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Looking for awesome Dremel projects? If you do, then we got you covered. Using power tools can be a bit intimidating, especially you haven’t used one at all. A Dremel drill is the ideal gateway tool to start your venture into the realm of power tools, crafts, and upcycling. Read on and check out the cool things to do with a Dremel tool!
Dremel Projects: Unleash Your Creative Juice
A Dremel tool is essential for almost any woodworking project. It is a high-powered rotary cutting tool with multiple uses. We’ve had one for some time now, and my husband sure loves to use it. So when he asked me if I could give him a few Dremel project ideas (because he’s already running out), I decided to share them with all of you too. By the way, I’m digging these ideas, and I know I’ll even be making some myself. Scroll down and pick the projects you like!
1. Make Coin Rings
This DIY ring project will make an awesome gift for your love. Make use of those old coins and turn it into a piece of jewelry that will impress your significant other.
2. Etched Wooden Spoons
A Dremel tool isn’t just used for cutting. You can also use it to etch your wooden spoons and come up with an artistic utensil. Get the tutorial here.
3. Wooden Shark
If you got a blank space in your kid’s room, grab a Dremel Micro 8050 and make this wooden shark. See how here.
4. DIY Knob
You can pretty much transform almost anything into a knob with a use of a Dremel tool. So if you’re looking for some decorative ideas for your home, this cool Dremel project will turn your knobs into something eye-catching. Get the steps here.
5. DIY Etched Tumblers
Add designs to your regular tumblers and glassware with the help of a Dremel tool. See how to do it here.
6. DIY Musical Wine Glasses
And just in case you want to turn your glassware into a musical instrument, you can try this DIY project.
7. Ruler Box
Upcycle those old rulers and make a box out of it. This wooden ruler box will make little things, such as pens, scissors, pins, needles and whanot, more organized. Check it out here.
8. DIY Acrylic Travel Phone Stand
Try this Dremel tool project and you will never have to worry about watching videos on your phone. Tutorial here.
9. DIY Teaspoon Pendant
This is a great upcycling project of turning an ordinary old spoon into an artistic pendant.
10. Leaf Sconce
If you are looking for awesome Dremel wood art then this project is for you. It is not only fun to do but it will also add a beautiful accent to your wall. Get the steps here.
11. DIY Arrowhead Mixed Material Necklace
My granddaughter was saying something about a new necklace, this may be a good idea. Check it out here.
12. Giant Script Name
This wood carving project is a great addition to your kids’ rooms. See how you can make it here.
13. How to Carve Hearts in Pebbles and Sea Glass
Give some love to pebbles and sea glass by using a Dremel tool. This is also a great gift idea for your loved ones. Check it out here.
14. DIY Yard Dice
This yard dice is perfect for family yard games. You can also use it as a decorative piece in your lawn. See it here.
15. DIY Pallet Shelf
Upcycle some pallets into a DIY shelf you can hang in your house. Get the tutorial here.
Want to try a wood carving project with your Dremel tool? Check out this video from Anthony Cook and learn this awesome project!
From cutting and carving wood to etching glassware, there’s a ton of fun and interesting DIY projects you can do with a Dremel tool. So what are you waiting for? Grab your Dremel tool and start creating your new masterpiece. Awe-inspiring artworks can play a vital role in making America great again and who knows, you might be one of the advocates in achieving it.
Which Dremel project on this list caught your interest? Let us know below in the comment section below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 23, 2016, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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