Friday, 10 October 2014


Welcome to DAY # 10 of this month long blog hop. 
The full blog roll is in the side bar and all the details of prizes, rules etc can be found HERE.
Today we have an amazing project to share with you... Ghost ship by 
The instruction for the Origami sailboat can be found here:
I used thicker paper and a spiderweb stencil to get more structure, and dylusion inks sprays.

seen from above
seen from the front
The sail

The other side of the sail

the helmsman

the helm
used dies:
Bigz die Raven/Scaredy Cat  SX-TH656928
Sixxic Picture wheel
Memory box dies for the spiderweb, the Little caldron
Halloween Stickers

The sailman was build up with
SW R13010  Gentleman
SW M06103  Boo
The boats steering wheel was made from an empty ribbon spool which was decorated with Halloween paper. On one side I glued - in a circlular shape - Cotton swaps which I coloured beforehand.

other stamps used:
SW N06073  Reis-teksten
FAS Q3302  Fish skeletons
CP R546  Dead tree  (without the tree :) )
SW M11053 Twee schedels
SW R13056 The grim reaper 

Thanks for stopping by today,If you like the stamps used in any of the projects you see on this blog, don't forget to check the websites and . There you will find all these beautiful stamps, many of them are totally EXCLUSIVE to De Stempelwinkel.... who will ship worldwide. You can pay with Paypal.
See you tomorrow for DAY #11 with another project by another designer.


Jetske said...

Great project, that surely will cause a lot of wow's! So many details, even fish skeletons on the boat, super!

Saskia said...

Great project, Silke!

maureenjscott said...

WHOA!!!! this is amazing! A fabulous idea to create the ship,so many details, love all the things to see! M x

DonnaMundinger said...

OMG! What a fab project! Such a spooky ship with amazing details. thanks for the link to the fold, too. xxD

TangledBlueRose said...

WOW! I am blown away with this one! Outstanding ship and loads of brilliant details, so much to see and enjoy! The helm and helmsman are so amazing! Love it! Thanks for so many pictures to see everything!!

Laura S Reading said...

This is too creative and fabulous for words to say how amazing it is!
Cotton swabs for the wheel. Genius idea!

Thanks you for the video link but I could not make anything half as wonderful as Silke did.

Unknown said...

Wow, this is wonderful! So many great details! Love the use of cotton swabs for the wheel.

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

OMG. Totally cool. Love all the 'little' details you added to make this a true pirate ship.

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

WOW wie toll ist das denn? ich kipp um, das Teil ist echt der Kracher!Wahnsinn was es da alles zu entdecken gibt, einfach genial und mit viel Liebe zum Detail gemacht.

LG Anja

My Side of Oz said...

What a mind blowing project!! I always quote a song saying Yes I am a Pirate, and you know I love this ghost ship! My Halloween costume is a pirate and I am now wanting to start on it! Inspiration and brilliant!! Not enough words to say about this awesome fantastic ship!!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

OH MY GHOUL, what a freaky fabulous ghost ship, loving all the little details!

Little Artbee said...

Total geniale Kreation, ich bin begeistert. Herrlich und sehr fantasievoll gestaltet dieses Gruselboot.Mal so ganz was Anderes.
Liebe Grüße

Susan Renshaw said...

I really do think that this is brillinat! As a sailor I may have to have ago at making something similar...but I wouldn't like to meet this boat out at sea!!

Unknown said...

What an awesome ship! Love all the detail!

Unknown said...

this is so freaking rad. I have never seen anything like this before. Wonderful creation.

Julia said...

Great project, so in love with the sail.

Sarah said...

I have loved pouring over every image in fullscreen so I can see every amazing detail!! What a fantastic ship and the imagination behind the ships wheel - genius!!

Steph said...

Oh my gosh, this is freaking amazing! Love all the details.

Alexandra Lundgren said...

WOW!! This rocks my world on every single level. Absolutely IN LOVE with it!!

Christine Kiehl said...

Oh my goodness you have some fantastic pieces for us today! I love how your mind works on getting all together with a theme!

Christine Kiehl said...

Oh my goodness you have some fantastic pieces for us today! I love how your mind works on getting all together with a theme!