Why are these blank??? Good question, here's the answer: print up a blank chart and fill it in with the colors you own so you know what you have and you can see the exact color! This is a real time saver when you're working on projects and trying to match inks, papers and embellishments. It also doubles as a handy shopping list...as long as you keep it up-to-date!

Light shades of Adirondack dye ink by Ranger
Bright shades of Adirondack dye ink by Ranger
Earthtone shades of Adirondack dye ink by Ranger
fade-resistant dye inks by Ranger
alcohol-based markers by Copic
dye inks by Ranger
sparkly pens by Sakura add a mess-free glittery touch to any project
by Ranger - larger glitter than Stickles
large & juicy brush markers are best used to ink up your stamp,
interference pigment inks show up best on dark colored papers
glitter pens by Copic add a mess-free glittery touch to any project - keep these stored horizontally
these paints contains mica pigment for a pearly sheen, great on both dark or light cardstock - by US ArtQuest
permanent markers for Peel Off Stickers by SugarLoaf
dual brush waterbased markers by Tombow
quick-drying pigment ink by Tsukineko - for uncoated papers, the DARKEST black!
dries to a chalk-like finish, these are great on vellum - by Tsukineko