Mission: Organization - DIY Marker Storage - Since I quit my job this week, I had time to do a complete overhaul on my craft space and do another project I've had on my mind for a bit. I'll be posting photos of my space later, but I wanted to share my project first. This is a decided improvement over the cereal-box
I have tons of people to thank for this post - all of my Facebook followers who shared pics with me, my friend Sheila for letting me borrow the insert I share in the video, Copic for providing the new case so I could show it to you - and TJ&Things for providing an ink insert and
my husband made this out of 3" PVC. Total cost was less than $10.00. Will hold 240 markers. He used a flat cookie sheet and the pipe was 3 5/8 inch diameter x 10 feet cut into 5 3/4 " sections. Glued together with RTV (silicone adhesive). Then glued to the flat tray level with the bottom so that it would stand up.
Need help organizing your Copic markers or other markers? Here are some marker storage ideas to help you get your marker collection nicely organized and store today. Not all of these marker storage options will work for you. But hopefully at least one of them will help you. There are some desktop organizers, some clever marker trays, a variety of marker storage boxes, and more. #markerstorage #markerstorageideas #markersorganization #copicmarkers
If you’ve been following my blog and Instagram for awhile, you know that my favorite medium to work with is Copic Sketch markers! I’ve been collecting markers for years now and combined with my Prismacolor and Chartpak markers from my Parsons days, I have quite a few! I’ve been on a constant search for the …
Check out these 20 clever ways to organize your pencils, markers and other coloring supplies or craft room! Includes DIY craft storage ideas, storage units for pencils or markers, and other suggestions you can buy online. #organized #crafts #coloringbooks #pencils
1. To create this tutorial I used these CHEAP containers I grabbed from the $1 spot at Target, I had NO MORE Crystal Light Containers, LOL!! 2. I marked the bottles with a Sharpie where I wanted to cut them down to. 3. Using my Craft/Rubber Scissors I sliced down to the line. 4. Then I cut an additional triangle out to allow me to get my scissors in to cut around the top. (these steps are not necessary if using containers that already have open mouths.) 5. I cut the top off... 6. Here is…