Christmas came early this year when we received this rather large box filled with goodies from Dremel. And as with any new toy, I jumped on the internet and saw what this seemingly very ladylike tool could do. Turns out, she is not such a dame afterall! This very hardworking tool can cut, sand, grind, engrave, sharpen and a whole host of other jobs.
So while Margaux has been playing around with it, I found these amazing projects that other people have done with their Dremel tools. Be inspired!
These gorgeous eggs were first carved with a diamond tip and then the relief pattern was done with 3D paint. A paint and sand job finishes it off. Time-consuming but very beautiful! By Stylowi.
Driftwood turned pretty side table with a Dremel Versatip by Bella Willow.
Finally, a practical use for that drawer of unmatched cutlery. Made with a Versaflame and Dremel 8200 this will make a fantastic center piece above any table. By Dremel.
I am completely in love with this yard stick deer head. It’s graphic and original and I want one! Have a look at this post Margaux did a while back about yard sticks – there are some great ideas of things you can do with them. By Finding Home.
Intricate engraving onto wood makes this pretty console table extra special. By ZsaZsa Bellagio.
Make these personal gifts with a Dremel Rotary Tool. Via Pinterest.
This very creative palette skyline was carved with a Dremel Rotary Tool. Clever and green – my personal favourite! By 1001 Palettes.
I hope that these have inspired you to start playing around with your Dremel Rotary Tool. And if you don’t have one, remember to enter our competition and you could win one!