3 DIY Projects Using a Heat Gun

What crafting projects can you create with a Wagner heat gun? Check out these fun, easy-to-do ideas for creative inspiration!

As a crafter, there is a handful of tools that I use on a regular basis and would recommend that every crafter should have! One of those tools is a heat gun.

I have gotten many questions about the difference between a blow dryer and a heat gun. There are very few occasions that you could use a blow dryer instead of a heat gun and get the same results. The major difference between a blow dryer and a heat gun is the high temperature the heat gun can reach. A blow dryer typically only heats to 140 degrees (great for blow-drying hair) and a heat gun can heat up to over 1000 degrees. The Wagner FURNO 300 has two heat settings, 750 degrees, and 1100 degrees.

For most crafts and do it yourself projects higher heat and less air blowing is ideal making the heat gun a perfect solution. There are so many ways you can use the FURNO 300 to help create the perfect do it yourself project. Check out three easy projects I created!

I listed the supplies for each project below but you can find the full step by step instruction in my blog post on CraftBoxGirls.com

Epoxy Canvas Pour

Supplies:
  • Wagner FURNO 300 Heat Gun
  • Canvas
  • Crystals/Gems
  • Acrylic Paint (3 colors)
  • Glitter
  • Gold Flake
  • Butcher Paper
  • Epoxy
  • Clear Cups
  • Gloves
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Cardboard Paper Rolls (to use as risers)

Candle Photo Transfer

Supplies:

Crayon Canvas Art

Supplies:

The possibilities are endless with the Wagner Furno 300 Heat Gun! Wagner makes a variety of heat guns to fit all your do it yourself projects! Visit Wagner's website to check out all the heat guns!

This sponsored post was created by Craft Box Girls. Head to the blog for the full post and details.

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