So I've been watching a lot of Adam Savage's One Day Builds, feeling the week long cabin fever setting in. So I decided to treat myself to a gamer box. My stepdaughter donated the box. It was one of these.
This is what I wanted it to hold:
Full set of Jumbo Koplow Dice
Dice rolling tray
Clay poker chip bennies
Generic villain tokens of medium, large, and huge sized.
Savage Worlds and D&D GM screens
A blank Paizo Flipmat
Pencils and wet erase pens
2 decks of playing cards
Water spray bottle
So firstly, the box was well used and beat up, and all the dividers for the top tray were missing. So after I disassembled the box, I sanded it down to strip the previous stain and get rid of the dings. Then I chopped the bottom tray's dividers down to 1 1/2 inches high. I also cut and glued in some more dividers. I did the same with the top tray. The top tray should hold cards, bennies, dice, and the big section is the dice tray. So I can pull out just the top tray to use for most games. I made sure there was a long section in the bottom tray that would hold some pluck foam and have spaces for five of my character minis.
Next I added so,e rails into the lid as spacers, cut a board with a thumb hole to fit in the lid, and I will put magnets into the rails and board to create a pocket in the lid for the GMs screens (once Ace opens so I can get the right sized drill bit). Then I stained the wood with Kona, and lined it with green felt.
The white ribbon in the left tray is to help get the poker chips out.
And finally, I created a stencil with my Cricut Maker and painted my name in gold letters.
Stay safe out there!