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Sassy Anniversary Relay

Hello! A real quick post for you today, for a real quick project I made late last night! Sassy Studio Designs is having an Anniversary Relay. You can see all of the Day 1 Details HERE. I’ve gotta get this post up quick so I can move on to the next round! I don’t usually rush projects, but I only found out about the relay late last night! Here’s my project:


I had this tag (actually, a ton of them) in my stash, and I thought Cassie would look totally cute on it. I colored her (again, kinda quickly) in my colored pencils, and used a stencil and some chalk for the background on the tag. Added some sparkly yarn and voila! Finished!


I love her boots!


I also chalked around Cassie a bit to dull down the whit that I had printed her on. Ok! Off to have some breakfast! Have an inspiring day!


Lisa Foster said…
Love this Alison! Great job...the chalking adds such softness! (This is one of my faves at SDS :)
Erica said…
This is great! I love the simplicity! It's perfect! Hugs, Eri
Sara said…
Love it, she makes a perfect tag!
Anesha said…
Lovely tag, really like the background. Thanks for the comment on my card. Anesha :)
Jennifer said…
It doesn't look rushed. Awesome project. Good Luck in the relay.
Kim Dellow said…
Fabulous tag! Love the background. Kim
Alyssa S said…
She is so fun and sassy! I love how you use fun yarns for your bookmarks - they've now made it to my shopping list b/c I love to make bookmarks and yarns are so much more fun for tassles!

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