Amazon). After letting it dry, I carefully colored over it with the spiced marmalade marker. It worked! I added a bit of mustard seed after it dried to give it a more yellowy-orange color. After I finished, I made sure and scribbled the markers onto a scrap of paper to get rid of any chalk that had gotten on the tip.
A word of caution - while I'm pretty sure my markers will be fine, I can't guarantee it. If you want to be absolutely safe, you can scribble your marker onto a palette and use a brush to pick it up and color with it. And, while I didn't have time to try it, I'm sure you could press a Distress ink pad onto a craft sheet, pick up the ink with a brush and color with that. I did try a reinker and it didn't work at all - it wouldn't dry. So have fun experimenting, but be careful! I tend to be a bit adventurous with my supplies and I know not everyone is like that. ;)
The supplies I used can be found at The Funkie Junkie Boutique via the links below.
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