Get Creative With Pyrography Around the House

Get Creative with Pyrography around the house

Or go to the craft store, and find something fun

No excuse needed

Have you found yourself wondering about the options and avenues for creativity with pyrography? Me too!

That’s why I thought you’d like to see some creative ways to embellish everyday items with pyrography, some of which you may already have in your home, and others you may not have thought of. 

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I was looking through all the photos of my 2020 wood burning projects, and realized that even though I have plenty of art on wood rounds and planks, I also had lots of fun getting creative with other surfaces.

Here are some of my projects that were not burned on a flat round or plank

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Bottle openers with trees make great gifts!   Get the blanks here
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These wood push pins were fun, but you have to be very careful, because they are quite small. You can hold the metal pin with needle nose pliers to distance your fingers from the heat.
 
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Solid wood cutting boards are great for doing larger projects. You can even burn on one you already own as long as it’s unfinished, clean and dry. Learn to care for your cutting board here
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You might even find a wood box at a thrift store, like this one.
 
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Wooden spoons are practical and can be quite lovely! These spoons are from Ikea, and you can get them here
 

The possibilities are (almost) endless

You can burn on many more surfaces like these that I will discuss in further detail in a future blog post:

Rolling pin 

Wood Hammer handle, or any wood handle

Wooden picture frames

Cork, trivets and panels

Canvas bags and shoes – check out this canvas bag project by my friend Rachel over at Wood Burn Corner

Leather belts and bracelets 

Now go look around your house, or the local craft store or thrift store. You don’t really need an excuse, but if you like one, you can use any of the ideas above.

Be inspired, create, have fun!

 
 

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