An inexpensive and utilitarian collectible is the small Pyrography box. A popular hobby from 1870- 1930, these pre-stamped boxes were produced in a variety of sizes and patterns and meant to be wood-burned by the hobbyist. These lovely old boxes n are abundantly available today. Welcome inside this olde house, where I’ll introduce you to this charming collectable.
A mini series of small videos making small tree ornaments for the festive season. Hopefully this will inspire you to go and make one.
Day 1 – Baubles
Day 2 – Bird Houses
Day 3 – Bells
Day 4 – Crackers
Day 5 – Snowmen
Day 6 – Christmas Trees
Day 7 – Bottles
Day 8 – Lighthouses
Day 9 – Angels
Day 10 – Fairy Lights
Day 11 – Acorns
Day 12 – UFO
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Its getting close to Christmas, so here’s some more ideas for ornaments you can hang on your tree which are fun and easy to make!
Each week we learn more about the art of Wood burning and Pyrography. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, we will make wonderful pieces of art that you can display or share and have fun while doing it!
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