Holiday Maker Fest

Engraved Photo Frame Ornaments & Mini Shadowboxes

Presented by Jennifer Swift

November 8, 2020 - 5:00 pm ET
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Create sparkly engraved photo frames that you can hang on your tree or gift this holiday season. We go 3D and create a mini metal shadowbox that you can add a family photo to or use to create a winter scene. Max out your Cricut Maker this holiday season and engrave personal and whimsical handmade gifts you'll love to give! You've never made a card like this! Learn to custom engrave your holiday greetings on sheet metal to create sparkly photo frames and shadowboxes. Add photo transfers to metal, and engrave handwritten messages from your family. Learn basic techniques like how to punch holes in metal, fold metal, and of course all the tips and tricks for engraving on metal with your Cricut Maker.

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Jennifer Swift, Artist/Author at Well Crafted Studio

Creative and crafty, Jen Swift finds her purpose in sharing the joy of creating with those around her. Her growing blog and YouTube channel feature unique DIY projects that you'll feel awesome making, giving, or even selling. She's currently obsessed with Procreate, engraving with her Cricut, and drawing stickers. She stays up way too late making messes, and a good morning is one that starts with glitter in her coffee. Jen is a published author and artist who has been regularly featured in magazines like Cloth Paper Scissors, Greencraft, Somerset Home, Jewelry Affaire, and more. She lives in MN with her husband, son, and Mini Goldendoodle (you can guess who gets all the attention!). Jen's work has been published in Sew Somerset, Somerset Holidays, Greencraft, Jewelry Affaire, Somerset Home, Art Quilting Studio, Cloth Paper Scissors, and Quilting Arts, among others. Her mixed media art has also been published in Crafty Birds (edited by Kristy Conlin, 2013 North Light), and in her own book, Creative Bloom (2010 North Light).