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Summer Cara – DT inspiration card

Hello Everyone!
I am on the Sasayaki Glitter challenge blog today to showcase 
this beautiful image called Image 42 Summer Cara.
You can find many more images on the Sasayaki Glitter Store.

I printed the image on Bristol smooth paper and colored the image with my new and 
NBUS “Never Before Used Schtuff” alcohol markers. 
They are from Flying Tiger Copenhagen ,I saw a video on YouTube about them and I really wanted to try them. They are very cheap, they cost about 3$ for a set of 3. 
I have to say I am quite impressed by them! 
They blend so smoothly but on the down side they don’t have a brush tip. 
They come with a bullet tip and a chisel tip

I thought it was a perfect time to use them!

I have also made a “BOO-BOO” on my card, it might not be so apparent by my sentiment is not stamped very straight…
The Die I used is from My Favorite Things, Scalloped Stitched Border dies.
 I had a fun time creating this card and I hope you like it!
Thank you so much for visiting,
xoxo Olga 
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15 thoughts on “Summer Cara – DT inspiration card

  1. This is so sweet, Olga! Your sediment looks just fine to me next to those awesome floating heart balloons! The eye is drawn to your stunning coloring and that adorable mouse on the end of the balloons!! I really love that scalloped edge and the DSP border, too!! Thank you so much for playing again in NBUS Challenge #11! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. Thanks for sharing your trial of the pens, I've seen them too and wondered if they were any good. I love going into Tiger, it's an awesome shop 🙂 I would never have noticed the sentiment being on the wonk, you could easily have got away with it 😉 The card is beautiful!

    Annabel – Knitty Kitty Digis

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  3. Your coloring is always splendid, and you've got some terrific shadows for the fabric folds.That's not always easy to do well, and I love the warm spring colors of this cute little girl's dress. Also liking that lacy edging on the focal image too. (I never noticed that your sentiment wasn't straight until I had a closer look after reading! I do the same thing, and don't notice until I see the photo!) TFS & Hugs

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Thank you so much for your comment! It always makes me so happy when I read them! xoxo Olga

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