Update 4/6/2014: The files now include folders for sleeved cards. Read more about it here.
I’m revisiting an old finished project this week – my adaptation of Drew’s Dominion Storage! If you’ll remember, I left off slightly dissatisfied with the way the stickers worked, since it meant my boxes were lopsided. So, I went ahead and re-designed them. I had thought about making all the stickers print both ways (so you could pick and choose which side you needed), but that seemed like a colossal waste of time and space. So, I switched it up a bit.
Here’s what the stickers used to look like:
I love the slanted look and the black background, but these were ultimately what was causing the issues with alphabetizing all my cards and having the stickers be correct. So, I ditched the black background, but kept a stroke around the name (to keep it easy to see). This way any sticker can be used on either the left or the right leaning box. I also got the sizing correct, so the text is a little bit easier to read. Here’s a look at the finished sticker:
And, of course, my dominion box (once again), now neatly alphabetized!
If you want the cut files (studio files, I also added a .pdf and a .psd of the stickers), you can download them here. I also added a cut file for the starter deck sleeves. For the original .pdf files (for hand cutting), head over to the original source at Board Game Geek. A few tips on using the print and cut stickers:
- Use a heavy sticker paper (like the silhouette clear sticker paper)
- Make sure that the entire sheet is sticking well. With the way this cuts, it’s really easy for a loose end to throw the whole cut off.
- Watch as the machine registers the registration marks. If it looks off, pause and cancel the job and start again.
- Test everything with a sheet of card stock first so you don’t waste a sticker page if something goes wrong.
- Each expansion is a separate image, so you can delete the images you don’t want to save ink. However, all the cut lines are integrated. You can fight with that yourself if you really only want the cut lines for the dominion expansions you have. I have faith!
The counts for each expansion can be found below. The box for the base game can hold 3 of the box 1 and 3 of box 2.
Dominion (20 sheets total + boxes):
- 2-60 folder (copper, starter decks)
- 1-40 folder (silver., randomizer + trash)
- 1-30 folder (gold, curse)
- 2-12 folder (2 x estate, duchy, province)
- 12-10 folders (24 action cards)
Intrigue(22 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-60 folder (copper)
- 1-40 folder (silver)
- 2-30 folder (gold, curse, randomizer+trash)
- 6-12 folder (2 x estate, duchy, province, duke, great hall, harem, nobles)
- 12-10 folders (21 action cards, blanks)
Seaside(14 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-12 folder (blank)
- 13-10 folder (25 action cards)
Alchemy(9 sheets total + boxes):
- 2-12 folder (vineyard, randomizer)
- 6-10 folder (11 action cards), 1 20 card (potion)
Prosperity(15 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-30 folder (randomizer+blank)
- 1-12 folder (colony, platinum)
- 13-10 card (25 action cards)
Cornucopia(8 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-12 folder (randomizer, fairgrounds)
- 7-10 folders (12 action cards, prizes)
Hinterlands(17 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-30 folder (randomizer)
- 4-12 cards (farmland, silk road, tunnel)
- 12-10 cards (20 action cards, 3 treasure cards, blanks)
Dark Ages(25 sheets total + boxes):
- 1-40 folder (randomizer)
- 1-20 folder (rats, spoils)
- 1-12 folder (feodum)
- 22-10 folder (31 action cards, counterfeit, knights, 5 ruins, 3 shelters, madman, mercenary)
Guilds(8 sheets total + boxes):
- 8-10 folders (13 action cards, randomizer, blanks)
- 1-60 (Copper)
- 1-40 (Silver)
- 1-30( Gold, Curse)
- 1-20 (Potion)
- 3-12 (Platinum, Province, Colony, Duchy, 2 x Estate)
I’m hoping to visit this project one more time to work with sizing the boxes up for card sleeves. Anyone have any favorite card sleeves they use? Let me know so I can make sure the boxes fit correctly!
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