Wednesday, 16 April 2014


Hello friends....

Hope you're all having a wonderful week and enjoying the sunshine that we have at the moment! It's been another busy week here at Chez Williams' and Mr Mojo has been a busy little bee thinking up lots of new ideas for new projects to show you over the coming weeks and I can't wait for you to see them all...

In the meantime, I've had a few questions about a current project that is in the May issue of Making Cards Magazine, asking if it would be possible for me to show the project in full and also, to show the cover of the book. Well, your wish is my command and below is each individual page of my Alice In Wonderland star book...

...and if you feel inspired to create it, and it is such a fun project to create...then there is a full tutorial that I wrote in the current issue of Making Cards, available now at Tesco, WHSmith and many, many other places. The magazine is also now available as a digital issue for your tablet.

So, grab a cuppa and I hope you enjoy my photos of the project and don't forget that you can read all about it in Making Cards Magazine, where it has a full stockist list of where to get these gorgeous Alice papers from.

Front cover of the book.

The star book opened out into a star
Page by page of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

The current issue of the May issue of Making Cards, available now with full tutorial.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and I really hope that you love my little creation.
See you all tomorrow, when I hope you will pop back to see a project that I'm very excited to be lips are sealed until the morning!!!
Bye for now and have a lovely Emma xxx


  1. Always love seeing your creations in the magazine and still pinch myself being in the mag alongside you. This is gorgeous Emma ,

  2. WOW this is stunning Emma, what a beautiful creation, Love Hazelxox

  3. Hi Emma, this is beautiful, so much detail. I think I may have to have another's been a while since I made one.....not too good at accurate measuring and cutting!!! I love the little bunting banner too. GORGEOUS. xxxx

  4. Very clever indeed! I don't know how she does it, again. This is clearly a sturdy item that is meant to be used but admired and stored away for a rainy day.

  5. That's on a different level of WOW


Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon...
Emma ~xx

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