Thursday, 21 November 2013

eTeam Picks Challenge & Friends with Flair . . .

 Hello everyone, I am soooo excited to be hosting the eTeam Picks Challenge this month.
The theme that I have chosen is . . . 
 Recycling
It can be anything from your craft stash to tin cans, book pages, paper bags . . . the list just goes on and on.
All I ask is that you have a blast, create and let your imagination run wild!

You can find out all the details over on 
eclectic Paperie
 along
with a list of all the materials used and links.
  Sooooo what have I made?
Well the lovely owner of the eP Store Kim is opening a brick and mortar store . . . woohooohooo . . . I am so excited and wish I stayed closer, I would never be away, lol!
So with this in mind, I remembered I had a huuuge chunk of wood 
{ 2ft tall }
 that I had picked up from the allotment over the summer that was drying out.
Why I hear you cry . . . because when I look at it, it reminded me of a tall house with a wonky tonky roof and I haaaaad to have it.
Being on the eclectic Paperie Team inspires me and pushes me to let my imagination go wild and this wonky tonky house is my take on Kim`s FABULOUS shop full of wonder and inspiration!
. . . my recycled roof from pretty packaging
. . . cardboard windows
. . . recycled stash
. . . the sentiments on the windows are Unity Stamp Co. Stamps and all recycled from an old project.
This hunk of wood is so mahoooosive that it was really hard to photograph!!

I have been unwell this week and been unable to head out to the shed to add . . .
a Tim Holtz Mini light up lantern, another window or two, a little fairy door for the wee folk, scraps of papers . . .but it will have to wait another day or so till I am feeling better but I will be back updating this post I promise.

Be sure and hop on over to
eclectic Paperie
to see more pictures
 and
 how I put this all together
plus
my very talented teamies will be linking up there creations for even more inspiration.

UPDATING - to join in with my sweet Friends with Flair over on the Unity Stamp Co. blog.
Be sure to stop on by for bundles of inspiration plus check out the new releases . . . woohoooo!
Wishing you all a fab weekend!

Till next time
Happy Crafting folks
XOXOXO

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wwoooooowww really is huge. .. I totally luv it either huge house or reminds me of block flats looks soooo inviting u want to live there luv everything you have recycled roof is beautiful hope u feel better soon u have made a gorgeous work of art xz

Jackie W said...

Oh my, Tracy! I am in love with this project! I am so glad you saved this chunk of wood! You have turned it into a masterpiece! I just love it! I haven't ever used pan pastels before, but you make it look so beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your art!
Jackie :)

Zoe said...

One word "WOW" xxxxx

Gaylynn said...

Amazing artwork. It is a pleasure to see your creations and unique one of a kind pieces. So much talent!!!

jennifer mitten said...

Wow - this is amazing and all the details are fabulous. I love that you thought of it as a house - fabulous!!!!

Riette said...

Oh well done!! What an amazing project!
xxx
Riette

joetterer said...

stunning creation! will look great with a lamp. feel better.

Ruby said...

WOW You have been busy. I can see that this project must have taken sometime to complete. Lovely.

Mandi said...

AMAZING!!! :)

Michelle said...

Great project! Simply awesome!

Miwa said...

WOW! This is an incredible project! I LOVE IT! Such a fabulous art piece! :)

Scrapper Myra said...

Oh wow... what a stunning work you have made my friend.

Rachel W K said...

amazing project! love how you recycle and make something so beautiful!
-Rachel w k
rwkrafts.com

Julie Odil said...

You do such incredible things with chunks of wood! This is so fun! Love your quotes!

Cynthia said...

Hope you're feeling better soon, Tracy. Love this altered wood project. Lots of possibilities!

Angeline Choo said...

Oh wow!! What a fun project :)

Annmaree of Oz said...

Great theme, and looove your project!


You really are the altered queen!

Love the Beautiful tall house and textures, great use of recycled bits and bobs!

Rock On crafty lady xoxo

Kary said...

WOW, Tracy, you make the MOST Amazing projects!! I wish I can come watch how you created this beautiful project. It looks beautiful!!

Kris said...

What a beautifully designed piece. This is awesome Tracy.

Traceyr said...

Tracy this is such a magnificent piece of art - where are you going to put it? Sending you get well wishes for a speedy recovery. x

:)

JPScraps said...

This is big & BEAUTIFUL! I love it!!

Laura Turcotte said...

..ummm...wow!!! This is stunning! I love it!

butterfly said...

Oh, my word... it already looks amazing, but I'll be sure to pop back to keep an eye on the home improvements! Do hope you feel better soon.
Alison xx

Julie Short said...

Tracy Soory to read that you are not well. I hope you recover quickly so you can get out there and make beautiful really soon.
Your sculpture is super!
Hugs to you
Julie