35 Projects Using Your Dremel

Casey, my freaking awesome Secret Santa snagged this Amazon Deal of the Day and came in just under our spending limit.

Love tech savvy secret santas!

Now, I finally have time to play with it and create something magnificent, but where to start? I was sure these tools could do more than i even realized, so I had to research some possibilities and of course, add to my to-do list!

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Comments

  1. Well, fudge. Why did you have to post this? I have been trying NOT to go out and buy a Dremel. After seeing those amazing (I did not know a Dremel could do that) projects, now I want one even more. ;)

  2. My hubby keeps hinting not so subtly at the fact that he wants a Dremel! He’s going to love this post!

  3. Very creative!

  4. Great idea – maybe I will find some new ways to use my dremel!

  5. My Dremel is my BFF. I pinned your list.

  6. I just love working with dremmel tools and wood or stone!!!

  7. I’m lovin’ all of your round up ideas! Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!

  8. I just got a B&D Rotary Tool for Christmas. The only things it came with were 5 sanders. I am saving up for accessories. This has been a goal of mine for about two years. Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful works of art. This is the first time I’ve seen Rotary Tool anything online. By the way, I got my what they call Rotary Tool when its not the “DREMEL” brand. Dremel accessories fit the B&D. It got a very good rating on Amazon and I checked into it before we bought it. Just a little tip: DREMEL products are very expensive due to the name brand. The B&D brand is right up there with them product-wise and price-wise they are much, much cheaper. For those who will want to buy one, is would seriously check it out first. Dremel is not necessarily necessary!
    Thanks again. Cathey DeRosa

    • OOOh, luckily my Dremel kit came with a bunch of accessories, bhut of course the first few projects I have been wanting to try require different accessories! I will definitely be on the look out for a thriftier alternative so thanks a bunch for the tip!

  9. thanks for featuring my spoons :) i like the other ideas as well!

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