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This is a pretty simple idea really. But I think the results are sort of nice.
a design of some kind some wood something to cut wood with, how about a 10" miniature table saw from MicroMark! Yay! I love this thing. My new ...
transfer the drawing to the wood. There are several techniques on instructables for doing this. I used the following method:Print your design out in mirrored form. Trace over ...
I used a soldering iron to etch the design into the wood.Trace over all the lines of your design slowly with the soldering iron to create a bold ...
After your design is completely burned into the wood. Erase all the pencil lines carefully. I used a rotary eraser for this, it worked well to remove the ...
I think watercolors give the most wood-stain-like result. However you must be careful as they will bleed if applied too wet.When you apply the paint, it will tend ...
If you try prismacolor pens, shellac acts like paint thinner on the prismacolor marker ink and tends to blend out any stroke marks created by the pen.I like ...
Well, there you have it.It's a lot cheaper than buying wood stain and I kind of like it.
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