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Old 12-29-2012, 07:48 AM   #36
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I use a rectangular basket and inserted a grid made out of foam core board. I can get just the size I need and as a bonus, it's quite economical. You can probably get a basket on sale or with a coupon for less than $10 and the foam core board is only a dollar or two.



This looks great and I just happen to have a rectangular basket. We just got some snow so this will be a good indoor project for today - thanks for sharing your solution!!

Currently I'm using the plastic storage units that Copic sells, but I don't like them because (1) my markers are stored vertically and I can't easily see the color names/numbers on the end caps and (2) I am too impatient to have to put each marker back into its own little slot and (3) I have to use three of the units to accomodate my markers and I really want all of my markers in one container.
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