Thursday, December 27, 2012

Pyro!

Bamboo pebbles
Wood burned frame
For the longest time I've been wanting to try my hand at pyrography. 
The last time I did it was when I was in the 3rd grade and made that little frame for Mother's Day.
This Christmas I gifted myself a very inexpensive wood burning tool and used it on some bamboo pebbles I brought back from trip to Canada.

20 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Kalei's Best Friend said...

Simply gorgeous! Wish u would add those to Etsy!

12/27/2012 4:22 PM  
Blogger kat said...

Love them!

12/27/2012 5:32 PM  
Blogger Louise Gillanders said...

Just beautiful! Like everything else on this blog!
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12/27/2012 6:43 PM  
Blogger Chloe said...

Ooh I love pyrography, I've not tried it for ages, I'll have to give it another go one day. Love the wooden pebbles too!

12/28/2012 3:07 AM  
Blogger Patricia G said...

Very sweet Geninne! Remind me of Japanese baked manju branded with decoration.
As always, inspiring!

12/28/2012 3:17 AM  
Anonymous wall art decor said...

you have done great work, and you have performed great creativity, both are looking great. I want to say thanks for sharing this interesting Pyro!

12/28/2012 3:35 AM  
Blogger nicole said...

How fun and pretty! I always wanted one of those when I was a child.

12/28/2012 3:53 AM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

I really love how they turned out

12/28/2012 4:06 AM  
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12/28/2012 4:30 AM  
Blogger . said...

Oh thats a great idea for the bamboo pebbles, your work is as beautiful as always!!! I have one of those tools and been working on different scrap pieces of wood that the last owner of this house left behind... Would like to use it on drift wood, so cant wait for summer so I can walk on the beach again.

12/28/2012 7:55 AM  
Anonymous elizabeyta said...

Now I am very curious about the wood burning tool you bought yourself. Just what I need. More tools. Not really. :)

12/28/2012 8:07 AM  
Anonymous Olga said...

You'v remember me my childhood. I liked to make such things very much! Your pebbles are wonderful! But I never seen such bamboo pebbls in Russia.

12/28/2012 8:49 AM  
Blogger Rebecca said...

so loving that frame you did, looks lovely. I bet you will be producing some awesome stuff with this new tool! x

12/28/2012 10:08 AM  
Anonymous amy b. said...

Do you remember what tip you used? I have a pyrograph, should drag it out again & practice! Thank you, & merry Christmas <3

12/28/2012 3:04 PM  
Blogger Jay Bendt said...

These are lovely. I love the wood pebble on the right!

12/28/2012 3:08 PM  
Blogger Leslie said...

I love your bamboo pebble art. I bought myself an inexpensive wood burning tool for Christmas too. I ordered it just a few days ago so I haven't received it yet. I had seen on someone's blog where they had taken inexpensive wood spoons and burned patterns along the handle and along the edge to give as gifts. It inspired me to try my hand at it. I can't wait. Then I found your bamboo pebbles tonight while blog-hopping. Lots of inspiration - thanks!

12/28/2012 5:54 PM  
Blogger Starr White said...

Very lovely work! Looks like it was a good investment :)

12/29/2012 6:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hah! I thought about getting myself one in November but postponed it... Your pictures made me want it so much more, I think I will try to get one next week! As always, it's inspiring to come here and read your blog posts.

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12/29/2012 8:37 AM  
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Good job! It looks good. I really enjoy all of your posts.Embroidery Digitizing

12/31/2012 2:30 AM  
Anonymous Rupa said...

As always, anything new you try, you make it look so perfect! This must be an omen for me to get my pyrography tool! I have been eye-ing it for a few years but resisted only because I have enough projects on hand that I don't have time for and didn't want to just add another tool. But now you are tempting me. My dream would be to etch with this tool on a dry gourd I bought several years ago. I even bought a gorgeous book on gourds, hmm....time to give in :)

1/02/2013 11:26 AM  

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