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Intro to Wood Burning | 20 DIY Wood Burning Art Projects

Intro to Wood Burning | 20 DIY Wood Burning Art ProjectsIntro to Wood Burning | 20 DIY Wood Burning Art Projects

Wood burning is something that I have recently tried and I am absolutely loving the results. For years, I never attempted wood burning because it just seems like so much and I honestly wasn't sure if my efforts would be worth it. I cannot believe how incredibly versatile the wood burning tools are and how much I had trying it out.

20 DIY Wood Burning Art Projects

  1. A Beginner's Guide To Wood Burning from diycandy.com
  2. Woodburn Grey Wash Flower Crate from madetobeamomma.com
  3. Wood Burned Keepsake Box from blog.consumercrafts.com
  4. Burned Wood Floral Cuff from dreamalittlebigger.com
  5. DIY Monogrammed Tags from anikasdiylife.com
  6. Wood Burned Snowflake Ornament from cherishedbliss.com
  7. DIY Honeycomb Wood Burned Cutting Board from clubcrafted.com
  8. Wood Burned Photo Frames DIY from abeautifulmess.com
  9. How To Make Woodburned Coasters from gina-michele.com
  10. Wood Burned DIY Food Trays from papernstitchblog.com
  11. Personalized Wood-Burning For Dad from thegirlinspired.com
  12. DIY Monogrammed Cutting Board from ruffledblog.com
  13. Pyrography Wooden Spoon from journeycreativity.blogspot.com
  14. DIY Growth Chart Ruler from wilkerdos.com
  15. Wood Burned Picture Frame DIY from craftylittlegnome.com
  16. DIY Namaste Sign Using Wood Burning Technique from vikalpah.com
  17. DIY Wood Squirrel Stand from wellmadeheart.com
  18. How To Burn Designs On Wooden Spoons from isavea2z.com
  19. DIY Game Of Thrones Cutting Board from doityourfreakingself.com
  20. Be Brave & Keep Going Wood Slice Sign from craftshackchronicles.com

Thinking of giving wood burning a try? Check out this Walnut Hollow Creative Versa Tool with Versa-Temp Variable Temperature Control and 11 Woodburning Points.

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing this. I’ve been itching to give wood burning a try, but I didn’t know where to start or what kinds of projects to try.

  2. Shannon

    I genuinely appreciate this post. I have always been interested in wood burning art, but never knew where to start.

  3. Ruth I.

    Awesome list of ideas! I checked and they are all so lovely and inspiring to do. I wish I am artistic but even if not, I still want to give it a try.

  4. Tamra Phelps

    I would love to be able to try this. I think wood burning creates some great looking decor.

  5. ellen beck

    I remember doing this craft many many years ago. I think the forst time I tried it was in Girl Scouts. I am sure the tools have changed a bit, bu the technique would be much the same. I always felt the trick was getting the right touch so as not to overburn or underburn. It is a fun and easy craft, but for kids supervision is needed.

  6. Mary Gardner

    I remember seeing wood burning kits in the craft stores when I was a kid but they didn’t produce anything as beautiful as this.

  7. I have always been amazed at the wood burning art. It always looks like magic!

  8. I thought you only burned wood to make fires. Thanks for the resources. – yolonda

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