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no more generic iPhone cases

i have to tell you something really fun. you know how i'm starting to really get the shop going again? as in, designing lots of new prints and really trying to promote the shop? and you may remember that i have my designs on zazzle.com right here?

well the other night i posted this print on instagram because i love it and it shows off the new color-combination which i think is totally soft and feminine and romantic and lovely. don't you?

and two sweet friends saw it on instagram and asked if i had it available as an iPhone case.

the fun part? i was able to resize it and upload it into the store as an iPhone case within a few hours. and they were able to buy it! no more generic iPhone cases, my friends.




maybe you're not in love with this particular design, but if you see any design in the shop that you like, please email me, and let me know which one it is, and what product you'd like it on. if you want an iPhone case, an iPad case, a magnet, a mug, a journal, a sheet of stickers, or maybe just a poster-size enlargement (11x14, 16x20, etc)... i can do that for you, no problem, any design you want on any product you want [here are all the products they have]... and then you just buy it through my zazzle store and they make it ship it to you!

email me: alysonrallen [at] gmail [dot] com  
no spaces, and the usual signs for "at" & "dot" :)

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  1. you have no idea how excited I am to get this!

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  2. ok, now THAT is pretty cool! that print really is just lovely, you are so talanted.

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  3. ditto what jami said! i'm pretty thrilled that i got an email this morning saying it was ready to ship! :) WOOT! i have been trying to find the perfect case, and i'm thinking this may be it! :) your stuff is SO CUTE! :)

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