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Pyrography Star Bright Christmas Ornament wood burning time lapse art

Pyrography Star Bright Christmas Ornament wood burning time lapse art


Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda. In this episode I’m going to show you the Star Bright artwork I did. that is the 5th in my Christmas Postcard series. I hope you enjoy it. Well I hope you enjoyed the video. The artwork was burned on die-cut plywood and it took me 2 3/4 hours to do it. I use a Colwood Super Pro II and my website: Pyrography Made Easy has a written tutorial and a free pattern for this artwork. Well thank you again for watching my video. and if you enjoyed it please subscribe. Every Tuesday I have a new video, and at least once a month a post a tutorial. See you next week.

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11 thoughts on “Pyrography Star Bright Christmas Ornament wood burning time lapse art

  1. Nice work as always Brenda. I’m about to start some Christmas tree decorations for upcoming craft fairs in my neck of the woods in the UK. I like the flat circular bauble type that people can hang on the tree. Thanks as always for your inspirational videos.

  2. Awesome drawing, so many details, its so cool!!! Keep it up 🙂 -Best of luck on your art and your channel, and much support from one artist to another. Liked and subbed.

  3. Hi Brenda! It is a beautiful piece to add to your Christmas cards series ^^ I loved its star shape and all the ornaments designed in it ^^ wonderful work ^^

  4. Excellent artwork. This is the first reminder I've seen that we are approaching the end of the year. As a Christmas decoration I love that it is artistic, and skillfully done, and not a hint of tacky tinsel about it. 🙂 I normally avoid Christmas decorations, aside from the lilies that flower in my garden in late December, but tasteful decorations like this I would admire.

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