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  • ubgoofy2003
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    I always woodburn my name (perk) with the year on each piece. Some, I put a label on the back with Scrollsaw Artist- phone # along with name. You can do just about whatever you want. I prefer to have it permanent.

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  • JimSawyer
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    Beautiful Schwibbogen Chase...!!!!
    Clever way to incorporate your initials ....

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  • Chase
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    Signing Projects

    If you look in the lower right at the star, I put my initials in the star. I also have a logo on a sticky I place on the bottom of my schwibbogens.
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  • JimSawyer
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    I incize my logo, (that I've had since 1989) on the back with profile specific carving tools...It takes all of a minute.
    trademark example x01.jpg
    ..this is the back of the piece...

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  • NC Scroller
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    I put my initials and the year on the back with a sharpie. If the project is large enough I attach a scaled down version of my business card too. That is attached with M-77 spray.

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  • Terry Jay
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    Used an art pen, tip destroyed after about 60 pieces, signature, month & year, wood, location, and number. Seemed to increase sales about 30%.

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  • w.2014.h
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    I usually sign with pen and then varnish over it.... just name and year

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  • Rolf
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    I use a very fine tip on my Colwood wood burner first name and date.\
    Woodburning Tools and Personalized Gifts by Colwood

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  • 3_M
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    I had a stamp made wth the following;

    Produced with Pride
    by Mike

    FD Mike

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  • HAMMER
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    I have found that a marker can be absorbed intot he wood and it looks really bad. I like Mr. Walker use a roller pen and it does well. Like the others I to don't get very elabrate with the signature. Short and sweet...... and always the year.... tiime is fleeting...

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  • Mick Walker
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    I apply one coat of finish to my project. I sign it with a Parker Roller Ball pen. I sign "Mick" with the year under. Then apply more coats of finish. Signing bare wood, it tends to bleed. I sign on the front unless it is a portrait of a person, then I sign the back.

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  • Bill Wilson
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    I don't get too creative. My signature is simply my initials and the year, usually written with a sharpie. Sometimes, depending on the wood, I use a paint pen or even a very tiny artist brush.

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  • lloydf
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    Signing projects

    Wondering how folks sign their work...sharpie, burn it, carve it, etc.? I read somewhere about someone using a custom stamp. I engraved the first couple with my Dremel, but not sure I like that method.
    Last edited by lloydf; 11-15-2011, 08:31 AM.

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