If you follow along on social media, you might have spotted a Q & A I did over on the Dremel Facebook page. I was so thrilled when they asked me to partner as a Dremel Maker this month to bring you a super fun tutorial. They challenged me to make something with the theme ‘play’ and since we already made all the yard games we’d been dreaming of last summer, I though it was the perfect opportunity to create a score board.
I LOVE how this ended up turning out you guys! I wanted to do something that was more fun than a standard square chalkboard and really wanted to add a hand lettered element (it seems like I find a way to add it to everything lately!). So when I was looking through the Dremel tools and spotted the Moto-Saw which is a baby of a jig saw and a scroll saw, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I’ve been totally inspired with Virginia from Fynes Designs‘ scroll saw skills but wanted to try using my hand lettering instead of a font. Popping that over a large circle chalkboard got my husband’s vote when we were drawing up ideas, so I ran with it.