Putting up holiday decorations is one of the greatest pleasures of the holiday season for many. This is particularly true of those who enjoy DIY projects and crafting. While you can buy your own Christmas decorations if you’re short on time, many feel it’s more rewarding to make their own.
Of course, to bring your holiday craft ideas to life, you need the right crafting tools. The following are a few to stock up on if you haven’t already!
Wood & Metal Crafter Multitool
Finishing your DIY projects is much easier when one tool can serve multiple purposes. For example, Worx offers a wood and metal crafter that is very useful for a range of arts and crafts projects.
This tool is remarkably efficient, reaching target temperatures in just 30 seconds. Specifically, its digital temperature control allows a user to adjust the temperature in a range between 400 and 900 degrees Fahrenheit for wood/metal crafting and soldering.
A heat gun is another tool that comes in handy when you’re turning your festive home decor ideas into actual holiday decorations. Luckily, this is another item Worx offers. The 20V Mini Heat Gun for the MAKERX system of portable crafting tools continuously blows hot air at a temperature of 500 degrees Fahrenheit and features a precision nozzle. This allows you to exercise optimal control over the heat’s location and direction.
Rotary Tool Kit
Worx also offers an innovative and extensive cordless rotary tool kit. The MAKEX Rotary Tool features a brushless motor, allowing for more power and longer runtime than traditional rotary tools. With variable speed control up to 35,000 RPM, the tool provides an unparalleled degree of precision control so that your crafts can look their best.
The MAKERX Cordless Rotary Tool Kit includes 40 accessories, an accessory case, storage bag, 20V Power Share battery, battery charger, and the MAKER Hub power source.
It’s important not to overlook certain basic items when buying tools to make holiday decorations. For example, pliers will almost certainly be a necessity. You should also make sure you have a multi-sander tool.
Keep in mind that if you’re trying to improve your kit of crafting tools without spending a lot of money, investing in a multi-tool combo kit will often provide the biggest bang for your buck.
If you’re new to making Christmas decorations – or other DIY holiday projects – but you also don’t want to spend more money than necessary when buying a complete set of wrenches, consider starting out with a crescent wrench. Although it might not be the ideal wrench for every single task, it’s fairly versatile and will most likely suit your needs more often than not.
You may want to buy some of these tools even if you’re not a DIY enthusiast. If someone in your life is, these additional items can make for great gifts. That said, if you are the type who enjoys DIY projects, you won’t merely get use out of these tools during the holidays – they will prove to be very helpful for years to come!