Welcome to Week #13 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about Workspace Wonder Stamp Pad Stacks, so be sure to check it out.
This week I want to talk about how I store my TriBlend Markers. Are you ready?
Week 13: Marker Storage Trays
Being a Close To My Heart Consultant Maker has it perks! Partially because Consultants can earn extra rewards from a program called Rewards Your Way. It allows me to purchase a selection of items, not available in the catalogs, for up to 50% off. I can even purchase special items, such as the one I want to talk to you about today: Marker Storage Trays for storing my Spectrum Noir TriBlend Markers from Close To My Heart.
Here’s what’s great about these trays:
- Each of the 6 trays will hold 12 pens for a total of 72 pens
- Build the trays up horizontally, vertically or angled
- Portable and lightweight. Made from 100 percent recycled plastic
- Will accommodate most pens and pen systems
This 6-tray set is also great for ensuring that my TriBlend alcohol markers receive even ink flow to both ends. Plus, I like that I can also have a place to store my Shimmer Brushes and such.
Did you notice that my Markers are all in disarray, though? I obviously don’t have OCD when it comes to my Marker Storage! Not only do I NOT keep them alphabetically, but I also don’t store them by shade. Heck, I don’t even put them away so that I can read them – lol. I’m just keepin’ it real my friend. Maybe eventually I’ll organize them better, but for now it is what it is. …But I digress…
Now, wouldn’t it be great to be able to tote the Markers to a Paper Crafting Event? Well, I also bought a Carrying Case so that I could do that. I’m sure after the first time that I travel with my Markers I may decide to just keep them in the portable storage, but we’ll see how it goes. After my first event I’ll let you know what happens and I’ll go a little more in depth about that case. Sound good? Good!
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