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Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Hats off to The East Wind - Brand New Challenge

Welcome fellow Bloggers, Crafters, Friends and Anyone Else who has popped in for a look around.....
 
  
Today sees the release of a brand new image from 'The East Wind'.
 

 
 
 
Challenge Blog - http://www.theeastwind.com/
 
The East Wind not only has Blog Challenges, but has Facebook challenges as well.
The East Wind digital images are designed to bring out he 'quirkiness' in people.
Unky, the artist an owner of The East Wind', has made a promise to draw new releases for every Monday and Friday.....she ha given herself a lot of hard work in this promise!!!
At The East Wind, we love ALL kind of crafting styles, but the quirkier the better haha
 
The East Wind are also very generous. For fans and supporters who are signed up for The East Wind's news letter, they will get a freebie image with the news letter once a month..... how fabulous is that???
 
I am soooooo late with this post. The Challenge started on the 15th of February......
The theme of this challenge is
'TIP OF THE HAT'
Nice and easy theme.....Just means that what ever you make, must include a hat somewhere. This can be the actual make, on the image, as an embellishment or how ever else you can include a hat in your entry!!
 
 
I loved this theme so much, I made two entries..... Here are the images I used:
 
'Lucy Loo' Mustache
 
 
'Lucy Loo' Strawberry Shortcake Lolita
 
 
How brilliant are both these images, and both so different!!!!
 
So, to the bit you are all here for, what I made with them:
 
Mustache -
 



 I cut the hat and frame wit my Silhouette Cameo.
The image is coloured with Faber-Castell colouring pencils.
 
I wanted to make my actual project a hat, but I am not sure it has turned out how I imagined it...... I like it though, as its something different!
 
 
Strawberry Shortcake Lolita -
 



 
 The card base, sentiment and layers were cut on my Silhouette Cameo.
The image was coloured using Faber-Castell Colouring Pencils.
The faux stitching was added by using a white Rangers pen.
 

I would like to enter the above makes into the following challenges -

Inspiration Destination - #21 Always Anything Goes
Die Cutting Divas - #203 Odd Card
Party Time Tuesday - #195 Anything Goes
Through The Craft Room Door Challenge - 17th Feb - 23rd Feb Challenge
 
 
I hope that my makes have inspired you to join in with the brilliant challenge at The East Wind Challenge Blog, there are always wonderful The East Wind images to be won!
 
Thank you all for your wonderful visits. Every comment left means the world to me!!
 

24 comments:

Ema M said...

Thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
Ema
IDCB Owner

Michelle Kinder said...

Wow! Your projects are awesome! Thanks for joining the Cuttin and Stampin challenge.

Jan Ltc said...

Brilliant cards Lisa xx Jan

Barbara (Ozzy) said...

love the cards and your colouring as usual is amazing. i've bought myself some pencils/pens and a colouring book to see how my colouring in is, you do inspire me to give it a go. Good luck with your entries.

Lea Brawn said...

Oh my word your work is amazing. These images are fabulous. Thank you Lisa for your kind words earlier. It was very kind of you to say what you did. Love Lea x

Andree said...

These are both fantastic Lisa. I love the hat shape and the 'moustache' image. The muted colours and drop pearl edging are lovely.
The card is wonderful. I love the design and sentiment. Your colouring on both images is fabulous xxx

Avril Ann said...

WOW, Lisa these are both outstanding, love the idea of the Hat Stand on the 1st one, so clever, hugs hun xxx

Kathryn said...

Fabby makes xx beautiful colouring too as always xx

pauline said...

Brilliant makes Lisa ,Love them ,you colouring is great .and thank you for the lovely comments on mine ,and i miss you to xxx

jane stillman said...

So great to see you blogging - even though it might be late - was worried about you. These images are fabulous and I just love what you've done with them. The hat stand is a brilliant idea. Take care x x

crafty-stamper said...

Both fabulous Lisa love the beautifull coloured image -really love the hat one the image is fantastic
carol x

Laine said...

Lovely colourful creations Lisa. I love making decorated top hats.
Laine
xx

Linda Simpson said...

WOW Lisa these are 2 stunning creations! Love the gorgeous papers and beautiful colour combinations. The images are gorgeous and as always beautifully coloured.
Love and Big Hugs
Linda xxxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

Lisa gorgeous cards and projects.
Gr Karin

emma goddard said...

WOW Lisa, stunning projects sweetie, love them xx

Wendy Batchen said...

Great project, love that you made it into a hat. Thanks for joining us at Inspiration Destination and good luck. Wendy DT x

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Lisa your cards are gorgeous. Hugs Jackie

CA Scrapper said...

Very cute!! Thanks for joining us this week at Die Cuttin' Divas.

Leslie

Patricia St Martin said...

Love both of your creations. Thank so much for joining us at Though the Craft room Door challenge.
Fabulous ideas and great inspiration.
Hugz from Wisconsin, Patricia
rubber stamping is my game blog

Lise Cooke said...

WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW SUPER CUTE, LOVE THE IMAGES, THEY ARE AMAZING. LOVE THE COLOURS AND THE FABULOUS DESIGNS, STUNNING XXX

Tracy Welham said...

Wonderful creations! Creative Blessings, Tracy x

Hillary Harris said...

Very pretty! Love your coloring work! Thanks for joining us at Party Time Tuesdays!

maureenjscott said...

Love your projects Lisa! You are so inspiring, I'm gonna have to get a new cameo mat for all the cutting I want to do! So glad we're crafty pals! Hugs, mo xxx

Desire Fourie said...

Wow stunning creations. Adore the hat concept and the gorgeous fold of the second. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}