So. I ended up buying My Style Studio on a whim.
As it turns out, the whole thing has become a sort of meditation tool: it’s calming to spend a little time in a world where the most concerning thing to worry about is color combinations.
It all ended up being way, way neater than I expected, despite its unpresuming appearance.
Basically, it’s a platform with a white box attached—containing colored pencils, sharpener, eraser, and inking marker in Klutz’s usual “everything you need is right here!” wonderful way—and a book with folder pockets for clings, patterns, figure sheet, and tracing paper.
But it turns out to be much, much more than that, as Klutz usually does.