Week 5: Color Your World will air live on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 3:00pm Pacific time on Livestream
This week’s homework is:
1. Decide on a storage tool for your coloring agents
2. Gather together all your coloring agents by type/brand
3. Create cataloging pages by color/manufacturer (I created a file with links to many different cataloging pages)
Tiffany’s peek a hue charts can be found here
4. PROGRESS REPORT: on the main Facebook Group or email it in
5. Celebrate with reward #5
My Pinterest board for this week can be found here
Tiffany’s storage options for coloring agents
NOTE: There is a change in schedule and Week 6: Photos will air until Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 3:00pm. You can use the extra week to organize more paper, embellishments, tools and/or coloring agents.
This pink storage was purchased at Michael’s on clearance. I use it for gel and other acid free pens that I use in scrapbooking and card making. It is on my main work area.
These purple units were made by my father in law and hold my alchohol markers (Copic, Bic Mark Its and Hobby Colour markers)
This plastic container hold my versamagic chalk inks and is kept on my planner cart as that is where I normally use them.
This is a Recollections Lexington Cart from Michael’s. The top bin holds a tote that I purchased at Michaels in the art supply area and holds my color books and rotating board. The middle pen houses my colored pencils. The bottom bin holds spirograph supplies. This unit is normally in my hubby’s man cave as we both like to color.
Slat wall with Cricut cartridges and supplies.
Totally Tiffany Stash N Store Units. The 7 drawer units hold ink refills, embossing powders, glitter, sprays, distress paints and acrylic paints
My water color crayons and paints hang on slatwall
The Totally-Tiffany Pen & Ink Palace (I painted it purple) holds my distress markers, nuvo, etc.
My Stampin’ Up Ink Carosol holds my ink pads and refills. The sterlite container with the blue lids seen just above it holds daubers with my Stampin Up Colors. They are all numbered similarly. For Instance SU1 is Melon Mambo and applies to the ink pad, refill and dauber.
Here is a look inside the dauber case.
My father in law also made these 2 units that are in my Ikea Kallax. They hold different stamp pads. The Tim Holtz mini distress inks are divided by color family.
Marker storage (sharpies, etc) in an Ikea Alex drawer unit. This unit is in my office area.
I have another Alex drawer unit in my color area. Here you will see grid I made from plastic canvas that holds my Stickles (and other glitter glues)
A look inside of the pink/red mini distress ink tin. One tin is upside down so you can see I store the distress foam pad in the bottom.
My color catalog on top of the desk and the Ikea Alex drawer unit underneath. This is in my cut/color area.
A look inside my color catalog. This is my stampin’ up inks, the R notes that I have the refill for this color.
The page below show my color catalog by color.
I also catalog by brand, this is a Stickles page. I downloaded the chart from ranger and put a strip of black cardstock over half of each square so you can see how it looks on light and dark paper.
Below is my Distress Color page. I have a column for mini distress ink pads, markers, paint, stain and glitter. I don’t have any of the stain or glitter but added them in case I acquire in the future.
I catalog my glitter by punching out a heart shape running through my Xyron, sprinkling on glitter and then running through the xyron to make the sample a sticker.
Embossing powder samples
My Totally-Tiffany Color Keeper and Rotating Design Board.