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Mendhi Birthday

I made this card for my niece's birthday last week. She is a free-spirited, world-traveling yoga instructor, and this year she spent more than a month in India. I thought her card deserved some sparkle, color and Mendhi.
This is the first time I've colored in this Mendhi Medallion stamp, and it was a lot of fun. Then I decided it needed some sparkle, so I colored over the top of the Copics with Sakura Stardust pens. So I colored it twice. Also, are you tired of this sketch yet? I'm not!

Paper: PTI White, Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise
Ink: Versamark, Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers, Sakura Stardust pens
Stamps: PTI Mendhi Medallion, Enjoy the Ride
Other: White Filigree EP, PTI Hawaiian Shores satin ribbon, Sunshine Impression Plate, Edgers #3 die

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  1. beautiful, I'm sure she loved it.

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  2. Not sure why I didn't see this before. That coloring is amazing, Cheryl! I would have thought it was a print...so detailed! :) Happy New Year, friend!

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