…in the land of Mordor, where the shadows lie.
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Middle Earth Map tote bag, by Greyed Out. This was a custom commission for a big Middle Earth fan, and I’ve gone ahead and also listed it for sale in my Etsy shop, because I think it’s incredible. The tote measures 14” wide, 16” tall, and 5” deep.
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Middle Earth Map dice bag, now available at Greyed Out.
I have enough fabric for maybe 6 dice bags before I have to order more, since it’s a full map and I have to cut carefully to avoid having huge empty spaces on the dice bags. (Even Middle Earth has boring places.)
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I like sending dice bags out into the world, and introducing them to new people. So I thought I’d have another contest/giveaway to give everyone a chance to win another Greyed Out dice bag. Here’s how it’ll work:
Greyed Out Dice Bag Giveaway
Reblog this original post for a chance to win a Greyed Out dice bag; your choice of either the _Dungeon Map_ dice bag, or the _Middle Earth_ dice bag. The dice bag will be sewn from brown suede, but the winner will get to pick his/her drawstring color, to make it a little more unique.
I’ll have a drawing for the winner from everyone who has reblogged this original post once I hit 301 sales in my Etsy shop, which you can find here: Greyed Out
A word on Greyed Out:
I’ve been gaming for about 15 years now, and always made do with an average dice bag. When I was studying theatre/costume for my degree, I realized that I could try my hand at making my own dice bag. After a long process I finally settled on the freestanding design in the picture below, and started an Etsy shop to bring high quality, handmade dice bags to the world.
Each dice bag measures about 5” tall when open, with a 4” square base that lets the bag stand open on the tabletop for easy access to your dice - no more messy dice spills across the table during long gaming sessions. They hold between 120-150 dice, depending on dice size, and close securely with a double drawstring.
I sew my dice bags from various suedes, as well as Kona cotton in a variety of colors. I also do screen printed dice bags, and most of my dice bags are reversible, meaning you can turn them inside out depending on which fabric you want on the outside.
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So, I’ve ordered some of this wonderful fabric here, and I plan to make dice bags and things out of it! To that end, I’ve gone ahead and put up a pre-order listing of sorts of Middle Earth Dice bags, which you can find here.
Finished dice bag pictures will of course go up once I’ve made the first dice bag!
thekiltedgerman says: This is amazing, and I would love to have one of these maps on my wall.
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Thror’s Map, various sections. Inked with steel-nib pens on Bristol, final map measures 9”x12”. I’ll post more pictures in the next few days.
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