There are three pouches: one for pens and markers, one for paper, and one for everything else...
I bought two of the same type of papaya art pouches that Gina uses. They are GORGEOUS and made of a really nice oil-cloth material that is super sturdy. (I can't link you to papaya art right now - there site seems to be down)
Here's a peek of what's inside...
and here's a more detailed look at the contents of each pouch...
Manga Set of Pitt Pens,
Sharpie Poster Paint Pens in black and white
Uniball Signo in White
and my favorite journaling pen - the Pilot Permaball
The rest are just miscellaneous markers that I threw in there.
The next pouch is filled with papers...
Backgrounds (Bits of Scrapbook papers)
Text/Ledger (dictionary paper, vintage ledger, old forms, etc.)
Specialty (tissue paper, wallpaper, transparencies, napkins, etc), and
Images (magazine images, postcards, greeting cards, vintage photos, etc.)
I also have some rub-ons and mini alphas in this pouch.
The third and final pouch has all of the other stuff...
credit card (for spreading paint)
10 of my favorite neocolor II crayons
popsicle stick (for applying rub-ons)
a variety of decorative tape (washi, fabric, paper, gaffer)
an eraser and pencil sharpener
waxed paper (for layering under your page for protection)
an acrylic block and small acrylic alphabet set
tiny rubber alphabet stamp set
black stazon (permanent) ink
adhesive: scrapbook tape, tape runner, gluestick and wet glue
small containers - one of gesso and one of gel medium
Look how nicely they fit in my small overnight suitcase...
I also brought a rolled-up craft sheet (to protect the hotel room table) and 3 magazines. Two for images, and an extra old one for gluing on.
It worked GREAT and was really a nice way to relax in the evening!
Here's the page I created in the hotel room...
The layers include:
ledger paper bits
more acrylic paint
cat image, title (Late Night Thoughts), and the quote, which was cut from a greeting card.