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Some of you know that last week I bought some Prismacolor markers and that I have been dying to try them out. I finally got a chance and this is the card I made. I need to practice my coloring, but overall I don't think it is too bad for the first time using alcohol markers.


All the paper except the card base (Stampin' Up CS) was from my scrap bin and I am not sure of the manufacturer. I also used a Sukura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen on the rain drops and puddle.


This cute bear image comes from Bugaboo Stamps.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

Comments

Karin said…
Love it, so bright and fun! Your coloring is exceptional too :)
Paper Addict said…
This card is beautiful!! I love it...hugs from sbs29 sister..Ronnie
Marlene said…
Looks great - and your card is adorable!
Rhonda said…
So Adorable. I love the colors you used and you did a GREAT job with your new markers. I'm happy that you joined us at Daisy Doodles this week.
Dawn said…
I think you did a great job with the markers! Those colors are amazing,glad you are enjoying them.
Joanne Gilch said…
I love it. You are a natural at the Prisma markers, in my opinion, anyway....doesn't my opinion count??? LOL don't answer that.
Tammy said…
Oh I love this one! Thanks for joining us at Daisy Doodles Challenges this week!
Debbie said…
A fabulous card Cheryl, the image is adorable and your colouring ia beautiful.
Hugs
Debbie x
Anonymous said…
your coloring looks great! You are a natural!
This is darling! What a great kids card! Love that image and the stripped DP is great. Thank you for joining us for ths weeks "Sweet Stampin" challange! Looking forward to seeing more of your crafty work in the future!
HUGS
Rach ~ Queen La Rubba
Hop on over and enter in my candy give away!
Joan said…
What a bright beautiful card!!!
Pretty-In-Ink said…
Very cute Cheryl! Your colouring looks fabulous!
Posh Designs said…
Hi Cheryl! What a sweet card! Fab take on the sketch! Thanks for playing along with us over @ ICS this week! :) ~ Nini xoxo
Karen said…
Lovely, love your vibrant colours. Thanks for joining us at DCD.
xx
Mummylade said…
lovely card. I'm so glad you joined the DCD challenge this week and good luck.
Mary said…
Cute card Cheryl. Love the bright colors and that image is very cute. Thanks for joining us at Daisy Doodles.
Susie Sugar said…
Fab card love the colours and the sweet image
Thanks for playing our no flowers allowed challenge with us at DCD this week please come back soon
Hugs Susie xx
Dianna said…
What a cheerful card! Your coloring is great! Thanks for joining us at ICS this week.
Kathy said…
Bright and fun. You did a great job with your new markers!
Nancy said…
What a cute card, Cheryl:O) Love the adorable bear, great colouring.
Thank you for joining My Grafico, good luck!
Nancy;O)
Maria Matter said…
this is such an adorable card Cheryl!! love your sweet rainy day bear!
Thank you so much for playing with us at
Digital Tuesday this week!
Blessings, Maria
Lora said…
Love the bright cheery colours you have used and the image is very cute.
Thanks for joining us at Digital Tuesday this week.
Lora x
Bogner's said…
Very cute image. Love the coloring and the sentiment! Beautiful card. Great use of the color challenge! Thanks for joining us at MyGrafico.
Rachel B
Micki said…
woohoo congratulations on winning MG challenge :-). This is a super cute card. Love the colors.... Nice and cheerful.

hugs
I saw this in the linkwithin box and just had to have a peak at it. Very cute. Thanks for always leaving such nice comments on my blog. I am officially linking you up to my "faithful friends" sidebar blog list. Happy Memorial Day.

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I made this card to send to a family member that has been in my thoughts a lot lately.



I hope to have more to share soon.
Cheryl