If you follow Cutting for Business on Instagram, you’ll know that I am currently in the middle of redecorating several rooms of my home for a more rugged, rustic look. I overhauled my patio earlier in the year, I’ve chalk painted my late grandmother’s hutch with Annie Sloan paint, and I’m spending this weekend whipping up an art display wall for the kid’s latest school projects. Before I head out to get crafting, I thought I’d share a quick cut file with you. I used this file to stencil on top of a precut round tabletop from Home Depot. I attached an empty wooden planter to the tabletop (similar to this one), and used a fallen tree limb to craft legs. I also think that this rustic definition cut file would look great on a wooden sign. Here is the table in its natural setting all the way to the right:
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This file is okay for personal or commercial use. Before you go, don’t forget to save it to Pinterest:
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