Halloween Pumpkin D20 Dice

About: I graduated in Industrial Design and worked as a graphic designer and web developer. This will be the outlet for my personal projects, since I can't live a day without creating something.

Intro: Halloween Pumpkin D20 Dice

Are you having a roleplaying game this Halloween? Do you simply love dice?

This is a papercraft for your last minute Halloween decorations!

You can also hang the pumpkin by cutting a little pinhole at the top.

Step 1: Download the Halloween D20 Pumpkin Dice Papercraft

Get the PDF from Instructables or at this link and print it on a standard A4 sheet of paper.

It is suggested to use heavy paper and a color printer, to get a nice solid papercraft dice.

If your printer says the image is too large, select the option "fit to page".

Step 2: Now... Let's Do It!

1) Cut the image without damaging the little flaps.

2) Cut the pinhole at side n.2 if you need to hang your Halloween Pumpkin d20, and insert a cotton string, then tie a knot in the side of the sheet that is not printed.

3) Follow the instructions and attach the flaps to the sides, in this order: 1, 16, 17,19, 4, 12, 8.

Step 3: Your Halloween Pumpkin D20 Is Ready!

If you are interested in more dice project, in about two weeks I will be launching a Kickstarter campaign for the new edition of my limited edition Constellation Dice. If you like it and want to build it yourself, take a look at my other tutorials.

If you prefer to get one of the last few remaining from last year, or to help me manufacture the brand new ones, subscribe to my website www.giolasar.com to be notified of the launch... and get all the early bird special offers!

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    parisusa

    1 year ago

    Very cool!

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    Swansong

    1 year ago

    Perfect, we're playing tonight! Thanks for sharing :)