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StampInsanity Challenge #19

It’s time for a sketch challenge with the Groovy Gurlz of StampInsanity!

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But instead of a card…I made a tag!

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I used the oh-so-handsome Roder as my subject this week. He’s just so rockin’!

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And of course, I broke out my colored pencils! I also used my Coluzzle for the circles and rectangle. I know! I just love using my older tools! I hate letting them just sit in a drawer unused.

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And how about that yarn??? Isn’t it fabulous? I’ll never learn how to knit a sweater, but I will always find something to do with all of those wonderful skeins of yarn that I have!

Now go and check out what the rest of the Groovy Gurlz are up to this week!

Jacquie Lisa Juanita Jennifer

Margie Suzi Erica

Guest Groovy Gurls: Shelley Margreet

Comments

Barb said…
Fab tag, Alison ;) Roder is so cute, and you've colored him wonderfully!
Erica said…
Love your cropping of the image. The book mark is a great idea! Hugs, Eri
Awww, look at you two! Beautiful girlies! I hope y'all had a blast!
Adorable tag, and Roder is adorable! I likey the trimmings!
hugs, margie
Beth said…
Oh man... I hate photos of myself... It's Stay-Puft the Marshmallow Mom! lol You, no surprise, look great, tho! :) The book mark is awesome! Love you back! :)
Jennifer said…
GREAT tag, Alison. Love your work too. TFS the beautiful picture of you and Beth.
ellepaulette said…
Oooh! I like this! Great job as always!!

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