I wanted to show you a way of getting really pale shades with the Promarker as i know we often feel we need an even lighter shade in the range of colours, so for this tutorial i will be using the Pale Pink and the Blender Pen Promarkers and a Digi Stamp by Mo Manning called My Friend.
Take the Blender pen and lay down a layer of blender all over the cardigan, I've marked the area in an orange outline so you can see where i am using it, this blender solution will hepl to keep the paper wet (damp) enabling a light colour blend.
Next using the Pale Pink Promarker colour where the darkest shade would be ( creases of the cardigan, under the arm and at the edges)
Take the Blender pen and stroke the nib over the chisel end of the Pale Pink Promarker to pick up a little of the colour.
Work with the blender pen in small circular strokes over where the pale pink Promarker meets the white on the cardigan towards the centre. The pink ink on the blender pen will flush away so you will need to keep picking up the pink shade onto the blender pen as you work.
You can see that the Pale Pink and the Blender Promarker pens have worked nicely together and without the mottled effect that can happen.
The wonderful folk at Letraset have given me a Promarker Rubber stamping Set 1 to give away to a lucky person.