This maze is the second in my ski resort series. I envisioned strapping skis onto my vintage Porsche and heading up the alps for a weekend trip at my ski shack. We all need dreams so I might as well shoot for the stars.
Last winter I started the series with my gondola maze. That puzzle started out as a ski lodge maze but I couldn’t get the design to work out so I settled on the gondola idea. Overall I was happy with the gondola maze and in fact it was one of my most popular mazes of all time. I didn’t want to abandon the ski shack idea so I re-approached it this year. I was able to change the perspective and make it work. I hope everyone enjoys this as much as I do and it’s making me want to strap on the skis and hit the slopes.
Below is the color test and the sketches I created while developing this maze. I struggled with the perspective of this drawing and went though a lot of sketches to get to the final product. All of my mazes start out as pencil drawings and then are filled in with marker and colored pencils.
I’ve been asked before to post my mazes without the colored pencil so that people can choose to color the maze themselves or navigate easier. Below is the link to this maze without color if that’s your preference. I’d love feedback if this is something people enjoy or not.
If you have an idea for a maze I’d love to hear about it. Additionally, if you just have some feedback you’d like to share please let me know via email ( ) or social media (, )
If you are a game lover and are looking for something fun to do with your friends check out my review of the Hunt A Killer Murder Mystery game. My wife and I love shows like Dateline and 48 Hours and this was a really fun activity to do with friends. Here’s my review if you would like to check it out.
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16 thoughts on “Hand Drawn Ski Shack Maze – Free Printable PDF”
Thanks so much for sharing my son loves this so much happy I saw this at fortheloveto link party
Thanks that’s really nice to hear. I’m glad your son is enjoying the maze
Awesome maze! I pinned this! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 9, open February 1 to 26.
Thanks that’s great to hear
Beautiful.. Thanks for joining in the Polkadoodles challenge Good Luck Michela Piras DT
Thanks so much
I love it! You are truly talented:) Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen
Thanks so much. That’s really nice to hear
Oh this is so cool! I really love the vintage Porsche and I totally want to go relax at a ski lodge now! Thanks for linking up!
Glad you enjoyed this.
These are too cool. I’ve been printing them up for when I go for surgery or when I get stuck in bed. It’s a great time passer and enjoyable. Fabulous idea! BIG HUGS! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Sorry to hear about your surgery. I hope they help pass some time. Thanks
Thank you for your sharing.
Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek. Next week is 7/51 T: Telling Self-Care Stories #1. 17.2.2020. Hope to see you there AND the next 10 prompts are on the home page now! Denyse.
Wow! Very talented!
Thanks for linking up at the Happiness is Homemade Link Party. Hope you’ll come back next week.