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CoolHammer - LaserEngraved
Back again for a limited time!
I used to make these using a scroll saw. I've made hundreds including some for, Rush Limbaugh, Governor Sonny Purdue, Norm Abraham, Bush 43, and Colonel Oliver North. They are commemorative items for the DIYer or handy person in your life. Some builders gave them as gifts to their project managers. It would be appropriate for anyone in building, construction, remodeling or DIY related. I've given some personalized hammers that are displayed in executive offices, on their desks or in a trophy case.
Folks normally put the person's name on the first line in much larger letters, then something meaningful on the second line in much smaller letters. The letters are deeply engraved into the wood and can never wear off. Just in case you are wondering, Yes, the hammer is still useable, but why? Many companies had me engrave their logo into the handle, I can do that too. Just ask.
The standard hammer will be a 16oz claw hammer with a hickory wood handle. The sample is engraved in Script, but you may prefer a more block style such as Arial font shown below it.