Have you seen the brand new Creative Woodburner yet? It’s such an amazing tool!
I’ve had so much fun getting to know this new wood burning tool and these Ornaments are a great project whether you’re just learning to wood burn or a seasoned pro. The beautiful Birch rounds make gorgeous wood burned ornaments. I decided to combine my love of wood burning, bark edge rounds, and snowflakes to make these Winter Ornaments and I’m excited to share them with you! You can purchase this amazing new Creative Woodburner and the beautiful birch ornaments here on the Walnut Hollow website, or at your local JOANN craft store!
Winter Ornament Supply List:
- Walnut Hollow Creative Woodburner
- Walnut Hollow Birch Ornament
- Graphite Transfer Paper
- Snowflake designs
- Masking tape
- Pen or pencil
Find or create your own snowflake design. Trace your design onto the birch ornament using graphite transfer paper to transfer the design.
Choose the tip you want to use on the Creative Woodburner. The Creative Woodburner comes with four versatile tips to choose from. I used the ball point for most of my designs. The smooth rounded edge flows over the woodgrain effortlessly without getting caught. I also used the universal shading point tipped on its side for some of the fine lines.
The tips can be changed easily mid-project by using the included tweezer tool. It grips the tip and allows you to pull the hot point off without having to touch it! The new tool is plugged in, and heats quickly so you can keep right on burning!
Use the point of your choice to trace over your snowflake lines until they are as dark, and thick as you’d like them. Trace over your lines using slow and even pressure on the Creative Woodburner tool.
Design your own snowflakes for a personal touch, or find some classic ones to trace onto your birch ornaments. Either way, you’ll have some beautiful wood burned winter ornaments.
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After studying Culinary Arts in Portland Oregon, Kelli went back home to the sunny South West where she decided she wanted to do different kinds of Art. This busy mom of three spends all of her available free time creating in her Craft Shack “she shed” where she can be found burning wood, repurposing old stuff, crafting, and painting just about anything she can get her hands on.