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David Tolin
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I thought I had it on my subscriptions, but I can't find it now. There was someone in these forums that offered a storage solution that fit in the Hobby Lobby artist case. The product consisted of plastic dividers (I think) that were on a neat little rail system, keeping cards from tipping over. All dividers were pre-printed in full color (again, I think).

Does anyone recall this product and where I can buy it?

Thanks!
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DavidT wrote:
I thought I had it on my subscriptions, but I can't find it now. There was someone in these forums that offered a storage solution that fit in the Hobby Lobby artist case. The product consisted of plastic dividers (I think) that were on a neat little rail system, keeping cards from tipping over. All dividers were pre-printed in full color (again, I think).

Does anyone recall this product and where I can buy it?

Thanks!


That sounds similar to something I posted a few years back. That may or may not be it. Here's links to the pictures: https://boardgamegeek.com/image/1327822/brobo

It's a treasure chest I got at Hobby Lobby. The rails are made of wood (don't remember what type, and I don't have the chest with me now). A false bottom was cut out, and drawers were installed to hold the components. A net was latter installed in the top to hold rulebooks.

It's large enough to hold all expansions through Hinterlands, but I'm completely out of space. Hopefully this is what you were looking for, and if it is I hope you can find it helpful! I can try to get more pictures if you would like any.
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brobo wrote:


That sounds similar to something I posted a few years back. That may or may not be it. Here's links to the pictures: https://boardgamegeek.com/image/1327822/brobo

It's a treasure chest I got at Hobby Lobby. The rails are made of wood (don't remember what type, and I don't have the chest with me now). A false bottom was cut out, and drawers were installed to hold the components. A net was latter installed in the top to hold rulebooks.

It's large enough to hold all expansions through Hinterlands, but I'm completely out of space. Hopefully this is what you were looking for, and if it is I hope you can find it helpful! I can try to get more pictures if you would like any.


That looks awesome! Not what I was looking for, but awesome. The thing I'm trying to track down was sold on BGG through the marketplace and did not require any modification of the artist box itself. It was just a rail-and-divider system (with pre-printed tabs for each card type). Thanks for trying, though!
 
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So, a while back (long time ago) an individual had a kickstarter for a Dominion Storage solution, which could be fit into Hobby Lobby artist Case, see here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1423575262/dominion-sto...

This was a very limited time only due to licensing. However, it appears there is a need/demand for storage such as this and Broken Token now makes storage solutions: http://www.thebrokentoken.com/dominion-1/

However, if that doesn't fit the bucket, here is a make-shift solution I have for you:
- Purchase Trading Card Dividers: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PHZGJC/ref=oh_aui_deta...
- Purchase Avery Shipping Labels: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000093L1J/ref=oh_aui_deta...
- Download Tasjara's Dominion Base Dividers. Link Here: https://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/64449/tasajaras-dominion-...

Basically, you would print Tasjara's Dominion Base Dividers onto the Shipping Labels. Then you would cut the shipping label and stick it to the Trading Card Dividers. I personally went 1 extra step and cut the Trading Card Dividers to match the width of the sticker. It's tedious work, but it pays off in the long run and makes it look amazing! If you choose to go this route, I would set aside about 1-2 hours per Dominion Box. It took me about 4-5 hours to print labels, cut stickers, paste stickers, and cut the dividers to a desired length for 4 expansions.

Here is what I made (not sure if you can see a personally gallery, I'm learning how to use BoardGameGeek):
- https://boardgamegeek.com/image/3629819/acorns2009
- https://boardgamegeek.com/image/3629811/acorns2009
- https://boardgamegeek.com/image/3629802/acorns2009

(P.S: You would have to make a Foam Core Insert too).
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I did this project as well. Super easy. Artist boxes from Hobby Lobby, took all the pieces out, purchased basswood slats from Hobby Lobby and cut and glued them in to the make the rows and outer borders (to keep the box lid from scraping the card sleeves when it opens and shuts). Then I bought BCW dividers and used a label maker to label them. Piece of cake and it's now so much easier to transport the game instead of carrying 12 boxes as well as getting the cards for each game. Using 2 boxes, I have plenty of room for future expansions. Overall cost was about $70 after taxes, but worth it.
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DavidT wrote:
I thought I had it on my subscriptions, but I can't find it now. There was someone in these forums that offered a storage solution that fit in the Hobby Lobby artist case. The product consisted of plastic dividers (I think) that were on a neat little rail system, keeping cards from tipping over. All dividers were pre-printed in full color (again, I think).

Does anyone recall this product and where I can buy it?

Thanks!


This sounds to me like the system from Ken Chaney.

https://boardgamegeek.com/geekmarket/product/647707

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ab999 wrote:
DavidT wrote:
I thought I had it on my subscriptions, but I can't find it now. There was someone in these forums that offered a storage solution that fit in the Hobby Lobby artist case. The product consisted of plastic dividers (I think) that were on a neat little rail system, keeping cards from tipping over. All dividers were pre-printed in full color (again, I think).

Does anyone recall this product and where I can buy it?

Thanks!


This sounds to me like the system from Ken Chaney.

https://boardgamegeek.com/geekmarket/product/647707



That's it!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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