Happy Monday everyone! I’m here today sharing a few of some amazing projects you can do using a Heat Gun. If you follow along you know I love all HomeRight products! I especially love their paint sprayers but I have recently become a fan of their Heat Gun. My go-to projects have to do with decorating a room or painting furniture. I wanted to try something new besides showing how I painted an item for my home. Who would have known that a heat gun could do so many things?! It was so fun scouring Pinterest for heat gun tutorials. I want to try them all! Since I don’t have time to try them all myself I thought I’d share a few of my favorites with you!
First I wanted to share with you my first heat gun project. My blog got a bit of a facelift recently. I got a new logo and changed out the aesthetic of my blog. Over the past few years, I have grown so much as a blogger. My blog look needed to grow as well so I gave it a cleaner and sophisticated look. Obviously, I stuck with my black, white and gold theme though! Those colors are timeless and never get old to me! With that new look, I wanted to make a little decor for my office using my new logo. I made a personalized candle using tissue paper, a printer and the HomeRight Dual Temperature Heat Gun. For the full tutorial head on over to HomeRight’s blog.
Now for a few more projects that I wish I could claim but I definitely will be giving them a try at some point!
I love agate artwork and this project is so unique. The various colors of agates used on the vase are beautiful. Melting agates to a vase would have never been a thought in my mind and I love it! What a cool idea! What should I add agates to?!
I love the simplicity of these DIY picture frames. They are adorable and would be a great addition to any room. It would look adorable in a rustic nursery!
I have a friend who loves snakes so I’m probably going to have to recreate this for her! It’s such a unique piece and a fun way to store your jewelry!
I love this DIY! Who would have thought you could “write” with a heat gun onto a piece of wood. I’m definitely going to give this one a try!
Who would have thought that so many things could be done with a heat gun? I’ve always thought heat guns were used to remove paint from a piece of furniture! The possibilities are endless! I hope everyone is having a great Monday! I’ll see you next week! For more projects I’ve done that involve HomeRight products click here!