Today I tried wood burning! Man that’s FUN! Check this out…all instructions and links below as well as a full video tutorial.
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Here’s a video tutorial:
I simply used Torch Paste on this Spring Garden Pattern Stencil. It doesn’t stain your stencil, washes right off!
Then wait 2 minutes.
Use heat gun over the paste and it sears it into the wood!
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