Collection of Paper Boardgame Inserts
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Looking for better storage solutions goes back sometime looking at the first game I decided to make some boxes for. I do not recall when exactly that was but must have been around 1985 looking at the game I did this for (two simple boxes for Go).

Although I've always played boardgames with friends it was a limited set of games that always came to the table. It is only lately that the variation in games on the table has taken a flight, and with that I got into several games that gave me the opportunity to look for a storage solution I liked better.

I do like to make them of paper and carton, but that is not a given. If I can find a good existing Plano solution I will use that or find a combination of Planos, paper, plastic, etc whichever works best.

Usefull Resources:
The BBG site has been very helpful, and has proven to be a valuable source for good ideas, improvement of end product, and looking on "storage solution" typically provides you with a huge amount of good ideas that you can either implement yourself of piggy back on as a base to optimize to your own likings.

Materials used:
Materials used are: 1 mm carton for the boxes, 250 gram paper for the inlays, and 120 gram colored paper in various colors to cover the boxes with. Standard hobby glue is used, a very sharp cutting knife, scissors, lineal, 0.5 mm pencil, noteblock for writing down sizes and a cutting board. With the glue I use a piece of carton to evenly distribute it so you have glue everywhere instead of glue lines (which show).

Lessons learnt:
Especially at the start there was a lot trial and error. I remember that from the boxes for Go, but also with the newer games I often still have some trial and error and sometimes a box that is just a few millimeters to high, wide or long, so I start over again.
Reading up on others solutions, looking at layouts, trying out, measuring etc is half the fun and probably about half the time I spent on a storage solution for a game, the other half and fun is then spent on making the solution.

This geeklist:
Below is a list of the (mainly paper) solutions I've created so far starting with Go as that started it for me.

My primary reasons for creating inserts are combining multiple boxes (base plus expansions) into as few boxes and preferably just one if possible, and to get games without inlays organized better.
Where possible I try to distinct between boxes needed for setup only and those that you need to have on the table during the game.

Other links:
The BBG site has many very good contributions, ideas, files, geeklists, you name it, just look for "storage solution" as a starter. Some good examples:
28green's collection of foam board inserts. Nice overview of various solutions, and layouts, with links to other peoples solutions as well.

Carthaginian's Dominion Travel Box and separator cards If you're new to making boxes then this is a good help to limit the amount of trial and errors determining good box sizes.

The Broken Token wooden inlays at http://www.thebrokentoken.com/game-organizers/ They have a nice collection of wooden inlays for a number of games.


Whats next:

Probably the next on the list to spend some time on are:
Netrunner
Small world (if anyone has a spare inlay for the tiles from the main box or the underground box that is not being used anymore I'd be grateful to take it from you)
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1. Board Game: Go [Average Rating:7.66 Overall Rank:121]
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This is the first game that I recall making boxes for to hold the go pieces. Must have been around 1985.



Materials used:
This one was made out of one type of paper only, folded together, then glued to make a box and a lid.

Lessons learnt:
Start with the lid first, make sure that fits into the main box, and then make the inner box.
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2. Board Game: Catan [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:279] [Average Rating:7.23 Unranked]
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This is the second game I made another inlay for.


The base box contains (Dutch version boxes 1995 version):
base set + 5-6 players
knights set + 5-6 players
seafarers set + 5-6 players
a new boarder I got in 2013

Materials used:
I used the boxes from the expansions to create the inlays from.
Then covered these boxes with plastic with preapplied glue on one side.
The player pieces are held in six plastic boxes that come filled with pins (these are reused thumbtack boxes).
Some of the expansion pieces that do not get played often I keep in plastic bags in the bigger box.

Lessons learnt:
I used the boxes from the expansions to built the inlay. That means I do not have those boxes anymore. I stopped doing that and whenever I combine expansions into base boxes I do keep the original expansion box in a storage box in the attic.
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3. Board Game: Dominion [Average Rating:7.67 Overall Rank:72] [Average Rating:7.67 Unranked]
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Time passed and then I got into Dominion.

This is what the solution turned out to be, brought it back from nine to two boxes.



I described this "project" in some detail here.
Dominion Storage Solution including all expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for separators and for the inlay of the coin box, red and green paper normally used to cover books to cover the box and lid.

Lessons learnt
Patience, patience, patience.
It is ok if you make some boxes that are just 1 mm off and don't fit, accept that and start over.
Wiggle space, good link here: http://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/36272/carthaginians-domini...
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4. Board Game: Saboteur [Average Rating:6.62 Overall Rank:852] [Average Rating:6.62 Unranked]
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Saboteur was the next one. Opposed to the other games this was a short folding exercise. Just added a piece of 250 gram paper to both boxes to create separate sections so the cards would not move through the box.



Materials used:
250gram paper for inlay
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5. Board Game: Rivals for Catan [Average Rating:7.05 Overall Rank:635]
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First solution (unsleeved cards).
Next one up was Rivals for catan, came in three boxes. The original inlay is strange as it has two slots for square cards and three slots for rectangular cards (which this version of the game doesn't come with). Apart from that it doesn't have enough room for the expansions.
So removed the original nice but strange inlay and combined the three into the base box with a simple inlay. The inlay is a bit lower then the height of the box so the manuals can go on top and the lid closes as normal.



Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for inlay.

Lessons learnt
To stop trying to make inlays out of one single piece of paper and use two pieces of paper and then glue those together.

Updated/Edit: June 1st 2014 (sleeved cards so had to change solution)
After I sleeved the cards the cards didn't fit anymore in above solution. So tried some alternatives which ended up in this:


How I got to this is described in a bit more detail here:
Rivals for Catan Storage Solution - Including expansions

Lessons learnt (for the sleeved card solutions)
I really don't like the lid to stick out to much, i.e. prefer the lid to stick out as little as possible.
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6. Board Game: Keyflower [Average Rating:7.89 Overall Rank:42]
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The next one was Keyflower. Especially due to the houses I had to find a better way to store everything or the houses in assembled state would not live to see the end of the year.

This is what that turned out to be:


I included a bit more detail in this thread:
Keyflower Storage Solution - Including expansion and promos

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for inlay, 120 gram colored paper to cover the box and lid.

Lessons learnt:
Initially I made all the boxes in white, but missed the colors. So then put color paper on some of them but unfortunately the lids didn't fit smoothly anymore so remade two of the three boxes.
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7. Board Game: Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:176]
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With the two expansions it started becoming a mess in the box so decided to see if I could find a better solution.

This is what this one turned out to be.



I describe this in a bit more detail here.
Agricola 2P - Storage Solution - Including Expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for inlay, 120 gram colored paper to cover the box and lid.

Lessons learnt
You need a bit of luck that the dimensions of the board game actually allow for this layout. The boards should not have been even 1 mm wider, or this would not have fit this way.
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8. Board Game: Caverna: The Cave Farmers [Average Rating:8.13 Overall Rank:14]
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Then Caverna came to the table. So many pieces.

This is what the solution turned out to be:


I included more details in this thread:
Caverna - Storage Solution

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for inlay, 120 gram colored paper to cover the box and lid.

Lessons learnt:
If you use to much glue (the big box), spread it out, and then take to long putting the color paper on the box you may end up with the color paper showing bubbles. It turned out fine in the end once the glue started to dry, but this did give me a scare thinking I had to start over again.
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9. Board Game: Summoner Wars: Master Set [Average Rating:7.58 Overall Rank:141] [Average Rating:7.58 Unranked]
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Turned out to be Summoner Wars (2011) with expansions and promos next.

This is what the solution turned out to be:


I describe this in a bit more detail here.
Summoner Wars - Storage solution including expansions and promos

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick for box and box elevation (3 layers), 80 gram grey paper to cover the boxes and lids.

Lessons learnt:
Waited to long between taking measurements and using those. Had noted down "corrected" measurements, but when I started had forgotten that so applied the correction again and the boxes were almost 0.5 cm to small in length.
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10. Board Game: 7 Wonders [Average Rating:7.81 Overall Rank:41]
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Had a go at 7 Wonders (2010) with expansions and promos.

This is what the solution turned out to be:


It is described in a bit more detail here.
7 Wonders - Storage Solution - Including Expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick for boxes, 130 gram black paper to cover the boxes, 250 gram white paper for the inlay.

Lessons learnt:
130 gram paper works better for covering the boxes then 80 gram paper, less bubbling.
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11. Board Game: Carcassonne [Average Rating:7.43 Overall Rank:139] [Average Rating:7.43 Unranked]
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With 1 base, 6 big expansions and 14 small expansions it was time to see if it could all fit in the base box.

This is what this one turned out to be. The lid is elevated by about 17mm.


I describe this in a bit more detail here.
Carcassonne - Storage solution

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for inlay, 120 gram colored paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt
Don't make the boxes to shallow. First attempt the top layer boxes were 17 mm high so the lid would not be elevated. But that made the boxes to shallow, so remade the top layer at a height of 30mm and as a result the lid is elevated about 17mm.
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12. Board Game: King of Tokyo [Average Rating:7.27 Overall Rank:226]
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The original box doesn't fit anything but the base, so to fit the two expansions Halloween and Power Up as well this is what it turned out to be:



I describe this in a bit more detail here.
King of Tokyo - Storage Solution - Including two expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 160gr brown red paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt:
Not much this time around.
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13. Board Game: Dixit [Average Rating:7.32 Overall Rank:193] [Average Rating:7.32 Unranked]
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To get Dixit plus the 4 expansions into one box, all sleeved, it turned out to be this:


There probably is just enough room for one more expansion pack.

All boxes are the same size, I just take out one and use the cards in that box till they run out and then switch for any of the others.

I describe this in a little bit more detail here.
Dixit - Storage solution including five expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 160gr black paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt
Went smoothly this one.
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14. Board Game: Dominion [Average Rating:7.67 Overall Rank:72] [Average Rating:7.67 Unranked]
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Well, decided to sleeve all Dominion cards so redid the original solution. See above for the solution for non sleeved cards. Kept that one in tact as its own solution.

This is what the solution turned out to be for sleeved cards. Now needs 12 card boxes instead of 8, and these go in 3 Dominion boxes instead of 2. Used FFG purple sleeves.



Update/Edit 2015 June 20th: new dividers (completely redesigned and laminated).
Replaced dividers as above with completely revamped ones (Salzman dividers which I translated to Dutch).
After buying a lamination machine I completely redesign these dividers. Started from scratch, single sided now, optimised size for my boxes, all icons changed: coins and bottle icon added, most set icons now from Pawel Pawlak, all colours vamped/updated, resolution upped, text upped, setup instructions added, rules removed (always use these from the manual).
This is the result:


I describe this in some more detail here.
Dominion Storage Solution including all expansions - V2 for sleeved cards

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 250gram paper for separators and for the inlay of the coin box, 160gr paper for covering the card boxes.

Lessons learnt
Decide if you want to sleeve first, then make boxes, otherwise it is very likely you will have to make them again.
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15. Board Game: King of New York [Average Rating:7.10 Overall Rank:423]
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The original inlay doesn't work out after having sleeved the cards so removed the inlay and this is what it turned out to be (very similar to the one for King of Tokyo):



I describe this in a bit more detail here.
King of New York - Storage Solution

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 160gr black paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt:
Learn from previous projects (reused the King of Tokyo lay out).
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16. Board Game: Race for the Galaxy [Average Rating:7.77 Overall Rank:48]
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Finished Race for the Galaxy. This one fits the base plus all the expansions up to and including Alien Artifacts.



How I got to this is described in a bit more detail here:
Race for the Galaxy Storage Solution including all expansions

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 160gr dark blue paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt
Fiddling around with the angle of the cards. There was enough room to position the cards at an angle, still fit everything and close the lid without elevation.
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17. Board Game: The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game [Average Rating:7.63 Overall Rank:105]
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Finished LotR LCG. This project was huge, boy, so many expansion boxes and packs, wow. Fit all of it into 16 smaller boxes spread across four boxes (base box size). It is fully modular as any box can be switched. As a result you can keep your active game in just one box and don't have to open any of the others until you want to switch to another scenario.
I'm almost complete, almost, still missing 4 APs from the Against the Shadow Cycle, ordered these in December but we're now in June and they are still stuck somewhere on a boat apparently. Anyway, yeah, this is it:



How I got to this is described in a bit more detail here:
LotR LCG Storage Solution - Modular - Using the original box(es)

Materials used:
Cardboard 1mm thick, 160gr blood red, sand colour, wine red colour paper to cover the boxes.

Lessons learnt
In order to use existing dividers built the boxes around the dividers otherwise you have to make your own, which I ended up doing. Positive side is that it was a good learning experience fiddling around with gimp, alternative fonts, highlights, contrasts, colours, monitor settings, printer settings etc etc, but boy it took some time and multiple cycles. Overall though worth all the effort, and very happy with the results.
Also I do appreciate the effort others put into these dividers much more, I know now how much effort is involved when working with image editors and especially when this involves large volumes.
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18. Board Game: BattleLore (Second Edition) [Average Rating:7.88 Overall Rank:130]
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The next one was Battlelore 2nd Edition including Hernfar Guardians and Warband of Scorn. It may fit one or two reinforcement packs but that is probably about it. This is what that turned out to be:



I included a bit more detail in this thread:
Battlelore Second Edition - Storage Solution

Materials used:
Original inlay, cut of the two sides, inverted them, removed the flaps, and taped them with paper tape. Lineal, sharp knife, and paper tape.

Lessons learnt:
Reusing original inlays is great and fast. Took less then ten minutes.
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19. Board Game: Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition) [Average Rating:7.76 Overall Rank:76]
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The same week as I worked on the solution for Battlelore 2nd Edition I also the same for Descent Second Edition. The base box fits the first two Game Night Kits, all base box Lieutenants and the extra set of dice. I could not fit the Heirs of blood anymore so keep that outside the box. This is what that turned out to be:



I included a bit more detail in this thread:
Descent Second Edition - Storage Solution

Materials used:
Original inlay, cut of the two sides, inverted them, removed the flaps, and taped them with paper tape. Also made two boxes that fit exactly in the middle row. Lineal, sharp knife, and paper tape.

Lessons learnt:
Reusing original inlays is great and fast and allows me to preserve the illustration. Original inly took less then ten minutes, boxes took about an hour more.
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20. Board Game: Blue Moon Legends [Average Rating:7.38 Unranked] [Average Rating:7.38 Unranked]
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Then did the same for Blue Moon Legends, that same week in summer, as I did for Battlelore 2Ed and Descent 2ED. This is what that turned out to be:



I included a bit more detail in this thread:
Blue Moon Legends - Storage Solution

Materials used:
Original inlay, cut of the two sides, inverted them, removed the flaps, and taped them with paper tape. Lineal, sharp knife, and paper tape.

Lessons learnt:
Not much different from above two, this was the easier one as this new edition comes with all expansions included.
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