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Zebra Mildliner 10 color / Double-Sided Highlighter Marker / WKT7-10C

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My Must-Have Bullet Journal Supplies | Heraldeecreates

This is your ultimate guide to find the best bullet journal supplies that you'll surely love. Get the best products for beginners and bullet journal newbies

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Pastel Doodle Markers

These pastel markers are conveniently double-headed so you can beautifully mark up your pages in a variety of styles! Perfect for doodling, writing, and highlighting!

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Copic Sketch Marker - Gray

Color your big saltwater flies what ever color combo you want.  Or just use to to add some accents to your fly.

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Copic Marker Storage

I have something I just couldn't wait to share! Don't you just love it when you fix a problem that has been bothering you for a while, and not only did it work for you, but it wasn't expensive, and was really simple to do? Well here is one of those problems, solved! I recently completed my collection of Copic Sketch markers (YAY!!) and faced the daunting task of storing them all (BOO!!). I had bought the Copic Carrying Case thinking it would be a great solution because it is compact and portable, but when I got it I realized the six little mesh bags for holding the markers that were included with the bag were far from perfect for me. They tipped over if they weren't full, they made organizing by color family impossible, and they didn't allow me to have my markers organized numerically, either. I really needed something different. First I tried the plastic lighting grate used in plastic boxes that I saw on Pinterest as a solution, but it didn't work with the Carrying Case because 1) it is rectangular but the case has rounded corners and 2) if I cut the grid so it could fit in the box it wouldn't hold all the markers. Next I tried putting in some large plastic tubs to hold the markers but that didn't work out either. Because they were tapered to be smaller at the bottom they didn't hold as many markers as I thought they would, and I still couldn't organize the markers by numbers. Then I thought about what made the plastic light grating be such a good solution, and I realized it was all about the grid. (Now I have a song stuck in my head...It's all about da grid, about da grid. No worries. Lol.) How could I get a grid that would be a perfect fit for the case while still holding enough markers? Thinking about grids brought netting to mind. If only I could find a mesh with just the right sized gaps, I thought it might just work. But then I couldn't find any nets with the grid size I needed. And then came the AHA moment! I suddenly remembered that I know how to crochet, and that I knew a few different patterns that would make lovely meshes. Ta duh da dah... within an hour or so I had crocheted the PERFECT (for me, anyway) solution! I used a very simple square mesh stitch to create the perfect "netting" for my markers. And better yet, I sized it so I could velcro it into the carrier so if I ever need to remove it I can! For those of you who crochet, click Materials: black cotton 2-ply yarn, about 1/2 skein, Size j hook (Sorry, but I forgot to measure for the gauge, but this grid is fairly stretchy unless you crochet really tightly.You may need to adjust somewhat depending on your crochet.) Chain 39. Turn. Row 1: DC in 5th chain from hook. { Chain 1. DC in second chain from hook (repeat across row, ending with DC in first chain)} Chain 3. Turn. Row 2: DC in top of first DC of Row 1. {Chain 1. DC in next DC. (repeat across row, ending in DC in second chain of the 3 turning chains)} Chain 3. Turn. Row 3- Row 25 Repeat Row 2. Row 26 Repeat Row 2 until the chain 3. Instead, tie off and weave yarn tails. here for my pattern. Once I had my grid piece ( 17 or 18 posts across and 26 rows long) I simply wove a piece of Velcro One-Wrap™ through the first row, up the first column, across last row, and down the last column, with the hook side to the outside. I then affixed it to the inside of the carrying case, which is lined with a perfect fabric for the Velcro to grab! When I started putting my markers in (in VIBGYOR and numerical orders, of course...I am a bit OCD that way) I found that the rows of markers were not staying straight, making it hard to see the organization. SO... I cut 23 pieces of very heavy black card-stock (poster board would have worked well, too) to 8.75"x 2.75" and "laminated" it with clear Contact paper. I inserted the card-stock between the rows. PERFECTION! I have room on top to carry a refiller for my clear marker, a small spritzer filled with blending solution, my ring of textured fabrics, etc. for adding texture to my colored pieces, a set of Spica glitter pens, and a set of .3mm Multiliners. Not only do they store perfectly, but it is all super portable so I can take them to stamping get-togethers. I can't tell you how tickled I am with my solution! So, how do you store YOUR Copics? Please share!

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Tombow Brush Pens for Creating Aesthetic Bullet Journal Spreads

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Sharpie Markers - Gold / Fine

Sharpie Original Permanent Markers Create a lasting impression Complete clerical or home organization tasks with the tried-and-true Sharpie Original Permanent Marker—the industry standard in bold, permanent markers. The quick-drying, waterproof ink comes in a diverse variety of vibrant colors to add a touch of creativity and style to your projects, and the durable fine, ultra-fine or extra-fine tip produces sharp, legible letters, numbers and doodles. Bold to the max and permanent to the core, Sharpie® Permanent Markers inspire you to transform ordinary surfaces into passionately creative statements. Proudly permanent ink marks on paper, plastic, metal, and most other surfaces Intensely brilliant colors create eye-popping, vibrant impressions Remarkably resilient ink dries quickly and resists both fading and water; AP certified Endlessly versatile fine point is perfect for countless uses in the classroom, office, home, and beyond Uncap the Creativity When it comes to self-expression, nothing beats a Sharpie. Introduced in 1964, the world’s first pen-style permanent marker made its indelible mark on the world. Suddenly, paper wasn’t the only surface with a voice: Glass, wood, stone, plastic and metal all became a canvas. And that was just the beginning. Today, each new color and style sparks ideas, inspires creativity and makes life more fun for humans everywhere. So what are you waiting for? Grab a Sharpie and uncap your imagination. Express yourself Grab your favorite Sharpie colors, tip sizes and styles, so you can decorate your stuff with the drawings, doodles and bold statements that inspire you! Bold and vibrant Make a lasting impression with ink that is waterproof, smear-proof and fade-resistant. Choose from a wide variety of vibrant colors that stand out no matter what you’re using as a canvas. The world is your canvas Write or draw on whatever surface you choose. Sharpie markers are permanent on most hard-to-mark surfaces, so you’re not restricted to the blank page. Get creative. For life on the go Don’t wait around for the ink to dry—go live your life! These permanent markers are known for their quick-drying properties, so you don’t have to worry about smudging or smearing.

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Crayola Ultra-Clean Washable Markers Color MAX: What's Inside the Box

Crayola came out with the Ultra-Clean Washable Markers ColorMax marker line in 2014. They come in Bold, Bright, Classic and Tropical colors.

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Getting Started with Copic Markers: A Beginner’s Guide

What are Copic markers and why are they so expensive? This Copic beginner's guide will teach you the basics of getting started with these popular alcohol markers. Learn the types of Copic markers available, how to decode the Copic Color System and how to choose the right paper for your coloring.

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