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Old 10-15-2012, 04:12 PM   #41
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I use the Art Bin Double Deep Satchel

It already has some dividers in it and then I made some more dividers out of foam core to store my smaller color families and my refills. I have almost every copic and unless they release like 100 more, I have tons of room left to keep adding on. I like this because it is sturdy and it locks and it has a handle, so I can just pick it up and go.
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:46 PM   #42
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I keep wondering about the Art Bin - I have see it on YouTube. The biggest one I can find locally isn't deep enough to store them with the lid on, and if they do fit isn't it really heavy?

Right now I am using a Recollections storage unit. It is similar to the Jet Max style cubes they sell but only half as deep. Inside are 9 compartments. I will have to measure dimensions but each compartment fits 36 Spectrum Noir markers with almost enough room for another row. They are square so it is 6 rows of six markers. Copics would definitely fit another row vertically and possibly even more.

Like all of those products you have to assemble yourself and the interior shelves don't screw in but seem sturdy enough. Regular price $39.99 but they have 40% off sales all the time (like this week). I would have done the foam board but I feel like I would totally mess that up!
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My bin is pretty heavy, but I do have a lot of markers. But I like that they are all in one place and they a portable. I got mine at Joann's, I don't know if you have one near you but I found it in the storage section not in the scrapbook storage section, if that helps.
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I do have a Joann's in the next town over and I have good coupons so I may go check it out! The storage section is a good tip. Thanks!
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:58 AM   #45
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My husband made me this awesome box. We have two extras. We are selling them for the cost of making them plus shipping. $65 plus shipping to your location.

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That is a great looking box.
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:35 PM   #47
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I have 4 6 x 6 cubes with X dividers that store my markers on their side . I sort them by colors (red/pink, blue/green, etc). You can see them pretty easily and they are easy to remove...as long as you don't have a lot of stuff in front of them lol. If I can find a photo I will post it.
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I purchased 3-piece snapware sets from Target for my markers and I love them.

They stack and snap together - I have one set for Copics and one for Spectrum Noir markers. If I find another set, I'll use them for my Prismacolor pencils too!
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Never mind-it was Studio 3 solutions and they are out of business. But I found this while I was searching: Marker Organizer
I have their (organizemore) Stamp pad organizers; Love them.

Studio 3 Solutions is back. Found this post on facebook:
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Which lead me to this post by Beate Johns:
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I am so thrilled that these cubbies are available again. Everything I found just wasn't going to work for me. Hoping I can get these soon.
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Well that's exciting! I always feel bad when people ask me about the magpie units and I have to tell them they're nearly impossible to find (and they'll have to pry mine from my cold dead hands).
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I use the empty plastic containers from crystal light. Works very well for me.
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