Hex Dice Vaults
Wide variety of possible art, colors, and paper textures.
Palm-sized hex boxes hold about 12 dice. Scale can be adjusted in your print dialog box.
Multi-layer cardstock construction is tough enough for travel on the material plane.
Optional band closes the vault securely, and gives more room for art or attitude.
Add felt or craft foam to make a cozy home for precious dice
Step-by-step instructions so everyone can make one.
Dice are pictured to show scale and are not included.
Many web sites sell fancy wooden dice vaults with very serious looking dragons carved into rare, dark wood. If you scratch mine, you owe me $80.
But, what if you want to give your DM a dice vault with an ogre wearing a hat? Or, a leopard skin pattern as a reminder of a certain episode the druid won't usually talk about? Or, that time the barbarian rode a dinosaur that he always talks about.
Our hex dice vaults are easy to make and allow full customization. Use the provided art, choose fancy papers, or search for character portraits on the Internet.
You're just some cutting, folding, and gluing away from your bard's dice being snugged away under a bear playing a harp. Why a bear playing a harp? I'll only answer in-character.
How to Make
Paper crafting difficulty: Easy.
Pay-what-you-want for the PDF file on DMsGuild.com. You will also get access to the source files in Google Drawings.
Select colorful, textured cardstock, or art that fits your character, group, or personal style.
Print at home to make as many as you want.
Fold and glue according to included instruction sheet.
Game Night Advantages
Make a few to add serious attitude to your personal dice sets. Or, think of a theme and gift matching vaults to everyone in your group.
Personalized designs make game night feel immersive and intimate rather than store-bought.
Let your players take them home as an unique and memorable keepsake.
Show off some RPG style at home, school, or office. Maybe a picture of a mimic will keep your roommate away from your laundry machine quarters.
Ancient trees cry out:
Why use rare wood for a box,
When paper serves well?