These oversized clothespins are a fun and unique way to display your treasured photos or other announcements, invitations, etc. They also make it super easy to switch out photos all year round! Read on to learn how we customized this fun and useful picture frame alternative.
Create multiple clothespin picture holders in minutes.
Open the artwork file and adjust settings.
Utilize the clothespin as a photo stand or even adhere a magnet to hang photos on a refrigerater.
Engrave with outstanding detail.
We used a 60-watt Fusion M2 with the following settings:
Speed: 100% // Power: 70% // DPI: 600
Using a ruler, measure the clothespin to locate the center and lightly mark an x with a pencil.
Open the file and adjust the print settings according to your laser's wattage. Choose Center/Center engraving to easily ensure a proper alignment of the engravings.
Place the clothespin in the system and set the focus. Utilize the Red Dot Pointer to locate the marked center, set your home postion and press Go!
Watch as the laser quickly and efficiently engraves your custom desing.
Create muliple picture holders for all areas of your photo collection in just minutes! .
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