This basic wooden circle cutout is perfect for crafting any number of projects. If you are looking for a versatile shape that can be sports-related, decorative, or even a cake board, this is the shape for you.
Use a large wooden circle shape to make a sports-related piece for a child or friend. You can paint it white and add baseball stripes for your little slugger or star outfielder. You can also paint it orange to mimic a basketball pro in training!
Here is a project from Craft Yourself that uses a canvas and wooden letter. You can substitute the canvas with this circle. You can also find the wooden monograms as well. Take a large wooden circle 18 inches or larger and paint it chevron using the colors of your choice. After painting the monogram, glue it to the face with glue that is suitable for adhering painted surfaces together. We recommend using a monogram that is about 75% smaller than the circle shape (use a 24″ circle with an 18″ monogram or letter).
You can drill a hole in the smaller wood circles to make tags or ornaments. Use some scrapbook paper with a Christmas theme and you have unique and one-of-a-kind tags not found in stores!
You can also make a birthday board using the 1/8″ thick laser-cut wood circles. There is a full tutorial over at The Thrifty Couple.
We cut these wooden disc cutouts in more thicknesses and sizes than just about anyone else! The smaller wood circle cutouts in 1/8 inch thick are laser cut while the rest are cut on a CNC. The laser will leave a darkened edge. Baltic birch plywood is easy to finish compared to regular plywood. It is virtually void-free and is very stable and durable.
- Thickness is approximate
- Indoor use only is recommended
- Sanded to 120 grit on the front and back
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