2022-08-17 (W) Distorted Mansion Playing mat

Space in my apartment is limited, so I often test the game with a stool next to the bed. A pillowy surface is awful for shuffling and holding cards, but it keeps the glass vials from rolling around. I wanted to make a hard surface for future games and testing. I had some leftover 1/2" (12 mm) plywood and cut out a chunk large to play cards and small enough to be portable. I put white contact paper on the back and wrapped adhesive felt mats on the top.
Cut corners

I used four pieces of felt for the top, which didn't line up perfectly, but the project was inexpensive and cost less than five dollars. The wood isn't close to a perfect rectangle, and you can see the lines between felt panels. If this fails, I may buy a card mat similar to what CCG players use.
Felt playing board

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