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Old 01-21-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default New marker storage!

I'm very excited - I finally found something that looks great and has plenty of space to store my markers. I got this from a site called Studio 3 solutions. Very reasonable price and it goes really well with my storage cubes.

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Old 01-21-2011, 06:42 PM   #2
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Oh you read my mind! Thank you, I have been trying to figure out a good way to store markers.
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Old 01-21-2011, 08:01 PM   #3
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This is just what I'm looking for too but I hate it when you have to give all your information before you find out what the shipping cost is. I leave the site at that point.
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Old 01-21-2011, 09:29 PM   #4
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I purchased 6 of those storage cubbies over the past couple of years and have never regretted it. I have not found anything better to hold my copics and all my Stampin Up markers. Just so convenient and they don't take up a whole lot of space. The shipping wasn't bad. One time I bought 2 and it cost $11 to ship.
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Old 01-22-2011, 04:54 PM   #5
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I can see making this out of foam core board. Or just buy a few.
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I have 4 of these. I have Copics, Tombows and Prisma pencils in them. I love them. The fit beautifully on my desk and make it convenient to get to the coloring tool I want.
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I can see making this out of foam core board. Or just buy a few.
I made one out of foam core yesterday! It wasn't too hard, $3 and 1.5 hours of work...I need to trim it up and make it look prettier, but it's pretty sturdy, and will definitely do the job!! (I'm too cheap to spend a ton of money on storage, I'd rather spend it on STAMPS, lol)

I tried to take pics along the way, if I ever type it all up, I'll post a link to how I made mine
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These are wonderful! I have 4 of them I bought to house my Copic markers.
I could not believe how heavy they were because of the shipping costs ... but they are justified in their costs.
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I made one out of foam core yesterday! It wasn't too hard, $3 and 1.5 hours of work...I need to trim it up and make it look prettier, but it's pretty sturdy, and will definitely do the job!! (I'm too cheap to spend a ton of money on storage, I'd rather spend it on STAMPS, lol)

I tried to take pics along the way, if I ever type it all up, I'll post a link to how I made mine
i'd like to see that!!
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Yes, someone else here made these out of foam core at the same time I posted about these. They included instructions too. I can't find it but when/if I do, I will be back with a link.

Mine two Copic Cubbies are stacked on top of each other! I LOVE them that way. They fit beautifully inbetween my pieces of furniture. You can see them here.
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Yes, someone else here made these out of foam core at the same time I posted about these. They included instructions too. I can't find it but when/if I do, I will be back with a link.

Mine two Copic Cubbies are stacked on top of each other! I LOVE them that way. They fit beautifully inbetween my pieces of furniture. You can see them here.
I must say, if I had a larger craft budget I would TOTALLY use the system you have, I LOVE it!! So neat and well put together...maybe some day

I did recall someone making one out of foamcore before, which is why I thought to do it, but when I tried to look for it, I couldn't find it.

I'll try to get pics and instructions together soon -- maybe even tonight...
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