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Self Standing Leather-Lite Dice Bags With Unique Artwork

We are producing a series of high quality, self-standing leather-lite dice bags that will make you drool.

We call this material Leather-Lite and we're enhancing them by adding our original graphics, many that were used to create our dice trays prior to this. This material is man-made and holds images extremely well .  The material is also very durable and light weight.This is a similar material that we use to wrap our dice trays with, but in a rich brown color.  These awesome dice bags are sure to be a hit at your gaming table!  

Size: Each bag measures 7x5x5 inches and holds approx. 400 16mm polyhedral dice with ease.

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Double Clasp: The top of every bag features 2 brass colored clasps for easy access.  As shown below, this dice bag seals tightly to eliminate the risk of spills.

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We are starting this campaign with 3 unique designs.  As pledge goals are reached, more un-lockable designs will be made available to backers.

The Wolf 

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This Celtic Knot inspired Wolf is an Easy Roller Dice Company original design.  

The Raven

The Raven Design The Raven Design

The Raven is an Easy Roller Dice Company original artwork that was wildly popular on our 8 Inch Octagon Dice Trays - and it looks mighty fine on our dice bags too!

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Interesting looking bags.  Odd they call it "the spell book" when it's clearly Yggdrasil, the tree of life, but still. 

 

Nice looking to say the least.  Wonder if their rolling trays might be a possible add on, since they mention such things in the text... 

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@whitewolf that would probably because the stylised tree as seen here is a common theme in new age and wicca-oriented decorative products such as wall plaques, playing cards, mugs, notebooks, what have you, and often with the title "Spell book" or "Dream book" in those settings.

 

I can't help but notice that several of the designs used in this campaign are similar to designs I have seen elsewere, the yggdrasil one maybe the most blatantly similar...

 

original notebook by Lisa Parker, british artist:

 

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the campaign creators have even left the spiral binding in the clipart they have used. 

 

(of course, maybe Lisa Parker is involved wih the campaign, but somehow I doubt it.)

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Intriguing.  If they reach $20k, they're willing to look into having the die bags the same colour as their rolling trays.  Or, by the sounds of it, black bags as a second option, with coloured designs. 

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Looks like they modified the stretch goal for the black bags with coloured foil to $35k USD.  Not really all that fond of the foil colour choices though. >.<

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