Welcome to CustomCardBoxes.com!
Here you can design and order a custom box for all your collectable card needs.
Our deck boxes are 3.5" tall and sized to hold most collectable cards in a protective sleeve. The sides are .25" thick, with a wide selection of woods available to choose from. Combining the many wood choices with almost limitless inlay/branding options lets you create a truly unique box.
Our storage boxes are sized according to your needs, with sides being approximately 0.5" thick.
Whether you're looking for a unique box to hold your killer deck or for boxes for CCG tourney prizes, CCB.com can meet your needs. If you don't see what you're looking for on these pages, head to our Web Store and put together a box from the standard options, or you can contact us with your idea and we'll work to meet your needs.
New - Card Storage Boxes
Alternate MTG artwork
As we don't have a license for the official MTG artwork from WoTC, we have developed a set of alternate artwork using public domain images. Check them out on this custom storage box where they were laser engraved and then color filled.
Laser Engraving is now done in house
We've gained access to a laser engraver, and so laser engraving is now being done in house. This means faster turn times for your custom boxes. Engraving custom artwork on a lid will typically run around $15- here's an example of a recent Magic the Gathering box. Artwork will need to be at least 300dpi to achieve good quality results.
Customize your box at our Web Store
We recently got some great additions put up on the web store .All the major clans are up there in finished boxes, along with as-yet-unfinished boxes that you can customize. So you can choose your box, upgrade to a sliding honor counter lid, and put your clan mon on it. You can even order extra lids so you can use one box for multiple clans.
Mitered Corners are Back
We're pleased to announce that mitered corners are back. For woods wth highly figured grain, the smooth "wraparound" look that miters give is a great feature. It also opens up new inlay opportunities check out the gallery for examples. You can choose either mitered corners (standard) or box-joints for the same price.
Here's a picture of a counter in a box along with 85 cards in sleeves. This box is just wider than the sleeve- a card laid flat would have a little wiggle longways but almost none shortways. So ideally, this is as narrow as our boxes will get. It's an easy fit with 80 cards, a snug fit with 85. And there'd still be space on top for extra cards or other gear.