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Magnificent marker storage! This marker storage unit by Kaisercraft is perfect for your pens, markers or Spectrum Noir pens. Customize the 2mm thick particle board and chipboard drawer with paper, mists, ink, and embellishments! Each package includes everything you need to assemble one marker storage unit. Assembled size is 12½”x13”x4¾”.

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Part number: 4005534

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Comment painted it white before assembling and then added some stamping ... very cool QQ
Submitted Sunday, May 25th @ 01:40 PM

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Comment I think the Marker Storage is great.I haven't had time yet to decorate it yet, but soon will.I would suggest to anyone who looking for a Marker Storage { or could even use it for your Paint Brushes}. To buy yourself one of these.
Submitted Tuesday, August 7th @ 11:54 PM

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Comment Perfect. Could use two!!! I am a colorist and have a fetish for pens. I own them all including the new flex markers. I never met a pen I didn't like. However, storage is a problem and this little holder helped a lot. I didn't even take time to decorate it. Instantly put to use. I dismissed the cardboard drawer and used the space for the Spectrum Noir as they are square.
Submitted Thursday, July 12th @ 08:05 AM

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Comment Although this was a little tricky to figure out at first, with the directions from online for ways to decorate it, I eventually figured it out. I made some modifications based on the materials I had on hand, but was happy with it when I was finished. The directions were a good jumping off point, and I was pleased to have a place to put all my markers together.
Submitted Friday, June 22nd @ 10:02 PM