love! All of them can be made as large as your laser will allow with no adjustments needed - just select all of the pieces and size them however you like! The initial files are each sized for a single 11" x 19" sheet of material.

Each sign is made of separate layers that make it drop-dead simple to paint. You can just spray paint each set of pieces their own color and then assemble and you're done!

(With the "Just 5 More Minutes" and "I Went Outside Once" signs, I experimented with blending several spray paint colors and they came out great! I also cut a version of the "Just 5 More Minutes" sign on my Mira 9 to make it huge and I loved that as well!)

Learn more under the Project Details tab.

* THIS IS A DOWNLOAD FILE TO CUT ON YOUR LASER. NO PHYSICAL ITEMS INCLUDED. *

PLEASE READ ALL OF THE PROJECT DETAILS!

 

 Project Details

 📸 5 MARKETING PHOTOS ARE INCLUDED IN THE DOWNLOAD FOLDER. 
When you purchase this design, you have full rights to use the pictures included in the download folder to market to your customers. 

 

FILE FORMATS:

  • Ai
  • SVG
  • PDF

 

MEASUREMENTS: 

  • All signs vary in size. They can each be made with a single sheet of 11" x 19" material (or less) or be sized up much larger depending on what size of laser bed you have.

 

AMOUNT OF MATERIAL NEEDED:

  • See above

 

MATERIAL I USED:

  • 1/8" MDF
  • You can use any material you like! 
  • I used Krylon and Rustoleum Primer and Spray Paints
  • I use LoctiteGO2 glue (blue cap)

 

TIPS:

  • Each design has various parts separated to make painting and assembly simple. Just cut the design at the size you want and then paint groups of parts together with whatever colors and then assemble. 

  • Some of the designs have an optional second controller. This allows you to paint the controller a different color and glue it to the bottom one - again making painting easier.

  • You can also use your vector graphics program to remove the buttons on the back layer of the controller and then cut the second controller along with the buttons - that allows you to paint all of the buttons separately.

    Have fun!
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