Blends Meet Copics - Creating Master Blending Reference Sheets

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Blends Meet Copics - Creating Blending Sheets | Tracy Marie Lewis |

After losing all of my crafting supplies I was a bit down of course and did not do a good job of organizing my replacement Copic markers. I was pretty much in love with the new Blends and spent all my time with them. Stampin' Up! has released the colors slowly over time and I finally made myselft spend some time organizing and cataloging my Copic markers. 

I think what has happened is that I now need "MORE" Blends, and I don't have more, so I will use Copics to stretch out my lights to darks blending while I await more Blends!

I created a video showing what I have done to catalog the Stampin' Blends and give some examples of creating a mixed blending reference sheet using multiple sets of the Stampin' Blends as well as incorporating Copics into the mix (Copics could be any other alcohol marker). 

I am just starting this exercise and wanted to share it with you all right away. I will publish the final sheets. Of course the sheets will be forever growing as I add to my collection and discover more blending combinations to document.

Everyone has their own "collection" of alcohol markers/colored pencils etc. and everyone needs to make their own references based on what they own. This video will get you started! Video length 22 min 40 sec

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Thanks for stopping by, please feel free to leave comments or questions, I am here to help!



Love copic markers and blends. Nice blending book its fun to use for reference with the colors.


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