DIY Wood-Burned Ornament

Christmas is less than a week from today, we got all presents (not yet wrapped!) and still have some projects to finish.

This morning I woke up at 5:30 am to finish the rest of these 30 wood-burned ornaments. I started this project last week and been working very slowly becasue I have to do this without my daughters around. The woodburing tool is SUPER HOT and dangerous!

DIY Wood-Burned Ornament by Helem Gullett | #ctmh #ctmhcountdown #christmasornament #woodburning #diy #giftidea #craft

I got these wood tags from Pick Your Plum a while ago and been sitting in the box. I saw lots of peope do wood-burning projects on wood chips or branches. And I thought… Hmmm… This might work with those wood tags. So I did some tries and ended up with this trick: second generation stamping and tracing.

First, I stamped the quotes from Reason for The Season stamp set and Merry Merry stamp set with Brown Staz-On ink (second generation), then I traced them with Plaid Wood Burning tool.
Finished them with some baker’s twine.

This is a simple and easy project as gift. I had too much fun & joy making these ornaments to give to our Church families as gifts together with they Christmas cards this year.

I hope you all have a wonderful week preparing for Christmas, to celebrate the birthday of the Lord and our Savior.


“God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world,

but to save the world through him.” ‭‭(John‬ ‭3:17‬ ‭NLT‬‬)

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