Saturday, December 3, 2016

In the Woods


Hiya, all good? I've been rummaging through the unfinished objects, some of them will probably never see the daylight again. You know those you pick up and try to look at from every angle, squeezing your eyes in an attempt to find something propitious.

Challenges:
CAS on Sunday: Christmas
Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers: UFO's (UnFinished Objects)

Materials used:
The UFO; Joanna Sheen sentiment stamped with embossing ink and heat embossed with a mix of pearl and sparkly powder. A mask was cut out to create the slope, the Stampcape's fir image was stamped with Distress inks and the sky and the snow was sponged. Some splatters of water to get the effect of a sun and soft snow.

The finishing touches: The scene was cut out and the edges were coloured with Distress inks, the image was mounted with 3D tape onto Bazzill hammered card stock, some Tim Holtz jute string was added to give texture and softness.

Thank you so much for visiting, it's much appreciated. I'm enjoying the weekend to the full, from household chores to some crafting. I might even find a nice Sci Fi to enjoy, some other UFO's to marvel. Stay safe and warm my friends!

Love and hugs
Maarit






21 comments:

  1. Beautifully designed card Maarit, lovely scene and colours And Love The different coloured twine, makes it all pop,Kate x

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  2. Lots of lovely inkiness Maarit and a great design and colours as well.

    Have a lovely weekend.

    B x

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  3. Well I'm glad this one has seen the light of day. Love the rather dreamy effect you have achieved on the scene and love the mix of colours. Hugs Mrs A.

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  4. Beautiful artistic scene. Love the addition of the jute. Wonderfully done.

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  5. A stunning scene the inks create lovely soft colours and the twine adds texture

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  6. It's beautiful Maarit, love the watercolour effect. Hope you're enjoying your relaxing weekend.
    hugs
    Chris
    x

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  7. Wow
    A masterpiece Maarit
    This is stunning creation
    Love the colors
    Wish I am the lucky one who get this masterpiece
    But I guess its already sent zo your beloved friend...lucky her...
    Adorable made
    Hope you are well
    See you around Maarit♡♡

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  8. Such a beautiful scene in watercolor!! Very lovely design!! Enjoy your weekend! :)

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  9. Beautiful, you did a great job of rescuing this from the UFO pile. Thanks for sharing at SOSS
    Jane

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  10. This is an awesome UFO project! In fact, I am almost surprised that it had to end up in a UFO pile at all, it's so pretty. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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  11. Wow! I am so loving this card Maarit! I'm not sure why this image was in the UFO box, because it is stunning and it made a stunning card. So glad this is one that made it out of the UFO box!! To beautiful not to share. Hugs, Brenda

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  12. What a lovely work of art. So pretty. Thanks for sharing at CAS on Sunday!

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  13. This would make a gorgeous framed painting. Too bad it made into the "pile". But its also good you took it out again. :) Happy December Maarit. Hugs-Erika

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  14. MERRY CHRISTMAS I enjoy your blog.............Lis

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  15. This is so pretty, Maarit! Glad you finished your UFO and that you joined us at SOSS for this challenge, Jo x

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  16. This looks like a handpainted masterpiece - so soft and pretty and the twine gives it a beautiful rustic touch!

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  17. That is pretty. Love what you did with something you had not finished. Thanks for finishing your UFO with the Snarky Sisters.

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  18. Lovely lovely lovely!!
    Beautiful card Maarit!!
    Thanks for joining the sisterhood of snarky stampers for our "UFO" challenge!!

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  19. I know exactly what you mean in the first paragraph.
    I love this painting, it's a lovely soft scene and the idea of the matching coloured jute strings is a master touch.

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I love to read your comments :)

Warm hugs
Maarit