Remember a couple of weeks ago when I shared the Zelda shirt that I made for my Zelda loving teen? Well, I didn’t stop there. He loves to play Dungeons & Dragons and he has dice for this, so I made him this little Dungeons & Dragons Dice Bag. It would be an understatement to say that he liked it! He was pretty excited when I gave this to him!
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Dungeons & Dragons Dice Bag Supplies:
- Small Drawstring Bag
- Easyweed Heat Transfer Vinyl – Black (for this project, I used a scrap)
- Cricut Maker
- Weeding Tool Kit
- Cricut EasyPress (the mini 6×7 press would be perfect for this project)
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
Once I had my design uploaded into Cricut Design Space, I got my mat ready to cut the heat transfer vinyl. I place the vinyl, shiny side down, onto the mat. Then I sent the design from Design Space to be cut.
Once cut, it was ready to be weeded.
Weed your image.
When you have it weeded, place it on the pouch where you want it. Place the pouch onto the EasyPress Mat and press it. Tip: Find the interactive EasyPress Heat Settings here.
Once you have your Dungeons & Dragons Dice Bag pressed, peel the carrier sheet off, and you’re finished! Fill it up with those dice!
My son was so excited about me giving this to him. He had previously been using a little pouch with the logo of my husbands old company on it. He was so excited to start using this one with something on it that he likes!
Do you have someone at your house that enjoys playing Dungeons & Dragons? Why not make them a Dungeons & Dragons Dice Bag to carry their dice?! It would make a great gift for the holidays too!
I love using iron-on/heat transfer vinyl for projects. They are so quick and easy to whip up! If you’re looking for more projects like this, then check out my gallery here.