Games I Like – Infinity – Making your own Infinity Tokens!


~ by Achilles on January 19, 2015.

5 Responses to “Games I Like – Infinity – Making your own Infinity Tokens!”

  1. Cool tip! I think I’ll be stealing that for all my future token use. One suggestion I can think of, for the ultra slick look. If you have the ability to expand the black ring in a graphics program, it will make it easier to center tokens. You can also use a black sharpie to go around the edge of the token before sticking it onto the sticker, to give it a nice uniform black ring around the edge.

    • Yeah, I already use the black sharpie trick. I didn’t bother in the video as for the most part these Infinity tokens have a generous black border already.

  2. I’ve done this as well – the epoxy stickers I got from beadaholi were sort of flexible (not sure if that is because they are NEW and need to cure more to be more stiff). I got some at the local hobby store and they were already stiff – so not sure if it’s a brand thing or just a timing thing. Any feedback would be appreciated. I’m hoping that the set I made will get more solid over time.

    • I’ve noticed the same. My Michaels ones were rock hard while the beadaholique ones are somewhat flexible. It may be theyll cure more or it may be the amount of hardener in the epoxy mix. I guess time will tell!

      • I guess having flexible tokens isn’t the worst thing (especially for the cost invested). I think I had $10 for 200 stickers, plus another $1.30 for printing the tokens (I built 4×6 image files that I could send to Costco PhotoCenter and get printed for $.13ea). So that’s about 120 tokens for $11.30 + my effort to punch and stick them (about an hour total). Gloss finish and they work beautifully! I guess time will surely tell. I’m going to play with them anyway! GAME ON! Compared with the acrylic ones from other sources (at $1 each). This is a good way to go!

        By the way – good video tutorial on the subject, I’m sure it will help a number of budget conscious gamers.

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