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Letraset Promarker and Flexmarker Review & Birthday Card

This past weekend I was happy to receive a package from the United Kingdom which included a sample of the Letraset ProMarkers {Set 1} and Letraset FlexMarkers {Set 2}. I was so excited to get to playing with these and was happy that last night I finally got to sit down and create with them.

After opening the package, I did take the time to read the insert that gives the following background information on the markers…

“ProMarker is the perfect introduction to colouring with alcohol based markers. ProMarkers have two inbuilt nibs. The broad nib is ideal for applying large, even colour fills. The fine tips is narrower, making it useful for more precise detailing and line work. ProMarker inks have a translucent quality making them great for layering and blending. And the non-toxic, alcohol based inks provide smooth, flawless colour lay down every time.”

Knowing that I needed to create a birthday card for my sister-in-law’s upcoming birthday, I grabbed a Bugaboo image {Guinea Birthday} and started using the ProMarkers to color in this image. I was amazed at how SMOOTH the coloring was. It simply colored like butter. I didn’t have a lot of various colors to blend in with the ProMarkers so I did a lot of layers and used the blender pen. I am loving them and can’t wait to use them again.

The card that I created is going to be linked up to two different sketch challenges, CPS Anniversary Challenge and Deconstructed Sketch #37. I took a bit of liberty with the Deconstructed Sketch but think it still works with the sketch. I am also going to link it up with the Rainbow Challenge at City Crafter Challenge and Bugaboo Challenge for Anything Goes. WHEW!

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