So much so that I have various dice towers in my terrain collection (both from CNC miniatures, their standard dice tower and two of their portable dice towers).
But now I want dice trays! Don't ask why, because I don't know why. Anyways, checking out available options online didn't really yield any products I'd be willing to pay for, but I did happen to stumble across a great looking DIY option.
So the next time I went shopping with the family, I kept my eye out for an appropriate looking photo frame - ideally a square shape with the right 'depth' for the dice to sit in the tray without rolling out.
It wasn't long before I stumbled across this set at Big W (a department store we have here in Australia):
|It says AUD$10, but I actually got it for $8 - even more of a bargain!|
|And here's a photo of each frame, with some standard d20s in there for scale|
|After cutting a piece of felt to size, and slipping it on top of|
the glass, my dice tray was ready.
Note that this is the smallest photo frame in the set, and
Dreadball model and 10mm d6 dice are for scale.