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The Snowman Dish

The Holiday Snowman Dish is a fun and functional item for the festive season! This quick and easy project is great for holding candies, nuts or other holiday goodies. Use in your own home as part of your holiday decor and to serve guests, and/or make several to give away as gifts to special friends and loved ones!

The completed Snowman Dish is about 9 ” wide x 11.5 ” tall x 1.5 ” thick

If you go ahead and create this project, then it would be great to see a photo of your finished piece over on the Vectric Forum. Alternatively feel free to email us a picture of your finished piece at online@vectric.com.

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The downloadable zip file contains:

  • A printable PDF document detailing the process, step-by-step.
  • The Aspire 9.0 files you will need.
  • High-quality images of the finished piece.

(To ‘unzip’ your file once downloaded, you will need to right-click it in Windows Explorer and select Extract All)

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"I was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off cnc machines. I discovered that a lot of people
build their own cnc’s and I was confident that I could
tackle a project of this magnitude."
"i was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off CNC machines. i discovered that a lot of people
build their own CNC's and i was confident that i could
tackle a project of this magnitude."
"i was fascinated by the beauty and variety of work coming
off CNC machines. i discovered that a lot of people
build their own CNC's and i was confident that i could
tackle a project of this magnitude."