Stenciling Pens & Spindles (And Other Wood Projects)

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genopsdir

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Some methods I figured out for embellishing some of my small turnings!


Two methods:
Scorch Marker Pro and Cyanoacrylate (CA) Glue with Pigment Powder
I do say mica powder in the video, and have used it, but the product I used in this example is actually a resin pigment powder.

Products I used:
Cricut Premium Vinyl - Permanent (https://a.co/d/hfKij5v) (@Cricut)
Scorch Marker Pro (https://a.co/d/c8uJpB2) (@ScorchMarker)
Starbond CA Glue Accelerator (https://a.co/d/fXDb0E0) (@StarbondAdhesives)
Starbond Super Fast Thin CA Glue (https://a.co/d/8G4ICWK) (@StarbondAdhesives)
LET'S RESIN Metallic Pigment Powder (https://a.co/d/6vr3Qhs)

Tools I used:
120V AC Heat Gun (20V DC Heat Gun did not get hot enough)
Mandrel or support for the piece

I was unable to find the video that taught how to use waterslides in a similar process, but there are several other out there as well.

The video for using ammonium chloride to chemically burn the wood without the Scorch Marker Pro, though I do like the marker for smaller jobs like this example:
(@mrcraftypants)
 

genopsdir

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Really cool, I thought I'd have to get a laser! whoof
I have some metallic pen markers I'm going to try as well - the CA glue will have a greater variety with different mica and pigment colors, but these markers may work easier for the metalics. Thanks for watching and I hope it helps out!
 
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