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Subject: Replacing / cutting new boardgame boxes -- sources? rss

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Scott Neves
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I have a few board games (1980s-era Milton Bradley, Parker Brothers) whose boxes are practically destroyed. Where can I go to get some cardboard/stock sheet--and what thickness--to cut/score some replacements? An art supply store like Reuel's, print shop, where?

Thanks for any suggestions.
 
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Art supply stores would have some chipboard, particularly if they do framing. Personally, I'd go looking at some thrift stores to see if I could find same size boxes on old games that may be in better shape. It'd be cheaper and easier than making your own I would say.
 
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