Thursday, 12 June 2014

Alison has men at work!

Many of you will already know Alison (aka Butterfly) and her inimitable style. She has a treat in store for you today with this beautiful project...




For my second make this month, I had a ball playing with Tim Holtz's French Industrial papers, and my favourite corrugated cardboard.  If you'd like to see some more of the inside, and find out what mundane ingredient is at the heart of this mini-album, do come and visit me at Words and Pictures.




What a fabulous album Alison and what a tease this second photo is, we want to see what's inside! Thank you!

Do hop over to Alison's blog and check out the detail and see what she has hidden in that album. We'll be back on Saturday with another post and a project from another of our newest DTMs, Sue B - hope to see you then.

Chris and the team xxx

7 comments:

Dagmar said...

Oh wow- such a fantastic project!!!!! Great work- I must go to your blog now :-)

Astrid Maclean said...

fab project from Alison!!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Ooh, love the fabulous grunginess of this and - wow - corrugated cardboard - that always steals my heart! Off to check this out in more detail! Julie Ann xxx

Chris Warner said...

Wow, I hope everyone hops across to see your step x step Alison because this is a wealth of little treasures. Beautiful! Chris xxx

Redanne said...

Just had to come here too to say your album is fantastic and I loved hearing how you put it all together. Anne x

Sue said...

Hello Alison,
I always think of you as a grunge artist, and this little album confirms my thoughts, it has been designed wonderfully with gorgeous textures and elements.
Smiles:)
Sue

Georgie C said...

Just come back from viewing this on your blog. Amazing, I cannot imagine how much time and hard work has gone into this xx