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Old 04-23-2010, 04:11 PM   #41
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Does anyone know if it is better to store markers vertical or horizontal? If vertical would you store them with the tip up or down?
i always store my markers horizontally.
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Old 04-23-2010, 04:32 PM   #42
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I found the best storage solution for my copics in the color cubbies found at http://www.studio3solutions.com
They are really nice looking and they hold 120 copics, 24 on each shelf. The shelves are angled so you can read the colors and when you pull one out the others don't fall out. They take up little space because their footprint is only 5 1/2" deep by 4 5/16" wide and 14" high. The size of one of our cards. They are only 16.95 each. They ship promptly and it is a nice quality product. Check them out, I think you will like them. I love mine! I purchased two and then bought two more.
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I want to store my markers by color family, have it portable but acessible to my desk! Found a solution at Michaels! I've posted pictures on my blog!
http://www.mypapermountain.blogspot.com/
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