I love tools. A lot of what I’ve made is because I wanted to try a new tool.
I created this Copic wallet (before Copic Markers came out with theirs) because 1) I just bought a Martha Stewart scoring board and was scoring everything at 1/8″ I could get my hands on 2) I wanted to buy a couple of Copic Markers when I was at Impressive Ideas and couldn’t remember what I had 3) I had just learned that everybody and their Mother was doodling (professionals call it Zentangle).
Supplies: 3 sheets – 8 1/2″ x 11″ white card stock (1 for cover, 1 for blank color legend, 1 for blank list), glue tape, glue stick, copic markers, metal tab closure.
Closed, the Copic Wallet measures 7 1/2″ x 3 3/4″.
The first inside sheet folds out and is used to color in what copic markers you own.
The second inside sheet folds out and is blank and scored every 1/4″ so you have lines, but no lines, to write lists or notes, etc.
I doodled the front and the flap and colored it in with Copic Markers.