Wryn – Floating Along / Summer Card (Felicitare Handmade/ Tematica – Vara)

Good morning, crafty friends! 
I am here today to present my new Tiddly Inks card, for this week’s Fab Friday
As you know, every Fab Friday, the DT members show you their Tiddly Inks projects that they’ve made for your inspiration + you get to find out the winner for the previous challenge (this time it’s the Let’s get gothic challenge).

For my card, I’ve used one of the newest images from Tiddly Inks – Wryn – Floating Along

This image gives me a happy feeling :)!
I’ve colored it with my Inktense Pencils and I have the combos list ready for you 🙂 
Skin: 520, 1740, 2010
Hair: 1900, 2010
Hat: 1710, 1740, 1730
Lifesaver: 1300, 1310
Dress: 400, 530
Flowers: 400, 230
Glass: 100, 230
Sea: 1200, 830

The pattern papers are from Simple Stories – “I Heart Summer” digital format. the clouds are from NitWit – “Up, Up & Away” collection.

And now for some close up photos. You’ll see that I’ve added some red glitter on the flowers and the heart, and then I’ve added Glossy Accents on the heart, on the flower from the hat, on her glass and on the water waves. Oh, I love glossy accents 🙂 !

For the inside I used papers from the same “I Heart Summer” collection and I added a white square for the message.

I hope you enjoyed my card and that you are now one of my followers! Please, leave a comment if you have any questions or some love to give 😉 !
If you want to buy my card, please visit my Etsy Shop.
Have a great day and an awesome weekend!
Hugs xx


6 thoughts on “Wryn – Floating Along / Summer Card (Felicitare Handmade/ Tematica – Vara)

  1. Oh, yes ! ''some love to give'' I'll have always for you :). Love-love this card… made me miss the childhood days when splashing was a real fun :D. Raluca, do you have a layering tool ? I'm asking because it looks fabulous and so perfect cut . Again, big love. 😉


  2. Oh, dear Teodora! You are always here for me, ready with “some love to give” :))) Thank you!!! And now about the layering 🙂 Until today I hadn't any idea that there is a layering tool, so no, I don't use it! I layer my paper and I make small marks in corners with an empty pen so I know where to adhere my paper 🙂
    Hugs xx


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