I finally got around to doing swatch sheets for my sprays. You know how people show off their tidy little swatches with perfectly printed labels and neat edges? Yeah, so not me. So I finished up (there are two more pages like that one), went to put them with the sprays, but I realized I have most of my spritzes in one place, and all my Dylusions in another. What to do? But lo, what is this–I have an extra notebook! Why not take all the color swatch sheets I make, sprays, paints, inks, etc., and put them in one place? So that’s what I’m doing. Just making the swatch sheet encourages me to create. Having this handy will be extremely helpful.
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Yup – I do the same thing! I have a binder that keeps track of all my ink pads, colors, sprays, paints, markers, and also what dies and embossing folders I own. I also have a zipper pocket that holds my Copic swatchbook. (Do I ever remember it when I’m at the store? Very seldom. But it’s nice to have it all collected in one place.) 🙂
nice! way better than a typical, boring paint sample!