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Printable Paper Dice Template Pdf: Make Your Own 6, 10 & 12 Sided Dice

Make your own dice in this fun and easy do-it-yourself (DIY) art craft project for both kids and grownups. There are many printable paper dice templates to choose from: 6-sided, 10-sided, and 12-sided dice in black & white, ivory, red, blue and green. The 10 & 12 sided dice are particularly great for role playing board games.

The neat thing about making your own dice is you can make them any size you want. The black and white templates below are pdf files, and since they were created in Adobe Illustrator, they scale to any size without pixelation. The colored dice templates are pngs. However, they have been saved at a high resolution, so they’ll look great too.

The each of the dice come in four five different colors: black and white, ivory, red, blue, and green. Finally, there’s a step-by-step tutorial near the bottom of the page showing you how to make your own dice. Have fun!

Printable 6-Sided Dice Templates

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Printable 10-Sided Dice Templates

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Printable 12-Sided Dice

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How to Make Your Own Dice

Below is a step-by-step tutorial to guide you through the process of making your own paper or cardboard 6-sided dice.

Make your own dice

Step 1: Gather your materials: Your template of choice, cardboard, scissors, a ruler, tape, x-acto knife, glue stick, and packaging tape. Laminate is optional. (Not shown)

Make your own dice

Step 2: Measure six cardboard squares that are the size of the die faces on your template. If you like, you can use another template for this. Cut out the six squares using the x-acto knife.

Make your own dice

Step 3: Build a cube using the cardboard square sides. Tape it together using the clear packaging tape.

Make your own dice

Step 4: If you like, laminate the template you will be using for the dice.

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Step 5: Cut out the template.

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Step 6: Fold the template along the appropriate creases.

Make your own dice

Step 7: Paste the template onto the cardboard cube with the glue stick. Congratulations! Your dice art craft is now complete.

{ 7 comments… add one }

  • Mariana Stegmann 10/14/2013, 1:58 pm

    Thanks for the templates, just what I need for some math games for my grade twos !

    Reply
    • Tim van de Vall 10/14/2013, 10:28 pm

      You’re very welcome, I’m glad they were useful.

      Reply
  • MarioStar13 10/14/2013, 4:33 pm

    Your dice have some lovely colour!

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    • Tim van de Vall 10/14/2013, 10:27 pm

      Thanks!

      Reply
  • Kai Bass 03/11/2014, 8:59 am

    Great die templates!!!! You should add 3 – 12 sided dice templates instead of 6 – 12

    Reply
  • Judy Murdock 04/19/2014, 1:16 pm

    Thank you! I was hunting 10 and 12 sided dice to make a math game for our home school. Your website was very easy to access and templates were easy to download and print, even on my dinosaur computer. I appreciate that. Many thanks.

    Judy

    Reply
  • chris wyatt 05/18/2014, 11:40 pm

    can we get an 8 sided and 4 sided templates?

    Reply

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Tim van de Vall is a digital artist who specializes in cartooning and illustration. As a citizen of the Netherlands living in the United States, Tim’s artistic style has been influenced by both American and European comic strips. Much of Tim’s art is intended for kids and focuses on the themes of adventure, exploration and imagination. When he’s not working at his drawing table, Tim makes educational materials for his blog. You can find Tim on .

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