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 A wonderful chance to have your child create a custom engraved keepsake this holiday season. 

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In 2019, the HHEF awarded an Innovative Learning Grant to KVMS librarian Lisa Quinn for a new Glowforge Laser Printer in the Library Makerspace.  For this special opportunity, we will use the Glowforge to etch an ornament or magnet with a customized, personal touch. You can keep it at home, or, these will also fit easily in the mail and are a great way to send something meaningful to someone far away. 

There are TWO customizable options to choose from:

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  • Each order is $15 

  • Orders are accepted on or before November 4. 

  • Reception & Distribution - pick up your order and pop over to see Glowforge at work on November 22 at 5:30pm in the KVMS Library

  * Limited supply, available on a first-come, first-served basis

Ordering Instructions

Step One - Download the Glowforge ornament template. The template has multiple pages you can choose from, including a blank template for your child's own hand-drawing (Option 1) OR you can choose a pre-selected snowman or snowflake (Option 2) you can customize with your child's hand-drawn name/signature. These can be colored at home (we recommend using small markers). 

Step Two - Once your child's design is ready, complete the order form, you will be able to indicate in person pick up or delivery. We can ship to your home or directly to a special person of your choosing! Scan the pages creating an image file (.jpg, .png). Email your scanned document directly to


Step Three: We will email you an invoice. Once you make your payment we will proceed with transferring your artwork onto the wood. 

Step Four - Come pick up your order and see Glowforge at work on November 22 at 5:30pm at KVMS Library. 

Need assistance? Email with any questions.

About this Innovative Learning Grant

Each year, the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation awards grant funding to launch teacher-inspired pilot programs and to give our students access to groundbreaking new methods and technologies. Through recent Innovative Learning Grants, we have helped introduce a range of exciting technologies, including VIVE Virtual Reality equipment, STEM drone engineering kits, Ozobots, EV3 robotics, K'Nex engineering, LittleBits circuitry and 3D and vinyl printing, to help form two makerspaces at Keith Valley Middle School.  Students can design, experiment, and invent while experiencing the joys and challenges of the creative process. 

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