In this follow up, we test out more box making techniques for your video game collection!
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As a result of my previous video’s popularity and all of the helpful comments, I wanted to try other techniques for producing quality boxes at home. These boxes can be used to enhance the displaying of your video game cartridges or for many other household uses. Join me as I give a run down of all of the options I tested so you can mix and match to find what will work best for your projects. And finally see how I used my newly found skills to solve some of my other video game issues.


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Products featured in the video:
110 lb White Cardstock, 8.5 x 11″, 250 Sheets

Printable Full Sheet Labels

3 Mil Clear Letter Size Thermal Laminating Pouches

Elmers Multi-Purpose Spray Adhesive, 4-Ounce, Clear

Suggested alternative products:
Avery Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets, Box of 50

Avery Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets, Pack of 10


Music Credits:

Alex Kidd in Miracle World – Ending
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins – Macro Zone
Super Mario Land – World 1
Super Mario Land – World 3
Super Mario Land – World 4
Portal – Still Alive (instrumental)


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29 thoughts on “More Box Making Tips (Mini Retail Boxes for Nintendo Video Games and More!) | Game Room Ideas

  1. I just want to say that this method of creating custom boxes is PERFECT for board gamers looking to sort and store cards for games. I have a game that uses many different kinds of cards (Stuffed Fables), and this will help me keep them all in order!

  2. One thing that is really cool is to use a silhouette cameo to cut the prints out. I've done this with boxes I've created in the past, but in those, I made the boxes myself so I was able to create a bleed so that it could be cut properly. These are super cool though.

  3. I cannot for the life of me find a box scan for pokemon yellow or pokemon gold. Do you know of any website that has those 2 or if someone in the comments has already made it themselves?

  4. I have a crapton of Original boxes that game from like video game stores and something. Where they have the box in the front, and the actual game behind it so you can never actually have the box. So I imagine they are really rare. They are wrapped in plastic and even have that orange sticker with the “5.95” on it 🤣 how much do you think hey are worth?

  5. Can you tell me please the exact size of the boxes of the Gameboy? I am creating some art based on the game boxes (not the cartridge) but i am having some hard time finding the exact size the boxes are made. Thanks in advance!

  6. So with the box of Eye of Judgement. If you want to take off the tape, use a hair dryer or heat gun to melt the adhesive of the tape. Then you can take it off without damaging the box surface. It's a long process so take tour time taking it off. I recommend a hair dryer since it still gets really hot with a hair dryer. Let alone a heat gun

  7. I'm so glad the almighty algorithm suggested this video to me!!! I've been pulling my hair out the last couple of days trying to figure out the last bits for my niece's Christmas present. (She's old enough to finally appreciate Pokemon, so I'm making her a backlit GBA). I'm a graphic designer so making the box images isn't a problem, but I didn't know where to start with trying to recreate the cardboard. Enjoy my sub, you've definitely deserved it!

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