A bead box works great in my copy of Dungeon Lords to keep all the pieces straight. I labeled the bottoms of the trays so you can see the labels when it's time to clean up. If the compartments don't fit, you can remove the dividing walls carefully with a box cutter (which I did here to fit the fighter cards)
Often an item that seems utility can be the perfect canvas for creativity! Look at what a Milwaukee store employee did with our Glass Bottles, and get inspired for some surplus arts and crafts of your own!
It's a geeky bag for books complete with button bubbles. Made from surplus by our crafty Geneva store staff!
"City Sky" shirt was made entirely from our stuff and a bit of bleach. Your shopping list: -Dark Shirt -Cardboard shipping box -Self-healing cutting board -Scalpel -Scissors -Self Adhesive vinyl by-da-foot -Paintbrush and/or swabs -Lil' mister bottle -Funnel (unless your hands are magically steady) -Safety Glasses! -Iron-on rhinestone assortment pack And from your cuboard -Bleach -Iron
Is this the Easter basket you're looking for? Will you fill your Star Wars tin with science-y stuff like geodes and gyroscopes, or will you succumb to the silly side of surplus and select sporks and Slinkies?
Feeling crafty this Halloween? Pick up a few packs of our spooky wooden magnetic clips. http://www.sciplus.com/p/GRAVESTONE-AND-SKULLCROSSBONES-CLIPS_55603