Okay, so I was having some trouble remembering which Spectrum Noir colored pencils I was using for my projects. Part of this is because they have numbers (as opposed to names) and part of this is because the 120 colors are separated into five sets: Essentials, Florals, Marine, Necessities and Primaries.
So I made a chart, and my life has gotten a whole LOT easier!
The page contains 8 tables of 5 columns (1 for each set) x 24 rows. I've used the first initial of each set to head the columns and each pencil in the set is in its own cell. You can either color the cell with the appropriate pencil or simply check the box or circle the number. Each table also has a place where you can write down the name of the project.
When you've finished a project, take a photo of the table and post it on your blog rather than type all of those pencil numbers. Your readers will also be able to tell very quickly which color belongs to which set.
And since I also like Prismacolor colored pencils, I thought I'd go ahead and make a PDF for those as well. The cells are bigger since these pencil colors have names, so there's only room for four tables on a page.
Now how easy is that?
These documents are both PDF for easy downloading. If you want to share these charts with others, please direct them here to download it. Thanks!
Hope you have fun with these.... ;~D
Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!