organized for the first time
I’ve had a number of inquiries about my project book and copic marker reference. When I first started making cards a couple of years ago for Operation Write Home, I quickly realised that my project list, copic color reference, technique reference, and collection of card sketches was becoming unwieldy. So I went about getting organized.
It serves as a good guide and a for anyone who makes cards, crafts, draws, quilts, or likes to dream up new projects – it was a lot of fun to make and I’ll enjoy helping other papercrafters get themselves organized as well.
(if you’re interested in having one of your own and not having to do a boat-load of work to get it organized, click here to order one from me and I’ll get you get started – all money made outside of material/shipping costs will be donated to The Harriman-Miller Green Beret Organization depending on what binder, pockets, sections you choose)
Below is the first reference book (I produced it last year) – its not perfect, but it works. I’ll probably revisit, revise, and re-organise again at some point, but for now it serves my needs nicely and keeps me organized… another project crossed off!
By the way, the Harriman-Miller Green Beret Organization is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting and meeting the needs of past and present Army Special Forces teammates and their families. Super nice folks and I’m delighted to support them.