Announcement GrafficDesignStudio sells drawstring dice bags and hand-crafted wooden dice boxes and vaults. Please contact us for large orders, we provide discounts for adventure party orders!
GrafficDesignStudio sells drawstring dice bags and hand-crafted wooden dice boxes and vaults. Please contact us for large orders, we provide discounts for adventure party orders!
nicholebini on Apr 16, 2017
This little bear shaped dice push is adorable and functional. When I saw it I knew I had to have one. It's just as cute and soft as it looks in the picture and as a bad it feels very sturdy. I had it packed all the way with dice and the draw strings kept it secure (even when my cats found it looking like a toy and batted it around the house before I caught them). I highly recommend this little bear if you're looking for your own personal dice bag. I adore it.
equestrian13 on Apr 1, 2017
i LOVE this bag, it looks exactly like the picture and is very well made. the yarn colors are gorgeous and match my dice (yay! im not sure how to post a picture in an etsy review though). i think it would also work well for a deck of cards, if tarot is your thing!
Crochet Designer and General Hobbyist
GrafficDesignStudio offers high-quality handmade bags and wooden boxes for holding dice used in roleplaying table-top games. Kate Graff, based in Grove City, OH, is the owner and creator of the unique drawstring dice bags and partners with fiancee Josh Horton of South Shore, KY to design and craft beautiful wooden dice boxes with magnetic closings. We believe that you should have a bag or box as stylish and beautiful as your dice!
Kate is a financial accountant at a university, a part-time MBA student and a full-time gamer. When she is not studying, stressing out about work or worrying what what Josh the DM is going to pull next--she crochets. Kate has been crocheting for the past 15 years, and in July 2016, expanded to Etsy to start selling designs online to help streamline commission work.
Josh is a mechanical engineer working for the gas industry and has recently expanded his love for technology and woodworking with the CNC Piranha FX machine in which we craft all of our boxes. He spends his non-working hours enjoying the finer things in life: scotch, video games, trolling ebay for pocket watches, and diet Pepsi.
Owner, Crocheteer, Human Cleric
I’m a financial accountant by day; crocheteer by night (think musketeer but with awesome hooks). I am also a part-time MBA student, a major dice and yarn hoarder... I'm getting help. I play a human cleric, Sister Hannah, in my current D&D campaign.
Josh "Halman" Horton
Engineer, Dungeon Master Extraordinaire, Owner
Self described as the "Sanest" man in the world, Josh is the mastermind behind the wooden dice boxes and vaults. He supports Kate's yarn hoarding by buying more yarn for her. Josh is the great and all-mighty DM for our campaign.
Official Yarn Chaser And Needle Biter
Meet Finn, my lovely fat and sassy tabby cat. He is 5 years old and still believes he is a kitten. While not sitting by my feet he is secretly plotting when he can get a hold of my bamboo knitting needles to chew. That rascal!
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Digital downloads
- Items on sale
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders
We are currently accepting custom orders for both bags and boxes, feel free to convo us if you are interested in a special order!
We offer a variety of sizes of dice bags, they are categorized by how many dice sets they can hold. (A standard "dice set" is 7 polyhedral dice.) Each listing has specifics of how much they can hold, please see the details included on the listing page.
Cool fact: The background used in all the photos is a 1 inch x 1 inch grid that we use for our gaming sessions. You can use that grid as a reference of how big the item is!
For drawstring bags: Please gently hand wash in lukewarm water and mild soap and rinse thoroughly. Squeeze excess water out (do not wring!) with a dry towel, and then lay flat to air dry.
For Dice Boxes: As our boxes are not covered in varnish, shellac or lacquered, it is possible to re-finish the box with danish oil or furniture oil (with no polish), but it isn't necessary. If you do decide to re-finish, make sure to wipe off any excess so that the box does not create a sticky surface.
For digital download items: You can find instructions on downloading the files after purchase at https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949
Gift wrapping and packaging
All purchases are wrapped in tissue paper and secured with a ribbon in a bubble package mailer or box. If you would like us to write a message to a gift recipient, please let us know and we will include it in the package.
Why are liners important for dice bags?
Adding a fabric liner to crochet bags eliminates the problem of small objects slipping through the naturally holey crocheted fabric.
This fabric liner also creates a denser, more finished feel that allows your dice to easily tumble out of the bag when pouring on the table. It also gives a wonderful pop of color and awe when showing them off to your fellow adventurers.
What's up with the discounted section? Whats wrong with them?
Many times an item is in the discount section because I am trying to reduce inventory or it didn't turn out quite like I wanted it to. Often there is nothing wrong with the item itself, however if there is a flaw, I will clearly mark it in the photograph and describe the flaw in the description. The flaw does not hurt the long-term use of the item, it's just not perfect. I don't list items that won't hold up to the passage of natural wear and tear. However, please note as these are discounted, there are no returns or exchanges, per policy. I do accept cancellations until the item is shipped out.
What type of dice box engraving can you do?
We do all the engravings with a router bit so we're limited on what we can do but we can do font and simple line drawing images. Blocky font like times new Roman or similar turns out the best (script or italic fonts don't engrave well). For the line drawing images we just have to look at how close the lines are since the closer they are the weaker the wood grains get and the possibly of tear out increases, and that's no fun for anyone. We do use a hardwood so that it holds up better, but there are limitations on the engraving. Please feel free to contact us if you have something in mind!