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Artisan Dice Launches New Dice Crafting Features

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In celebration of National Dice Day, we figured it was appropriate to bring some attention to a wonderful dice production company – Artisan Dice. If you don’t know much about them, we’d highly encourage you to head on over to their website and look at the beautiful selection of dice that they offer. Artisan Dice creates custom dice carved out of exotic woods, as well as pens and other products, and would make impressive additions to your dice collections – maybe they’ll even become your prime set.

Being that they focus on dice, it was only appropriate that they have launched new sections on their website to let fans in on how their dice are made, as well as helping them make the right choices for their customized dice sets.

First, in the Craft Guide, readers will learn how Artisan Dice differ from the competition and how they go about producing their dice. From the purchasing of exotic woods, machinery set-up, and final polishing, you’ll get to read about it all. Then, in the Selection Guide, the minions from Artisan Dice will discuss the various wood types and what woods will be best for your needs. Getting advice from the pros is the best way to have your custom crafted dice manufactured just to your liking.

While they didn’t make it to the site in time for Cyber Monday, Artisan Dice has also posted some short runs of special d6’s with a beautiful turquoise and amethyst inlay. They have sold out, and did so within an hour, but they are worth a look anyway.

Also, fans will soon be able to participate in programs called SubScribe and MegaScribe and pay a flat monthly fee to get samples of dice from the dice makers themselves. The Texas based dice crafters are excited to share their products with you, and once you see them, we think you’ll be excited to get a set into your collection.


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