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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Third time's the charm...

Well, if you're keeping up with the pace here at Words and Pictures this week, congratulations!  Frankly, I'm exhausted!


You've already had PaperArtsy Projects One and Two, and now here's number Three, ready and waiting for you over at the PaperArtsy blog.  

And, just in case you missed it, in between we had the start of the new challenge over at Fun With ATCs this morning... If you're looking for that project, it's here!

But for now, I hope this sneak peek has made you curious enough to hop over to PaperArtsy to see more.  I think this may be my favourite triptych of the week...

Thank you so much for all your support - it means so much to me.  And I fear this week's work is not done yet.  I've been very busy lately... watch this space closely!

How come I have too many things to do all the time...?
Hiroko Sakai



I'd really like to enter my embossed "glass" bottles into the Embossed challenge at Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge - but I don't know if that's allowed, given I can only give you a sneak peek here!  If you're willing to visit my main post at PaperArtsy, I'd love it!

33 comments:

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wow, that's a breathtaking project.

Sue C said...

Another beautiful project Alison ! Sue C

mark gould said...

congrats Alison, sorry I have missed these, have been over and wow x

sally said...

I've been ooh-ing & aaah-ing all week and this is MY favourite! Those bottles are great :-)

Sally

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Another fabulous trio Alisom. I love how you shaped the bottles and added the embossing . The greens are gorgeous and work beautifully with the flowers. Love how,you extended the stem too. Tracy x

Annie said...

My goodness Alison....you have been busy !!!! Off to have a look at project number 3 x loved the other two and number 3 is looking good x hope you are managing to have a break/sleep etc

Crafty hugs
Annie x

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Alison
Surely you are feeling dizzy and disorientated with so many posts but I am not complaining, it is always a treat to visit.
Wishes
Lynne

Deborah said...

Just been to look...Love your green bottles. Never thought to try and heat non-heatable acetate.

Maggie said...

Just catching up in blogland and your projects are stunning this one is my favourite love the bottle effect, congratulations Alison

MaggieH

Redanne said...

Totally amazing! Hugs, Anne x

Dan said...

Lovely pieces and the way you shaped the bottles was so clever! Thanks for joining us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

inkypinkycraft said...

they look gorgeous , love the bottles and they have you all over them , which is great! hugs x

chrissies said...

Amazing Alison! Just love the bottles and how they stand out so well. I have loved all of the makes but this one is the best for me

Love Chrissie x

Shirley Chillman said...

You make the sneak peaks look so inviting Alison who wouldn't want to hop on over to take a closer look.

Crafty hugs from Shirl x x

Brenda Brown said...

Splendid Alison, such wonderful creations this week, you really have done yourself proud.
hugs {brenda} x0x

toni said...

Wonderful work and a fab tutorial over at paper artsy, they're sooo lucky to have you on their team ! The backgrounds are gorgeous and the bottles are just plain brilliant ! Toni xx

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

What a fab results Alison..and yeah the clear embossingpowder is great sometimes to solve a colour problem :-)

cathylynn said...

Just saw that awesome ATC and now I must go see this your other posting. You got me hopping here but it is a pure delight to see you gorgeous creations!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

House of Bears said...

We've been to visit the paperartsy projects and sigh in admiration, you inspired us to play with our pa stamps too. Your work is just stunning as always.

Sophie said...

TRAUMHAFT SCHÖN!
Wundervoll.
Ich habe es heute schon per Mail bekommen :-)

Liebe Grüße, liebe Alison
Sophie xx

Coco said...

Fabulous project Alison, LOVE it :) Coco xx

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Alison, I love your green bottles xx

pearshapedcrafting said...

Love how you made the bottles look like real glass. Thank you for reminding me that I have some of these sets and they don't come out often enough - just hope I can try some of these techniques now! Chrisx

Astrid Maclean said...

Love those bottles Alison, they look brilliant!

Jennie Atkinson said...

Wow what a week for you. The sneak peek looks fabulous so I am off for a look again. x

Dorthe said...

Marvelous Alison,-so wonderful, and love the stamps, too!!
Hugs,Dorthe

Gerrie Johnnic said...

OK, you win, I shall pop over by PA, and AS just for you......xxoo

Neet said...

Just snuck on and like what I see - now heading over to PA.
Hugs, Neet xx

Alexa said...

Oooh ... looks lovely. Time is against me these days (hence lack of visits to anyone's blog - sorry!) but I will need to see all of this piece. xx

Bonnie Irvine said...

Oh my word, this is fabulous. I'm off to see the other ones as I am playing catch up and working backwards. Delightful!

Carol Q said...

wonderful Alison - what a gorgeous set. I'm on catch up having been away on a course last week. Looks as though you had a fabulous week over on PA. Hope you enjoyed it!

Sandy said...

Alison, you must have more energy than anyone around. I have seen some pretty good pictures of you at some classes lately. Why is it that the most talented artists all live where they have these classes. I think I am going to go pout - right after I see your whole canvas.
Sandy

Kezzy said...

Now this project was awesome and I ended up buying the stamp set lol. I loved the way you did the bottles and I can completely understand why it was the hardest to do lol. Kezzy :-) xxx