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NEW Shop Home: www.etsy.com/shop/LikeTheBrightness

I recently got married to a wonderful man and while I changed my last name, I also felt it was time for a shop name change that fits me best, so click on the link above, where I will be selling your favorites and some new things are to come as well! Thank you! :-)
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My goodness me.... I'm quite serious and silly at the same time. Very curious and inspired and thoughtful.
Love dramatic weather and can't do without hearty music.
Much of the time I am daydreaming, and soon after that, I design.
I love the simple things in life, not so much keen for the material.
Lover of Truth.
Eater of chocolate…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 30
  • Joined April 3, 2011

Favorite materials

burn tool, water color paper, chain, glass beads

Shop

About

Announcement - -

NEW Shop Home: www.etsy.com/shop/LikeTheBrightness

I recently got married to a wonderful man and while I changed my last name, I also felt it was time for a shop name change that fits me best, so click on the link above, where I will be selling your favorites and some new things are to come as well! Thank you! :-)
---

My goodness me.... I'm quite serious and silly at the same time. Very curious and inspired and thoughtful.
Love dramatic weather and can't do without hearty music.
Much of the time I am daydreaming, and soon after that, I design.
I love the simple things in life, not so much keen for the material.
Lover of Truth.
Eater of chocolate.

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Oh and you may be wondering what pyrography is! Well, let me paste my trusty Wiki Link reference:


Pyrography is the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object such as a poker. It is also known as pokerwork or wood burning.

Pyrography means "writing with fire" and is the traditional art of using a heated tip or wire to burn or scorch designs onto natural materials such as wood or leather. Burning can be done by means of a modern solid-point tool (similar to a soldering iron) or hot wire tool, or a more basic method using a metal implement heated in a fire, or even sunlight concentrated with a magnifying lens.

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