I wanted to focus more on the Santa hair from the Wednesday live. I can do better in pyrography and though that was the first time wood burning white hair…I knew I could do better. It took me two more tries, but I am a bit happier with how the third burning turned out.
This was burned on birch purchased from Michael’s. I used the optima 1 wood burner and the colwood super pro 2.
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