Monday, February 11, 2013

Our weekend and some wood burned spoons

I hope everyone had a great weekend.  We experienced a snow storm here in the northeast resulting in a snow day on Friday.  We played and shoveled...and shoveled some more.  It has been a while since we saw that much snow on the ground. 

With all of that fresh snow, I wanted to go out and 
capture some of the pretty sights of the snowy fields...


Pretty, right?

But unfortunately, we ended up being 'swallowed' by nature.  Hubby stopped on the side of a country road for me to take some pics, put the truck in park and 3 seconds later, we began sliding sideways.  Apparently, there was a 3' ditch under all that snow.  You can't really tell from the angle of this photo, but the truck was tipped over so much so that the back left back wheel was off the ground.  Needless to say, we needed a tow truck to get us out out and our little photo shoot was cut short.  Not so fun at the time, but we laugh about it now.  


Back in the warmth and comfort of home, 
I also played with a medium new to me.

Pyrography, which is the official term for wood burning.
A while back, I bought a wood burning pen from PLAID.  I had this idea floating in my head for a long time but hadn't gotten around to it until this weekend. 

I think these would make such a cute gift.

I have never used a wood burning pen, so writing 
simple words on the spoons was a good way to start.

And of course, I had to explore this medium a little more...

It is definitely a very different medium, but fun to play with nonetheless.  One that I'm sure I will continue to explore.

Thank you so much for visiting today. I hope you have a great start to the week.

much love,



15 comments:

  1. Sorry about the truck, glad you didn't get injured. You did get some great photos, though ;) Your wood burning is fabulous, love the spoons and the woodland scene. pinning!

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  2. Beautiful pictures! Sorry your truck got stuck in the snow.As we say in our family..."It isn't an adventure unless something unexpected happens!"

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  3. Love how the spoons came out and the birch pictures are really lovely. Bummer about the truck, though! We have about 2 1/2 feet of snowing waiting for us when we fly back home from vacation tomorrow. I'm nervous...

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  4. Love the snow. Guess that's why we are Canadians! Your wood burning tool will be put to good use with you at the drivers seat. Beautiful!

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  5. The spoons are wonderful Lu! And darn about your car! I can see how that could easily happen! At least you got a few great shots! :o) all in the name of pretty pictures right?! And it sounds like it was a memory...maybe not the kind you were wishing for, but one no the less!
    Happy Monday sweet friend!
    Jaime

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  6. Some of those snow pictures on the news are astounding! Glad you are all OK! The spoons are adorable! And your experimenting looks pretty adept to me!

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  7. That settles it for me... I've been thinking about getting a wood burning tool. Love what you did with it!

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  8. Lucy, I can only dream about snow like that... looks beautiful. Your wood burned spoons are very simple and sweet. The trees you've wood burned look great too.... Happy Monday...

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  9. What a shame getting stuck like that. Thank goodness for cell phones. I love the wooden spoons! Where do you find the tool?

    XO,
    Jane

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    1. Hi Jane . I purchased the own at Walmart in the craft section . It's by PLAID and its less than $20.00 ...I can't remember the price exactly . I just know it was not expensive at all . :)
      Thank you for asking ...xo

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  10. LOVE my wood burning tool! Never used it like this, but what a good idea! :) Sorry y'all got stuck.... that stinks.

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  11. Beautiful pictures!! The snow looks so pretty! Those spoons are so adorable and would make a perfect gift to anyone.

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  12. Wow, have I been living under a rock, I have never heard of such a thing, and it looks amazing, and yes, they do make a lovely gift. Sorry about the getting stuck situation, yikes, I don't know if I would ever venture out when there is that much snow out....lovely though.

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  13. such a great idea! and hello, how amazing is your wood burned scene! Gorgeous!

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  14. Lucy, these spoons are so adorable! I'v gotta try these! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

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