How many markers will Debra hold?

Organize Pens, Pencils, Markers

The Debra Buddy Bag is designed to be a friend to your markers, both single and double-tipped.

She can accommodate all types of markers, up to 7.25" long.

So just how many can she hold?

Organize your craft markers

Double Tipped Markers
Tim Holtz Distress - 30
Copic - 25
Stampin' Up - 30
Spectrum Noir - 15
Zig - 30
Artist Loft - 35

Single Tipped Markers
Tim Holtz Distress Crayon - 24
Staedtler triplus fineliner - 40
Gel Pens - 42

Thanks for popping by to see how many markers Debra can hold.  If you use a type of marker that isn't listed here, Debra is 7.5" tall x 2.5"deep x 4" wide - use these measurements and measurements of your pens to come up with a good estimate.

If you need help figuring out how many of your markers she'll hold, just email me the brand and dimensions of the markers and I'll do my best to figure it out for you.  You can also just leave your marker info or other questions in the comment box below.

Thanks for stopping by!

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