Blank Dice - Blue d6

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  • Blank blue dice - 16mm
  • Blank Dice - Blue d6
each $0.34

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This blank die is just that: Completely blank.

Useful as a game marker, counting cube, or as part of a set of tiny blocks. Or use it with stickers or markers to create your own customized dice.

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2 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Bill Frogge on May 10th 2015

    I am putting together a Military Strategy Game, based upon the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean. So, I needed markers that identified the Nations and the Military Units. I printed sticky labels and attached them to the dice! It works great and makes the markers look professional and the weight of the markers keeps them from sliding. I ordered every color and in the number that I needed. The color blue was temporarily out of stock; but, the Dice Store was replenished in the time they said they would be and shipped them to me at no additional freight cost. As I "tweak" my game, should I need more dice, I will not hesitate to order them from The Dice Store. In fact, they are on my list of favorite web sites. Amazon wanted to charge me freight for each color shipped (ridiculous). The Dice Store shipped every color, using only one freight charge! Also, their selection of dice is phenomenal ... take a look at what they have to offer ... and let your imagination run wild!

  • 5
    Great blank for toner transfer dice.

    Posted by Adam on Nov 16th 2013

    The plastic in this die has a higher melting point then what my iron was able to produce, so the toner was able to fuse without damage to the cube. The plastic is also resistant to acetone, so mistakes can be cleaned up without issue.

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