Euro Card Organizer for Wooden Artist Case - The Broken Token
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Euro Card Organizer for Wooden Artist Case

1.62 LBS
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Product Description

Product Description

This is a 6-row organizer for the Hobby Lobby All Media Artist's Supply Sketch Box (#125005) designed to hold European-sized boardgame cards and is perfect for games like Dominion. This organizer will hold sleeved Dominion cards for all expansions through Guilds. Also fits Hobby Lobby Black All Media Artist's Supply Sketch Box (#1301050) with a cardboard spacer. 

Our ORG010 kit now comes with double the number of dividers for a total of 24!

NOTE: Wooden Artist Case, paper dividers and cards are sold separately. If you'd like to purchase this organized pre-installed in a wooden artist case please see our Unfinished Wooden Artist Case w/ OrganizerDominion Case and Organizer Set, or Custom Engraved Wooden Artist Case with Organizer.

Visit SpielGeek for a set of quality Dominion dividers at

Or, print and cut your own using Sumpfork's Tab Generator located at

Download ORG010 Organizer Assembly instructions.

For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide

ORG010 Dimensions
Length Width Depth
15.329" 12.044" 2.559"
# Rows Length Width Depth
6 11.8125" 2.48" 2.559"
CARD CAPACITY (w/ Stock Dividers)
Unsleeved .1mm "Premium" Sleeved .04mm Sleeved
6135 2538 4584
CARD CAPACITY (No Dividers) 
Unsleeved .1mm "Premium" Sleeved .04mm Sleeved
6379 2639 4767
Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.



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  1. Fits all Dominion expansions, not much room for more

    Posted by Derek on 6th Apr 2016

    On the product itself:
    The laser-cut wood was easy to assemble and fit pretty snugly together. It slid into the box with less than 1/8 in. of a gap. Overall, a solid fit., though it could be just a touch wider for my particular box (I'm not sure what the manufacturing tolerances are on the Hobby Lobby cases). Sometimes the included wooden dividers don't stay seated well in the middle rows (probably due to the gap at the sides of the box). The dividers stay in well when the box is fully loaded. Note that you'll have to remove the palette holder from the lid of the case with a screwdriver (2 Phillips screws) before using the case.

    On how it fits with Dominion:
    I have all the Dominion cards including all 10 expansions (through Adventures) and all the promo cards (through Summon). It's a bit of a tight fit, but works well. The included wooden dividers obviously aren't enough to separate all sets, but do serve well to break them into more manageable sections. I made a set of dividers using Sumpfork's divider generator printed on address labels stuck to heavy cardstock (4 in. x 2 3/8 in.). These look nice, but could wear out over time. Thicker plastic dividers would make it harder to fit all the cards, but it might work without the randomizers.
    With fewer cards, you'd have to use the included wooden dividers to help organize the cards more.
    The completed setup with all the Dominion cards is fairly heavy, but it's also over 3000 cards, so that's expected. You can attach a shoulder strap to the Hobby Lobby case if desired.

    It's also a bit tight to fit all 10 of the manuals in the lid with all the Dominion cards this way. Maybe with dividers that are just a hair shorter it would work better. Instead of the manuals, I prefer to print out a copy of Nick Knutsen's Complete and All-Encompassing Dominion FAQ ( since most of the card FAQs in the official rules just apply the same general principles over and over.

    I put all of the Kingdom cards in the first 4 rows followed by the randomizer cards. The fifth row has the basic treasure and victory cards along with the other non-kingdom cards (e.g. events, shelters, ruins, etc.). The sixth row has all the mats and tokens as well as the extra blank and trash cards. It's heavy when all put together, but does the job well. If any more large expansions are made I may have to remove the randomizers (not much of a loss since I always use randomizer apps for choosing Kindgoms).

    Also note, that while I have the Base Cards set (with the new art for the basic cards), these don't fit in currently together with the randomizers, but I also don't need them as the basic cards from Dominion and Dominion: Intrigue are plenty for up to a 6 player game.

  2. Nice Looking, Works in Theory

    Posted by Rico Cordova on 1st Apr 2016

    The fundamental components work well with the box purchased at Hobby Lobby. It looks nice and fits together well. My concern has to do with the dividers. First, they don't fit firmly if your box isn't full. Unless you intend to fill the box with MANY Dominion expansions they will likely fall out. Second, if you do fill the box there aren't nearly enough dividers spaces to use them in a meaningful way. There are far too few to separate each type of card.

    I'm not entirely sure how I'm going to organize my cards given the divider situation. Maybe by expansion?

    Other than the divider issue it's all top notch.

  3. Really good organizer for Dominion

    Posted by Mike on 22nd Jan 2016

    First, I find it interesting that many other reviewers were having difficulty with their dividers being too loose. If anything, mine were too tight! Maybe BT upped the thickness of the divider boards? Shrank the slots they slide into? Inquiring minds want to know! (not really)

    This is a great organizer for putting into the Hobby Lobby artist case and creating a single storage solution for Dominion and all of its expansions (through Adventures), including promo cards. My biggest gripe, and it's entirely on Rio Grande's shoulders, not Broken Token's, is that once you get all the cards into the case, there's very little room for all the additional tokens, player mats, counters, and so forth. Oh, and you wanted the rules too?? Well, maybe you shouldn't have put tabs on your deck dividers and just guessed where each particular deck was!

    In the end, I can't think of a better way to organize all of Dominion's many volumes than this one. Just be sure to work out when you're done, as the finished product (case, organizer, plus load) is really farking heavy!

  4. Perfect fit

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jan 2016

    I bought the artist case from Hobby Lobby and printed/laminated my own tabs. LOVE how it holds ALL my current Dominion cards with plenty of room for the rest!

  5. Just awesome

    Posted by Josh on 15th Jan 2016

    This is my second broKen token purchase. I have another in my cart waiting to pull the trigger. Great products! They are pricy and in some cases cost as much as an expansion or a new game would, but they are very nice to have and the quality justifies the cost.

  6. Super Solution

    Posted by Karl on 10th Dec 2015

    I like the thickness of this wood! Feels substantial and creates a nice space between the columns of cards. It was easy to assemble and fits snugly in the artist's case. Careful! It might make you want to buy yet another Dominion expansion!

  7. Love it

    Posted by Robert Wark on 28th Sep 2015

    This divider works fantastic in the Hobby Lobby artist case. The individual dividers, as mentioned earlier, were a little loose, but that was easily solved with some hot glue.

    The divider with the HL case fit all of the current expansions (Adventures as of the writing of this review).

  8. Decent divider

    Posted by Chad Hatting on 19th Sep 2015

    The main organizer fits well in the artist case, but the individual dividers, of which I would actually say there are far too few, aren't very snug and easily come fall out. Maybe once I get the extra five sets of dividers I had to order to fill the case they will stay in place.

  9. Very nice organizer

    Posted by Gary on 19th Sep 2015

    This is the best way to store your dominion card collection. It was by far one of the easiest to assemble. I did find that some of the holes for the inner dividers were a little larger and allowed the center dividers to flop around. It did not allow them to stand up straight for assemble. Which also makes it harder to use the wooden dividers for the cards. They fall out easier. Still a great storage unit for the hobby lobby artist case.

  10. Laser cut to perfection

    Posted by Dembones 2 on 8th Sep 2015

    Every piece was well cut and in its wooden frame and with a small twist popped out clean. The frame fits in the box without glue and stays place. If your thinking about it get it. Because this is laser cut it is more likely that the case is imperfect then the dividers.

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