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Standard-Sized Card Organizer for Wooden Artist Case

SKU: ORG011
$28.99

Product Description

This is a 5-row organizer for the Hobby Lobby All Media Artist's Supply Sketch Box (#125005) designed to hold standard-sized cards like Magic: The Gathering, Cards Against Humanity, Poker playing cards, etc vertically. Also fits Hobby Lobby Black All Media Artist's Supply Sketch Box (#1301050) with a cardboard spacer. 


This kit comes ready-to-assemble with 18 adjustable dividers and is constructed from 1/8" Baltic Birch plywood.


NOTE: Wooden Artist Case and cards are sold separately.


If you'd like to purchase the artist case with organizer, see the list of related items below.


This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately)


Sigh. Seeing breakdowns.

I used this for my extensive Legendary cards and it's really starting to fall apart.<br><br><br><br>I think the additional wood joins don't allow for a persistent clean connection. A lot of my wooden dividers are now not able to connect properly as the walls start to flex. I have even had to deconstruct the frame and flip some of the wood pieces so that the wood can bend in a 'tighter' way.<br><br><br><br>I really wish either (1) the front and back walls are one true piece, or (2) the dividers go deeper into the slots, or (3) an interlocking wooden base is added to this to give it extra structural support.<br><br><br><br>Response: Contact us via email so we can help.

Made me willing to buy something from Hobby Lobby - and that's impressive!

I have quite a few card-based games, and I've recently sleeved almost all of them to protect the cards. The premium sleeves from Mayday Games are great, but they add to the thickness, and now many of my card games no longer fit into their original boxes.<br><br><br><br>This product is the PERFECT solution. Now, my copies of Cheaty Mages, Hanabi, Love Letter, Redshirts, Splendor, and several others, all fit nicely into a single, rather elegant case, with latches and a handle to carry it.<br><br><br><br>The parts went together easily, as is typical for Broken Token, and I used a few drops of wood glue here and there, as is typical for me. The result is basically perfect: I have a beautiful, yet functional, case for all of my cards.<br><br><br><br>Thanks again, Broken Token, for yet another fantastic product!

Has a Few Issues

I have owned both types of the PACG organizer and have consistently had the same issue: the dividers seem to not fit very well and often fall down, mixing the cards together. I purchased this and the artist case thinking that the issues I was having were with the fact that the game box sides were not rigid. I got this all put together and noticed that one of the dividers looked odd. Sure enough, one of the dividers fell out of its slot. I think the issue is that the middle rails just are not strong enough and bow.

Loose dividers, but issue can be solved easily

I noticed some of the small dividers were coming loose when moving the box around. There was slight bowing of the long dividers keeping the small dividers from staying put. You can line up small dividers on other rows to keep the bowing in check and push the long dividers close enough to each other to hold the small dividers in place. After storing cards for a day or two, the bowing seemed to settle down even when dividers were removed. Very nice, but heavy, storage solution. I'll admit I'm a bit nervous carrying the Hobby Lobby case around as the latches don't snap in securely, but that is no fault of this product.

Great organizer for standard size card games

This is a great organizer for standard size card games. I am just finishing up the on the hobby lobby artist case for my Star Wars the Card Game. I am looking forward to getting a few more of these for my other games. I am going to use this for cards against humanity and ascension plus other that may come up.

Great Quality

I have no complaints at all. I was a little afraid that I was going to break it because the insert fit so snugly.

Good

Good product. Snapping it out of its laser cut boards can result in splinters of the box breaking off. Small and hard to notice, but if you are super OCD it could bother you. So far I am happy with it, my artist case is in tomorrow to check final fit.

Excellent organizer for Cards Against Humanity

I purchased this as I had outgrown my previous box holding all my Cards Against Humanity sets. I chose the vertical organizer since I have nearly 2000 cards and they are all sleeved. The wooden artist case and this organizer are holding the original boxed Cards Against Humanity, expansion packs 1 through 6, the 90s pack, the Science pack, and the Holiday packs from 2012, 2013, and 2014. It is also holding all 4 packs from Crabs Adjust Humidity. That is a total of about 2000 cards - all in sleeves. And there is still room for some extra sleeves. <br><br><br><br>It took about 10 minutes for me to pop out the pieces and put together. It honestly took me longer to put the cards into the box then it did for me to put the organizer together. It fits tightly in the case. I also used one extra set of dividers. <br><br><br><br>I did have a couple of pieces that didn't fit as tightly as the others which gives it just enough play that the dividers can fall out. However, it isn't causing any major problems and I figure a touch of glue to some of the loose areas will fix the issue. I am very happy with this set and am considering purchasing more for my MTG cards and WoW cards.

Perhaps a bit fussy for the price

For me, something that should have been as easy as "Insert Tab A into Slot B" was not so easy. Firstly, the "front" and "back" rails needed to be lined up as they were coming out of the sprue, or else there was a few millimeter "step" in the construction that wouldn't permit them to sit flat. Once I figured that out I attempted to put in each long front-to-back rail, and this is where the annoyance increased. Basically none of the rails fit easily into the "front" and "back" pieces. So I decided to attempt to tap them in with a mallet. Bad idea, as I broke one of the long rails off at the first divider notch. By now my blood pressure is increasing even more, as I haul out the sandpaper and multiple files. <br><br><br><br>As I attempt to sand the tabs down to fit in the holes, I realize the tabs aren't too long, they are actually too thick. So after more fussing, I decide to file out the holes a bit thicker in the front/back pieces, along with some minor sanding of each tab's thickness. After about 45 minutes I finally had the piece assembled and seated in the artist case. That's when I came to the same conclusion others have come to: The dividers are somewhat fussy as well, and the interior rails have to really be 90-degrees straight with the front/back pieces or else the dividers want to fall out and move.<br><br><br><br>So, long story short, for the price I paid I really wanted this to be a smoother experience. If this were some cheapo dollar-store special, then I would be more forgiving of the annoying construction. But for the price of another game I want this stuff to be perfect out of the gate, and I really don't want to have to be forced to gather up mallets & sandpaper & files just to get it to fit. Maybe I got a dud, or the last one off the line before they reset the machine tolerances, but I was kinda chuffed by the end of assembling it & any thoughts of buying more BT products have been put on hold temporarily in hopes of my annoyance subsiding. Although it does look nice in the box once it is done.<br><br><br><br>Response: Scott, sorry you had some troubles. We really encourage people to contact us at the first sign of trouble so we can help rectify it or get you a replacement set. We hate that you spent so much time fussing with it and want to make it right, please contact us at your convenience.

Love it!

I recently picked up a couple of these for PACG and I'm loving them. Makes moving about with the sets much easier.<br><br><br><br>It was easy to put together. The long dividers that go through the center were a little snug going in, but in a good way so you know they'd stay. I used the recommendation from the instructions for a little piece of tape along the outside at the corners to keep it together while out of the box and it worked fine.<br><br><br><br>No sanding needed, no broken pieces. Great quality. The only thing I found with them was that, for how I wanted to divide up the PACG cards and adventure decks, I needed to get some more dividers. Just put my order in for those and wanted to leave feedback on this while I was here.