Get a Free Engraving Design Every Day for the Rest of November

Let’s throw some glitter at the next two months and start crafting! Let’s face it- 2020 disappointed a lot of us. But I decided it didn’t have to end that way! So for the next two months, you’ll find all kinds of fun, sparkly, and unique projects here at Well Crafted Studio that are sure to inspire you. And to make it EXTRA fun, I decided to celebrate by giving away ONE FREE ENGRAVING DESIGN EACH DAY until the end of November (starting Friday, November 13th).

11/17/2020 Edited to Add:

Because of the CRAZY number of people who are excited to get these Free Engraving Designs, our servers repeatedly crashed yesterday. SO to create a workaround, I’m going to post each daily design for free for 24 hours in my Well Crafted Studio Shop. This actually works pretty well because if you missed a design I’ll already have it in the shop for sale.

22 Designs Tweaked for Great Engraving Results

Most designs you’ll find are meant to be cut. Which means they engrave as a line. This can be hard to see, and so I took my own SVG and PNG designs and pre-filled them with patterns so that they are MUCH easier to see.

engraving design
Just one of the designs you’ll get!

Want to know how this works?

Each day I’ll post an image of that day’s design. If you’d like it just hit the button that says “unwrap my gift” and it will download directly to your computer. I’ll post a new design in the Shop each day at 10 am and you’ll have 24 hours to get it for FREE.

What if I miss a day?

I want this to be fun, so to make it SUPER easy to remember, I’ll be sending out a super short reminder each day to my email subscribers. Of course, if you don’t need the reminder, you can opt-out of these at any time! And if you miss a free file, email subscribers will have the opportunity to purchase the designs at the end of the month. You can now purchase these in the shop as soon as the 24 hours is up. ❤️

What can I make with these designs?

SO many things! Some of the designs would be perfect for engraving on a cookie spatula, or an ornament, or as wall decor. In my daily email I’ll include a suggestion of how this might be used and a link to a helpful tutorial. For instance, one design would be perfect for a cookie spatula, so I’ll include a link to a tutorial on engraving cookie spatulas.

Also, just a reminder but all of my designs come with a limited commercial license. This means that you can go ahead and make up to 100 physical units and sell them without my consent. I want to help small makers succeed!

I hope you enjoy the files!!!

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17 comments

  1. Sharlene

    I want engraving design thank you

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    1. Jennifer Swift

      Great! If you’d like the reminder you can subscribe to my email list. Otherwise I’ll post the first link tomorrow at 10 am. ❤️

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      1. Christine

        Thanks love this design.

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        1. Jennifer Swift

          Oh good!!! I’m glad- and thanks for the comment! -Jen

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  2. Karen

    Sounds great thanks so much

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  3. April Gingras

    Thank you for sharing this with all of us.

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    1. Jennifer Swift

      YAY!! So glad you’re excited.I can’t wait to see what you make!

      Reply

  4. Carla

    This is going to be
    awesome! Wonderful
    of you and thanks!
    Carla from Utah

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  5. Charlotte

    Thank you for sharing this to us. I can’t wait to try it out.

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  6. Donna

    Thank you Jennifer!

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    1. Jennifer Swift

      You’re welcome! Thanks for commenting Donna!❤️

      Reply

  7. Jane

    You are awesome! I can’t wait to try these, I do have a question though. I would like to use flashing and make some for the Grand Daughters. I’m concerned about them cutting themselves on the edges. Have you ever used decorative tape over the edges to minimize the risk of cuts?

    Thank you,

    Jane

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    1. Jennifer Swift

      Hi Jane! I have not tried that- although I would certainly try it! You could also try coating the edges with the glitter mod podge and see if that changes anything. But honestly the flashing isn’t very sharp. I did some tests where I actually tried to see if it would cut my palm and it wouldn’t . The caveat is that the metal can be pointed or bent. If it’s pointed (like corners) then it can be sharp at the points. So you would want to round those off with a shears. If it is bent up or twisted up that creates an edge that’s kind of jagged and that can be sharp as well. So I make sure and use a flat nose pliers to gently flatten out any spot that is twisted or bent.
      As I’m writing I’m wondering too if you couldn’t just dip the edges in the mod podge. Anyways, I have not had a problem handling them. But if you’re concerned because they’re kids then I would definitely play around with tape or a mod podge type liquid.

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  8. Faye Wylie

    Jenn I came to this site but not sure where the deer engraving from this morning is. I will see if I can find something else

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    1. Jennifer Swift

      Hi Faye! Here’s the deer engraving- https://wellcraftedstudio.com/free-engraving-file-of-the-day
      Just click on the link it will download to your computer! ❤️

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  9. Tara

    I’ve kept getting a server error. Any help to get the design

    Reply

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