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Subject: Quick and Easy Chipboard inserts and trays rss

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Dave J
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So I just made some tray inserts for Zombicide this weekend to help with the set up. They were super easy and quick to make so I thought I'd share.

The hardest part is measuring the size you need. Imagin measuring out a # symbol on the chipboard. The middle will be the base of the tray. The top bottom, left and right, are the sides. Than you just score (partially cut through the bottom edges) the base and fold up the sides. You'd probably want to cut out the corners so the sides don't overlap. All you need to 4 streams of glue up the corners where they meet corners. I glued some of the spare pieces for dividers and used a rubber band to hold it together while drying.

This is way easier than cutting out all the sides separately and gluing a box together.

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