Tuesday, August 18, 2009

The last 6th part of pyrographed boxes!!!

Finally! The last batch of boxes is ready to be seen! :-) I am so relieved that I am finished! 46 boxes total! I already started on the cards and it's going very slow! :-( The kids are all over me, so I really have no idea how many cards I am going to be able to make realistically. Anyway, here are the last of the boxes: 1. A small flower box Boxes333 (2) Boxes333 2. This is a medium box that I already gave as a gift to a close friend of mine, so this one couldn't make it to the festival (un)fortunately :-) Boxes333 (5) Boxes333 (3) 3. I just love this one! One of my favorite! It's a medium to small box, a little bit bigger than the little ones. I don't know why I didn't think of making more with grapes in the beginning. If I have the time ( which I doubt) I'll probably make some more. new10078 4. A large size ( like a normal dining plate) wooden plate. This is the second time I make this design, it was on a box before if you remember, but I really liked that tree! And I wanted to try a new shading technique that I figured out on my own. The results I think are vissible. It's so much better than the 1st try. WoodenPlates (1) 5. A patterned plate, large size. WoodenPlates (5) WoodenPlates (6) There is one more box that unfortunately I don't have a picture of it yet. It's the same design as the one with the crayons. A friend of mine wanted to get the 1st one, so I made a new one for the festival. I hope you enjoyed the pyrographed boxes! Tomorrow I'll hopefully post the surprise for my husband! ;-) The one you don't want to miss ;-) If you liked this, you might want to check out the part 1, part 2, part 3,part 4 and part 5 too.

2 comments:

  1. Oh wow, you *have* been busy! Thanks for stopping by my blog... I always love running into someone else who works in this beautiful medium!

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  2. Lauren, I can hardly call myself " working" with it...because until I actually started using it I had no idea what was I doing :-) You are the master, I'm just the humble pupil :-)
    Kudos for your golden hands!

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