While I have taken and shared pictures of the madness that my journaling Brasstown holds, I’ve never laid it out in a post. Now I have.
Nock Co. Brasstown. It holds more than you think. That should be the tag line for this case, because it never fails to surprise people. It has six defined pen slots, but that doesn't define this case. I don’t always have all pen slots filled in this one because it stays at home and I can grab whatever pens I need. I really need it to fit what’s next.
Washi tape. All of it. Any size. Any color. Any brand. I used to use double-sided tape on the back of the images, but washi tape is more fun - even if it gets in the way a bit. Plus, it is removable and re-stickable if needed.
Nakabayashi Sakutto Cut Hikigiri Scissors. Another stationery item that Japan does better than anyone else. You pay a little more, but you get more features and a much sharper, longer lasting blade. At least in my experience.
Copic Multiliner SP. I’ll use any pens and pencils in my visual journal, but the one pen that lives in this setup is this one. They are crazy expensive (and keep going up it seems) related to the competition but the experience is worth it.