I made this awhile back when I bought my Copics.  It’s a chart that has all the Copic colors in it and a space for you to put the colors you have in it. It’s an excellent reference for what colors you want/need and is a good way to keep track of what you have without buying duplicates.  I bought my Copics from Oozak, their individual Ciao markers were $2.68 and were shipped within a day.  I bought a set of Ciaos and will be adding to my collection with individual markers.  Excellent service and free shipping for orders of $50 or more.  Can’t beat free shipping!  I am in no way affiliated with this company, just a very satisfied customer!

Okay, back on track!  This is an easier way to keep my color chart handy, instead of carrying around loose paper.  I like having the true color available before I start coloring.  I printed the color chart (from Sandy Hulsart, aka Shulsart on SCS, copic-color-list-grid) on Stamper’s Select white card stock (PaperTrey Ink), trimmed it down and made covers with the cardboard that came in one of my DP paper packs.  I also added a few extra pages to keep notes and color combos in.  The DP is from K&CO (it’s a specialty pack and is GORGEOUS!!) and the back cover is Ruby Red card stock from Stampin Up.  You could also do this with Stampin Up, CTMH, or anything else you want color chart of.  Thanks for looking!