2022-08-15 (M) Distorted Mansion Fancy prototype box

I reassembled the box after two days because the finish took a while to dry. I made it easy to prop up the lid, so the graphic was upright. The wooden box isn't part of the finished game, nor are the glass bottles and their holder. The finishing touches on this prototype are for my vanity and presenting folx with an enticing game.
Propped lid

The inside has a reflective sticker on the top lid, and I added black felt to the bottom. I almost picked green because of casino card tables, but black seemed thematically appropriate. The clasp was prone to flying open, so I extended the felt to the box lip and helped keep it shut.
Inside the box

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