Playing Card Box

by SometimesCake, published

Playing Card Box by SometimesCake Dec 16, 2012

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A box for holding a single deck of cards. Inspired by the crayon box for my daughter, I thought I could do the same for my cribbage cards. :-)


Print out and enjoy.

Version 2, the lip on the inside of the lid has been removed. Closing the top with a deck of cards inside is a bit easier.

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these for standard poker size? Also any chance of a solid version without the cut spade? Sweet work man!

Yes, these fit just the standard bicycle brand size playing cards. Don't like the cutout? Sounds like a fun project to create a parametric version of this. Thanks for the idea.

NO the cut out cool I just think a blank slate would be cool for remixs. Like Id like to have my initials cut out on the case. Or like the actually ace of spade cut out..with a blank/solid front there could be a lot you could do with this great case!

Sweet!I Finally something for cribbage players. I tried to make pegs once, you have inspired me to try again. Cheers

Interesting design! I had not considered putting holes through such a box.

I'd imagine that most shapes would cause nasty overhangs, but the spade looks quite reasonable!

Thanks, I had considered placing a club on the back but for the overhangs.  :-(