Silhouette D&D Gamer Projects

Free Files for D&D Gamer Projects on the Silhouette.

Somehow, despite not ever having played Dungeons & Dragons myself, all three of my kids ended up being D&D players and dungeon masters. Here are three projects I recently did for them using my Silhouette. You’ll find free cut files below for all of them, in case you want to make shirts, binder decals, door mats etc. for the D&D gamer in your life.

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Project #1 – D&D T-shirt or ???

Free Files for D&D Gamer Projects on the Silhouette.

This is a simple “name tag” style design. I sized it slightly less than 4″ wide and cut it from shiny metallic gold heat transfer vinyl (the same one I used on the Ray Bradbury Bee Bookbag and Over-the-Shoulder Iguana T-shirt). On a black t-shirt, it looked super classy and all official-like. After making one for the Sonly One, I received a request to make one for Daughterly One #2. Daughterly One #1 hasn’t seen it yet, but I have more gold HTV at the ready for when she does. [grin]

What you’ll need…

dmfileFree File Download
Silhouette .studio3 DM file HERE
Silhouette legacy V2 DM file HERE
SVG DM file HERE
Personal Use Only

You could also cut this from adhesive vinyl to apply to a binder or notebook or fridge or, or, or.

What to do…

For a t-shirt, size the design, mirror, cut, and apply as I did for the Book Drunkard Book Bag. If you’re new to HTV or need a refresher, check out How I Work with HTV for detailed HTV info.

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Project #2 – D&D T-shirt 

Free Files for D&D Gamer Projects on the Silhouette.

I sized this design about 9½” wide and cut it from Siser Easyweed heat transfer vinyl. silver and navy blue. Materials and instructions are the same as Project #1. Here’s the free cut file:

Free files for 3 D&D Gamer ProjectsFree File Download
Silhouette .studio3 D&D Kill Character file HERE
Silhouette legacy V2 D&D Kill Character file HERE
SVG D&D Kill Character file HERE
Personal Use Only

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Project #3 – D&D Roll a Reflex Save Door Mat

Free Files for D&D Gamer Projects on the Silhouette.

Apparently, in some Dungeons and Dragons games, you have to roll a reflex save in order to get past a barrier such as a door (check with your D&D player as s/he may play by different rules). So putting Roll a Reflex Save on a door mat appealed to my sense of humor and whimsy. If it were my house, I’d also make sure there was an oversize 20-sided die somewhere on the porch. Hey, if the mat says so…

This is a coir mat. Coir, Google tells me, is made from coconuts, which is pretty cool. It’s scratchy bristle-y, which makes it surprisingly easy to stencil on.

What you’ll need…

Free files for 3 D&D Gamer Projects Free File Download
Silhouette .studio3 D&D Mat file HERE
Silhouette legacy V2 D&D Mat file HERE
SVG D&D Mat file HERE
Personal Use Only

This project is the same as the Welcome Mat project I did last spring. The design is the same, just with different words. For a full tutorial on how to paint a coir door mat, go to the Welcome Mat project.

effCheers!

–Eff

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Free Files for D&D Gamer Projects on the Silhouette.


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