Today I wanted to focus on a few of the many ways a Hammered Game Tables table, and the GM caddy can be personalized.
Dan Fisher, the big kahuna at Hammered Game Tables, enjoys doing some wood burning to add designs to the tables of his customers. Those designs can be just about anything, taking into account limitations of the materials, and your budget.
When I was discussing the upcoming purchase with Dan, he asked that I put together a list of things I enjoy. Among those things on the list: Original Star Trek, Babylon 5, and a myriad of other entertainments, but what really stuck out to Dan was my mention of the African Serval. Dan asked to see pictures and of course I obliged by sending him three. This is the one that became the decoration for my GM caddy.
As mentioned before, it is easy to configure the inner workings of the GM caddy to suit your needs.
Next up . . . another look at the dice trays, snack caddies, and cup holders.