Prison Dice

Introduction: Prison Dice

how to make dice commonly made in prison with just toilet paper, a pen, and some water.

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Step 1: Materials

toilet paper
water
a pen

Step 2: Make the Dice

take on peice of tp, get it wet and shape into a cube. then wrap the rest of the sheets one at a time around the cube made with the first sheet.

Step 3: Drying

let the dice dry until the surface of the dice is not wet and pretty solid.

Step 4: Make the Dots

make each of the dots on their correct side according to the diagram.

Step 5: Play a Game

play a classic game such as craps with a buddy or relative.another great game is liars dice ( my favorite dice game).

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18 Discussions

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Modern__Pixels
Modern__Pixels

3 years ago

is there a way to make the dice more solid?

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SJF007
SJF007

6 years ago

AWESOME

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zmvarugh
zmvarugh

10 years ago on Introduction

hey try putting it in the freezer the hard part is making the dots with a a marker i tried a pen and it wouldn't work can tell me how long it takes to dry?

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mr.nvention
mr.nvention

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

i'm not sure the psychics of dice stacking but i could expect not as much bounce power in them compared to regular dice

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dungeon runner
dungeon runner

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

I'm not sure how many psychics of the world enjoy dice stacking. Perhaps someone should google it.

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red-king
red-king

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

I found this. It has lots of information on how several different types of stacked dice work, how they are made, etc. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dice-play/DiceCrooked.htm

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thechevron
thechevron

10 years ago on Introduction

hi just to comment, the numbers on a dice aren't random, the opposite sides should add up to seven.

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PastTheVoid
PastTheVoid

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

Not always, I have a six-sider that's missing a one.

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feralin
feralin

10 years ago on Introduction

i just made the cubes, so they are drying right now. awesome instructable, 5*

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Flash Gordon
Flash Gordon

10 years ago on Introduction

These are awesome i made pair of em but my dog attacked them. i rated 5.0

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kimiharu
kimiharu

10 years ago on Introduction

perfect this is so easy, how long do you think they last?

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mr.nvention
mr.nvention

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

i made some about a year ago, and they lasted this long with almost no damage

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kimiharu
kimiharu

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

sweet i made enough for liar's dice