I also created one for my brothers family. It has the names of all 6 of his kids. Yes, 6 Kids… Anyway, I thought they could use the dice to settle arguments, or see who has to do chores, or whatever. Let a roll of the die decide.
Not all that interesting, but here are some details on successfully engraving on 2" dice using a Snapmarks jig. The crumb tray needed to be removed, and this was the first time trying Snapmarks alignment without it. But whatta ya know, it worked! The jig was made of draftboard, and is about 1.5" tall. The wooden cubes were purchased from Amazon, and are just shy of 2" on each side. I had each face of the dice loaded into the same file, and proceeded to engrave each side separately after the jig was aligned. I realize that not everyone has access to the Snapmarks beta, but hope that will be a premium feature available soon. You could definitely use the jig without Snapmarks after a bit of alignment and test scores.