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  1. badgers shutbox game

    My uncle remodeled his kitchen a year or so ago and gave me a truckload of oak trim for free. I decided to make him a Wisconsin badgers themed shut the box game for Christmas. The oak is part of his old kitchen, and I added some padauk which compliments it quite nicely. Half blinds just so I...
  2. Geek Paraphernalia

    Some more Christmas gifts that have already been given, so I can now post. Some of you may be able to tell what these are from the title and the 2nd picture. For those of you that are not sure.. they are dice rolling trays for Dungeons & Dragons. I play with a small group of friends that have...
  3. Dice #1

    My brother collects dice of every kind, so i decided to build something for his collection. Made of small stripes of walnut. The inside is empty. The dots are made of ramino (it should be translated as ramin). Only hand tools. Finished with opaque varnish. Riccardo
  4. Dice #2

    Another dice for my brother's collection. I took some time to design with SketchUp. Made of of a kind of oak (rovere) that i found traslated in durmast. If someone can tell me the english name I would appreciate it. The dots are made of mansonia walnut. This time I used power tools to cut and...
  5. Dice Tower

    I made this Dice tower for my Wife's Brother for Christmas. He's a big gamer (D&D, Pathfinder). -Sides and tray are from SPF 3/4×3.5 furring strips. -Corners are SPF 2×2 boards planed down to smoothness and routed. -ramps & tray bottom are 1/4 oak plywood covered with black felt. -Dark walnut...
  6. Poker Boxes

    A while back I requested some input from my fellow Lumberjocks on my designs and concepts for golf tournament boxes, a tournament that was held last November. I just realized I had never posted what I had actually made for the prizes. I made several of these poker/dice box that also came with a...
  7. Cards & Dice Box

    I made a cards & dice box to give to my brother-in-law when I visit CT in August. I used red oak with walnut splines. Left it natural except for three coats of brushed on polyurethane and a shot of paste wax. I added a California quarter to the lid. Thanks for looking.
  8. Dice Towers

    Some of my older projects. I designed and built the first for a coworker who was a fan of board games. After I put his together I found it too much fun to play with and had to build one for myself. Each tower has an identical set of four baffles in the middle to randomize the rolls of dice...
  9. Wooden Dice!

    Funny how a fella can go so long and then an idea "pops" into his head. When the idea of making some wooden dice came to me, I thought Wow, what an original idea. It's so simple that I bet no one else has done it yet. Well, at least not posted them to share with others. Ha ha, was I wrong...
  10. Dice

    This rather big (2'') dice was made from alder for my daughter when I was learning her how to use a dice and how to count the dots when she was about 3 years old. I drilled holes to fit dowels that I made from some unspecified tropical hardwood on the lathe. The dice was then treated with...
  11. YARDZEE Yard dice | Outdoor game

    Summertime means barbecuing and spending time outdoors with friends and family. I made super easy DIY Yardzee lawn dice. It's like Yahtzee, but with giant wood dice that you can play in the backyard or at the beach. I used a 4×4 cedar post and a Forstner bit, following a dice template I made. I...
  12. Dice Puzzle for a birthday

    I copied this idea from KnotCurser, posted here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/67785, thanks for the idea! I ran into it when I was desperately looking for an idea for my sons birthday, something I could whip out in an evening. So I searched for "puzzle" on lumberjocks. So in reverse this is...
  13. D&D Magnetic Dice Towers and Holders Made for Friends

    So a couple years ago, after about a 25 year Hiatus, I started playing D&D with some friends. A few were completely new to the game and a couple used to play in High School/College, like I did, so it's been a fun mix. I made a magnetic Dice Tower for myself patterned after the excellent design...
  14. Loaded Dice Mallets

    After the summer mallet swap I decided to make a dice mallet for myself and wound up making a dozen of them, trying out a lot of different woods, and ideas. There is a 2 part blog explaining all of the build details. Since I had plenty of extras, I found some "volunteers" to give them a good...
  15. Wooden Dice - Large Dice Set

    Perfect for dice lovers or just for decoration in any room in the house, whether displayed in a bookcase, the game room, stimulating conversation in the Man Cave or as a paperweight on your desk. This set of dice makes a perfect Stocking Stuffer for the adult who loves board games. Made from...
  16. Display for Dungeons and Dragons/RPG Miniatures and Dice

    Well my quest to make more gaming builds and accessories continues with this display for minis and dice. Gamers will know that they get rather attached to miniatures which they may have used for years at a time and rather superstitious about their favorite dice, so I figured something suitably...
  17. Dice Puzzle

    Boys and Girls, Hot on the tail (sizzle) of my previous puzzle post, this one was fabricated to confirm there is more than MDF in my workshop's wood pile and my laser is not necessarily my primary operational tool. This puzzle was also plagiarised from here (you might have to navigate to the...
  18. Tabletop Dice Trays

    The stay-at-home season allowed me to delve into Dungeons & Dragons for the first time. As a gift to my party, I made a set of matching persimmon dice trays. They were such a big hit, I made some more from stock i had on hand and sold them. Cherry, Walnut & QS Oak, Osage, QS Oak, Walnut & Zebra...
  19. Dice Game Box

    My family tries to get together at least twice a year (4 sisters and one brother), once for a campout in June and always at Thanksgiving. When our mother downsized from out childhood home, now many years ago, two of my sisters have been very generous with opening their homes to our large family...
  20. dice towers I've made Part 2: Electric Boogaloo.

    A while ago I posted some dice towers I've made(that post can be found here) and I recently got inspired to redo my design and improve the look. In the first picture from left to right: Virginia Pine finished with Osmo Polyx, Virginia Pine with a water based finish, and Poplar with a satin...
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