MotherWoods

Handcrafted art with wood from free fallen trees

Taylor, Canada 8 Sales On Etsy since 2017

MotherWoods

Handcrafted art with wood from free fallen trees

Taylor, Canada | 8 Sales

Sarah Ensz

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Sarah Ensz

Announcement    Handcrafted art with wood harvested from free fallen trees. Please check individual listings for dispatch times and read my shop FAQs for wood care instructions.

Follow along on my Instagram or Facebook @motherwoodsart for a sneak peek into my process and to see new releases.

Thanks & take care!
- Sarah

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 20, 2020

Handcrafted art with wood harvested from free fallen trees. Please check individual listings for dispatch times and read my shop FAQs for wood care instructions.

Follow along on my Instagram or Facebook @motherwoodsart for a sneak peek into my process and to see new releases.

Thanks & take care!
- Sarah

About MotherWoods

Sales 8
On Etsy since 2017

Mother Woods

Mother Woods is a small craft company run by artist Sarah Ensz, from her cozy home studio in northern British Columbia.

I'm a lover of all things flora and fauna with a touch of fantasy, which is the inspiration behind much of my work. I enjoy the unpredictability of using recycled and reusable materials because I never know what I'll be creating on next. The wood that I use is collected from trees that have fallen down in the woods near my home where I run my dogs. Each piece is prepared with care so that you'll have a long-lasting and unique work of art.

Each piece of wood has been baked to remove anything that may have inhabited the fallen tree. The wood is coated with 100% organic bees wax and mineral oil to prolong its life, and sealed off with varnish once the artwork is complete.

Follow along on my Instagram or Facebook @motherwoodsart for a sneak peek into my process and to see new releases.

Thanks for your interest and take care!
❤ Sarah

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  • Sarah Ensz

    Owner, Maker

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Last updated on Jan 20, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Returns & Exchanges

If there's any problems that arise with your order, please let me know right away and I'll work with you to resolve the issue. If I made the error, I'm more than happy to make it right!

Custom and personalised orders

These items are made specifically for you, which means I cannot offer cancellations, refunds or exchanges on custom orders.

*REQUESTS*
If you'd like to request custom work that is outside what I currently have listed in my shop, please contact me through Etsy - I'd love to hear what you have in mind!

*When ordering custom items, especially as gifts, be sure to factor in the time it will take for me to hand make your item (please see individual items for dispatch times) in addition to the shipping times.

Delivery

Orders are shipped via Expedited Parcel.

Orders shipped within Canada will arrive in approximately 5 - 7 business days.

Orders shipped to the US will arrive in approximately 5 - 10 business days.

I do accept international orders, however I am not responsible for duties or additional charges that may apply to international buyers. Please also be aware that depending on your location, shipping can take 7 business days to several weeks to arrive. I am not responsible for delays due to customs.

Wood rounds come wrapped in 100% recyclable kraft paper and twine, and are packaged in a bubble mailer.

Wood Care instructions

Each piece of wood I use is collected from free fallen trees found nearby my home. I bake the wood to remove anything that may have inhabited the tree. The wood is then sealed with 100% organic bees wax and mineral oil to prolong its life, as well as varnish once the artwork is complete. Keep in mind that wood is a natural and sensitive material, and can change over time through its colour or splitting, despite being sealed. Sudden temperature change, being dropped, or handled excessively can contribute to splitting. I am not responsible for damages that occur once in your care. Look after it well just as you would any other piece of art by keeping it out of direct sunlight, in a cool, dry place, and avoid excessive handling.