I saw Tabletop Crafter at Tabletop Scotland and then again tucked away in the shadows of Tabletop Gaming Live’s warehouse.
The Christmas Dragon was new.
If you missed Tabletop Gaming Live, didn’t find Tabletop Crafter or simply from elsewhere in the world that a trip to Manchester wasn’t possible (it was barely possible from Scotland) then that’s okay as the maker maintains an Etsy store which means carbon offset international shipping.
You can buy the dragon, and there’s a choice of three colours, this burgundy, black and green too. There’s a range of sizes (of t-shirts, not dragon) from kids to large adults.
Of course, you can browse the store for things such as dice advent calendars, Christmas decorations and headbands.
If you’re a tabletop arts and crafts fan, then it’s Tablecrop Crafter we have to thank for the Tabletop Creators Hub. If you want to avoid Amazon or not just spend all your money at Amazon, then the Hub is a way to find active crafters in the tabletop gaming space and have goodies, gifts and clever ideas.
After working with so many incredible small businesses in the TTRPG community, we wanted to create a space to both celebrate them and give you the ability to discover what they have to offer, all in one place. Here you will find a whole range of creators handpicked by us, representing the best that the indie business world has to offer. This list is ever-growing and consists of only brands that we love and trust, which means we’re confident you’re shopping safe.
Too early to be thinking about Christmas? I guess it depends. Some advent calendars have already sold out, and if you want to order hand-made items, then the clock is ticking.
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