How to make your own “custom” deck boxes!
First of all, it’s all about presentation. The Hello Kitty deck box wouldn’t have been possible without the sleeves, playmat, and additional accessories. So if you’re planning to give this as a present, be sure to complete the “ensemble” and go all in.
For my second deck box, I wanted something a bit special for my Legacy Miracles deck. So here are the materials needed for a simple deck box (which is extremely cheap):
So, nothing too special is it? Like I said, it’s part of how you present it. It’s rather dull without additional things. The Vinyl decals can be found online on the cheap or if you know a friend at the mall that runs a little booth. This is where you decide on the the theme. What you pick as the decal will affect the color choice on the Dragon Shield Gaming Box.
In this example today, A gold Zelda Triforce logo, you would buy a Black Dragon Shield Gaming Box. The tricky part is applying the logo. Here’s how to do it:
I know this might not be so mind blowing, but with the proper accessories, it adds up. Take example the Hello Kitty play mat. It’s not your traditional playmat, but it’s actually an activity pad for children I picked up at Anna’s Linens - Bedding, Bath, Dining, etc for only $1.99 USD.
I hope this will inspire you guys to be creative when making gifts for your loved ones. Whether it’s for your anniversary or for someone special.