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Custom Prototype Tokens

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Desprez
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Joined: 12/01/2008

I just thought I'd share a simple way of making custom tokens.

These aren't really suitable for professional level quality, but work really well for testing and prototyping.

I print on sheets of 3/4" round blank Avery sticker labels (You could also use colored labels with a B&W printer)
Then stick them on plastic 3/4" bingo chips that you can get hundreds of really cheaply.

Makes a nice sturdy custom token.

jasongreeno
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Joined: 07/31/2008
I love those labels! I've

I love those labels! I've been using them in a similar way only on poker chips (because they have colored edges).

EdWedig
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Joined: 09/15/2009
For a prototype, I ordered a

For a prototype, I ordered a bunch of 1.2 labels from onlinelabels.com. They are nice and glossy, and will run through a color laser printer. I'm adhering them to 1.5" hex tiles from Litko, and the end result looks pretty good (for now).

-Ed

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