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And if you are interested, I have one that is 'digitally' filled here, on my blog: http://inkyheart.typepad.com/weblog/...34-colors.html Nice to use for a reference, and also can be used with Microsoft Word to make your text, whether sentiment on card, or inside - coordinate with your Copic coloring.
Thanks for your hard work and sharing this! I'm just getting interested in copics and your charts will give me place to start -- much better than my usual random acquiring and then saying, what do I do now??
I'm glad these resources helped you, Vallie. Also, I should point out there is an excellent store in your area (Memphis) that I taught at this year, called Eclectica Scrapbooks & Stamps. The owners Ellen and Rhonda are well-versed in Copics - both attended the certification course and they carry Copics, of course.