Butterfly Dreams Pyrography Tutorial wood burning art

This is just a quick notification that the tutorial I wrote called Butterfly Dreams is now available on Kit Kraft’s website.  The tutorial features a multitude of butterflies flitting around the board.  I embellished the butterflies using colored pencils, Pearl Ex pigments, and some rhinestones.  I went all-out in the glitz department!   


Watch a time lapse video of the artwork being created by clicking on the icon to the left.




The below link will take you to the article on their website.  



Butterfly Dreams pattern     Unfortunately, Kit Kraft is having a slight issue with the format I put the pattern in, so while we work to resolve that I’ve been authorized to put the pattern on this site.

I burned the artwork onto a piece of basswood they stock in their store.  I’d have to admit I was very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the board.  I used a 3/8” thick board and I wouldn’t recommend using anything thinner.  The reason is that thinner boards are more susceptible to warping and curling.

I thought the artwork turned out rather nicely and I love the bright sparkly colors.  Heck, just the pyrography portion looks great.  I hope you’ll read the tutorial and let me know what you think about it.

The artwork measures 4 x 12 inches (10.2 x 30.5 cm) and took me 6 ¼ hours to create it including all of the embellishments.


Mar 10, 2018

2 thoughts on “Butterfly Dreams Pyrography Tutorial wood burning art

  1. Bonjour je suis francais et j avoue que vos tutos sont superbe, je commence juste la pyrography et je dois dire que cela m aide beaucoup par vos très bon conseil merci beaucoup

    1. Bonjour Bruno,
      Je suis heureux que mes tutoriels soient utiles. La pyrographie est un merveilleux moyen de créer de l’art et j’espère que vous l’apprécierez beaucoup! Merci d’avoir pris le temps de laisser un si joli commentaire.

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