It can be hard to find wood burning patterns to use, especially online. We're going to show you exactly where to go to find the best patterns and how you can make those patterns a stencil to use with your wood-burning tool. Follow these 5 easy steps to find, make, and use wood-burning patterns.
1. Sand Your Surface Before Burning
Because the Scorch Marker works just like a regular marker with a fiber nib, a smooth surface is imperative.
This will allow for easier writing and will help prevent the liquid from bleeding into the grain of your wood.
A smooth, sanded surface is the best way to begin your project.
2. Transfer Patterns Before Using Your Scorch Marker
Using transfer paper for wood or just a pencil, take the time to provide an outline for yourself before working with the Scorch Marker.
Because heat isn’t applied until after you’re finished drawing, stencils can also be used to create clean lines.
This reduces the need for sanding away mistakes made with the Scorch Marker.
3. Use a Powerful Heat Gun...