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Pixel art scratch-off card art

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Pixel art scratch-off card art.

Hi Adafruit team !

The attachment is a photo of the Scratch Card that I ordered from you. I drew some Atari icons…  🙂 Feel free to publish in your blog.

Regards,
Eduardo


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NEW PRODUCT – Pixel Art Scratch-Off Card. Analog and digital merge into an interactive winner. Scratch away the gold foil to reveal neon green pixels. Create your own messages and pictures! Perfect for when you have that urge to make pixel art. 5×7″ folded blank card, scratch tool, and envelope. Made in the USA.

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