Copie, SN and Sharpies are all alcohol markers, I'm not sure about all of the differences are between the brands. SN has a chisel and fine point, Copic has a brush and fine point and Sharpie has different pens with bullet or fine tips.
I've been using these markers on Yupo paper. They pool a bit and if you use lighter colors over darker, the lighter color "pushes" the darker one away. It's a cool effect. I love those little watercolor-like edges around the pools (of course).
I decided to make Project Life format cards for my journal. I trimmed the cards to 3"x5" (or so) and rounded the corners. With the big chisel end of the marker, it's easy to print words that are meaningful to you. If you want to stamp, use pigment ink.
This was a fun project. You could also use glossy photo paper. It doesn't work as well as the Yupo but well enough. Try Sharpie markers too. Let me know how they work!
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