A supply box with art supplies Designed as a compartmentalized storage container, the ArtBin 1 tray supply box is perfect for storing all your arts and crafts supplies including paint brushes, markers, paints, stamps, glues, and more.
Design that is versatile Quick access to the in-house network The lid storage compartments can be used for smaller items, while the large open area at the bottom of the box allows you to store bulkier items such as paint bottles, large stamp pads, scissors, glues, and vinyl rolls.
The durability of the product Hard plastic is used for the construction of this ArtBin supply box, which is durable and durable against Liquids are prevented from spilling on the tip guard tray- Supplies for arts and crafts that are based on natural materials.
Closures that intelligently secure It's the 1 The Tray Art Supply Box features a latch that allows the contents to be secured. The bag also comes with a sturdy plastic handle for easy transport, as well as a wide-opening lid for quick access to
Here are the product details 7 x 7 x 6 inches is the size of the 1 Tray Art Supply Box. The size of this package is 9 x 13 x 6 inches. It is 5 inches tall. With its removable dividers, it has a single divider on top.
Questions & Answers
In the above description, 15 inches is stated as the width. In the upper left it says 8 but in the lower left it says A measurement must be given to me in its exact form. In which case is it ?
Though it is a little less than 5" long, the trays give a usable space of 14"
Can you tell me how deep the shelves that expand are?
The depth would probably be about an inch
How long does the brush have to be for it to fit?
A 13-inch flat screen can be fitted both in the top compartment and on the folding shelves that pull out. This brush measures 25 inches long. If you travel diagonally, it becomes a bit longer. Depending on its shape, a 15 inch brush or 14 inches straight could fit at the bottom. I think it's a nice You will not be disappointed, I assure you.
The paper should be 1/2 x 11 in size. The box is large enough to fit any paper. Could you store any papers in it?
My opinion is that it'd be too small. Rolling the paper up was not possible because the space is too small for the size of the paper. As for testing it with a piece of printer paper, I had to fold it over a little
Selected User Reviews For ArtBin 6891AG Art Supply Box, Portable Art & Craft Organizer with Lift-Up Tray,  Plastic Storage Case, Gray/Black
Storage and transport of oil paint are made possible by this product
Oil paints and oil painting accessories are stored and transported in this case. It is possible to customize the top tray into sub-trays There are removable dividers between the compartments. In the event that the lowest compartment is empty and falls over, the device may not be stable. However, it is not much of an issue if the handle is used to prop it up The trays of 37ml paint will fit into the lower compartments, while larger tubs of paint have to go in the lowest compartments. Unfortunately, certain accessories are too large to fit, like an average brush cleaner jar for example, so, at the end of the day, I need more storage for my oil paintings. There are some brushes that are too long for the upper tray as well. But overall, I find it very useful, and I have no trouble keeping my paints organized with it.
| Feb 12, 2021
It's a good immediate solution, but we'll have to wait and see whether it will last
To help organize my art supplies, I spent a lot of time searching online, ordering two options, and returning both of them. It should be easy to see a lot of items without having to dig through many, and I have it now. A number of compartments can be accessed, and dividers can be attached as well. I didn't get quite as much customization as I wanted, but it was Also included is a handy flip chart For easy access to drawing pencils (or paintbrushes), the top drawer is mounted on top. Almost all of my drawing supplies and most of my watercolor supplies fit inside this plastic unit, which looks like a fishing tackle box. There is no way to predict how durable the product will be There is a flimsy latch on the door. As soon as I have more information, I'll let you know. The beginning of the project is promising.
| Apr 16, 2021
This is a great piece of furniture with lots of room and is very This will be too small, I was worried
Unlike my last art bin, it's bigger than the one I had and I can fit the pencil case in it, so it's a win-win situation for me. There are dividers to be cut out and put in the slots, but it wasn't too much work "just five minutes with a good pair of For now, I tossed a multi tool and a lighter in the top, and I will keep adding stuff as I go. Most of my loose stuff is stored lol I actually like the divider option, since it allows you to choose more from the options and the open-and-store top is cool as well. Although the price is a bit high, I'm happy with my purchase. I had wanted to buy that one I had as a child, but it cost ten bucks more and I don't have a lot of money. There is no doubt that this is a fine.
| Feb 01, 2021
We have to do better than that
According to the description. Level bars (they hold each bin) are slightly wobbly, but for the most part, I don't have trouble getting my bins in the right place. On the inside of the upper compartment are boxes full of short squares that are not designed for You may want to have erasers, paper clips, and other small items on hand. If you only have drawing/painting tools (pens, pencils, brushes, hake brushes) there's room on the bottom for a pencil kit or two and a 12" ruler as well The product would have gotten 5 stars if it were built more robustly (it isn't flimsy, but just more flexible (side to side) than most tool boxes as well as a few other minor things. The crafter may find it useful if he or she needs a variety of supplies, but not the full set. If I were to keep it at home, I would definitely get a larger The amount of luggage I can carry back and forth with a purse, coffee, and large red portfolio (18 x 25) is about as much as I can handle.
| Jan 25, 2021
Facing the sky, I shake my fist
My sewing skills have deteriorated over the years, resulting in sewn (badly) small holes, torn seams, and the replacement of a few missing buttons. I have a small clear bin in which I keep all of my sewing supplies. My first child was born a few months later. There are two dogs as well. The thing is, who loves Beanie Babies more than creepy older women from the 90's? The dog I have. It is a regular occurrence for me to have to fix stuffed animals damaged by my dogs, who harm them gleefully if they are left alone for So it was time to get organized with my little clear plastic bin which was overflowing with all the new sewing/surgery supplies that I was buying. In my clear plastic bin, I threw out two decades of spare garment buttons that I threw into a sandwich bag this case finally allowed me to sort through them. The reviews on this case were solid, it had all the little separated sections. In the case that this arrived in, I organized all my sewing items that had been in the plastic bin. At first glance, the case seemed great. But when I opened it, the lid snapped out of the hinges. It was a bit I noticed that the lid was regularly snapping out of the hinges within a month if I did not open it Over the last two weeks, the lid has often come unhinged when I was looking inside the case when it was open. If you have extended the top trays, you run into a very big problem since the lid is supposed to provide stability for them. I found out tonight that the lid came unhinged during the trays' extension, and it caused the whole thing to topple over, tossing all my 20 years of buttons The clear plastic bin I was going to toss should still have been kept.
| May 24, 2021
I find this disappointing
There was a great deal of disappointment with this purchase. I've searched for years for a sewing supply box that would hold my sewing supplies in an organized fashion. It took me over an hour to organize this box, and when I tried to close it, the lid wouldn't I've tried a number of different storage options, but none of them have been successful. It turns out that the top part is so shallow that it won't even hold thread on its side. All of the pieces had to be removed in order for it to shut. There aren't a lot of threads in my collection, I have about twenty threads, aside from normal sewing stuff you collect through Just about half of the three tiers of the box was filled, not even the whole thing. Normally I wouldn't be so upset, but that was such an unreliable purchase that I couldn't help but be annoyed.
| Jan 11, 2021
While you can fully open the art bin in order to access all the great storage, it isn't very durable and tips over easily
The only thing that concerns me is the fact that when the art bin is fully opened to access all that wonderful storage space, it is not very sturdy and is prone to flipping over. Though it contains a lot of storage, I like what it offers.
| Feb 19, 2021
It is easy to store and portable
It is easy to store and portable. There are 3 trays with compartments at the top of the bag, 3 large trays on the bottom, and a large open bottom. I have not encountered any tipping issues when the top is opened completely, as there are little feet on the bottom of the lid that settle into the supports. Several dividers were included so you could make sections according to your needs. The pencil and paintbrush sections would be more useful if there were more of them. A customized conversation may be more feasible if there are more options. A very good box for organizing art supplies I am very happy with the overall construction and usability.
| May 07, 2021