This marker burns wood!

NEWS – I’m an avid doodler/wannabe artist/stationery addict. So I’m always surfing for cool new notebooks, pens, and markers. Imagine my surprise when I stumbled upon Scorch Markers which let you do pyrography without a wood-burning tool.

If you’re not familiar with pyrography, it’s an art method where you use an electric “pen” to burn designs into wood. The problem with the woodburning tools (for me) is that I find it hard to do detailed work because the burners feel clumsy to hold.

Enter Scorch markers, which look like a felt-tip pen but are a chemical wood-burning marker that you use to draw on wood and then using a heat gun, heat the drawings to make them burn into the wood like you had used an actual wood-burning tool.

If you want to give these markers a try, you can buy one for $16.99 and packs of 3 for $39.99 from scorchmarker.com and Amazon.

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      1. Julie – she does BEAUTIFUL work! And I’ve been doing burn-art for 30 years. I’ve yet to try my hand at gourds, however. But this is indeed beautiful. (Here’s MY burn-art: donwhitecreativefirecom). Tell her she’s gained a new fan. 🙂

        Don

  2. Thank you, Julie. 🙂 Yes. There may be 1 or 2 pieces that are identified as patterned/inspired after other artists, but nearly all are my designs. Thanks for letting us know about those pens. I’ve been doing burn-art for a long time and never heard of such things. Tell your partner to look out for an issue of Pyrography Magazine, set to hit the shelves in early Sept. (look among the woodworking periodicals). It’s always FULL of ideas and inspiration, and beautiful images of burn-art (I’ll have a small story in this issue). I’ve shared your article with other “fiery artists.” Great site here! Keep up the good work.

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