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A wedding tile

This is a photo of the first wedding tile that I made this summer. I've discovered that making tiles can become addicting! For this tile I purchased a monogram set from The file I purchased was this great monogram set "Monogram 6" This files come with 6 different file formats with the entire alphabet. A total of 156 files when you count all those file types.
At our annual family reunion we always give out door prizes. I'm thinking that this would be a great idea. My brother and I are in charge of the 2013 reunion so that gives me a little time to make a few,lol!


MichelleMyBelle said…
this is so pretty. Love the design.
Jennwhite said…
just beautiful! You're making me want to buy one of those machines :)
Neisha said…
Ooooo! I LOVE these! Thanks for more inspiration!
Barbara said…
This is just gorgeous! You did a superb job on it, and I know it will be tremendously admired for the treasure it is!

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