Ultra Cheap Dice Tower

We needed to make 15 cheap dice towers, one for each of the gaming tables at Hal-Con 2018. It took roughly 3 hours for 2 people to laser cut and glue these up. We got 2 towers from one sheet of 20×30" foamcore at $ 1.50 per sheet, plus a bit of scrap white hardboard.(…)


Flat-Pack Dice Tower

These are the assembly instructions for the Collapsible Dice Tower files that are available here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/664062945/collapsibl…A 3D model can be viewed here: https://a360.co/2KSbgvCThis tower is designed to be sturdy and yet easily assembled and disassembled so that it can fi…By: ValleR1 Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Dice Tower

Hi All,Today I will share how to make a dice tower, Though Dice towers are not as popular in India, I wanted to make it as decoration, So one can use this to play with kids or as a decoration. Most of the things used are avaliable at home and you do not need a(…)


Zebrawood and Brass Dice Tower

We make lots of tabletop gaming/rpg/DnD type of projects and one of our favorites is this Zebrawood and Brass Dice Tower! This was a really fun project that showcases some woodworking, a little brass work, custom dowels and a wet ink transfer technique to make the tavern-style hanging sign. We were …By: WickedMakers Continue Reading(…)


How to Play Liar’s Dice

Also known as pirate’s dice, liar’s dice is a fun game to play with 2 or more people. With a little bit of deception and a lot of luck, you’ll try your hand at being crowned the best liar of the bunch. Switch it up each time you play with one of the different variations.(…)


D&D Dice Fridge Magnets

Dice are a common device in many board games. Resembling the platonic solids, dice that deviate from the standard 6 sided cube have become an icon of board games; especially the classic, dungeons and dragons. Any serious D&D player will keep, and likely cherish, their own set of multifaceted dice. I…By: tdonoclift Continue Reading »(…)


How to Make Wooden Dice

To start off with this Instructables. I don’t have access to any 4×4 wood so I had to use some 2×4 pieces, I started with getting the right measurements to make some cubes. The list The items I used are: wood clamps wood glue miter saw sander sandpaper with a grit of 60, 80, and(…)