The purpose of diploma thesis is to create a 3D-printed embossing die for blind embossing. We could create a relief emboss of a desired graphic with the die. This way we can refine a printed product and give it a special appearance. The main goal is to create a sharp blind emboss on a paper. In the theoretical part we open a chapter of 3D-printing. We focused on specifying stereolithography and its working operation that we used in the experimental part. Then we focused on describing blind embossing and its dies. We also pointed out recommendations for choosing the right paper. Finally, we looked over some of the present researches in this field. In the experimental part we defined the methods used for 3D-modeling in program called Blender. We then introduced 3D-printer Form 2 and photopolymer Grey resin along with 3D-print preparation. This was followed by describing the finishing of printed dies, where we must clean the unfortified photopolymer off the die and cure it with ultraviolet light. Afterwards we compared the printed dies with their digital model and evaluated precision of printing with the help of vernier caliper and photo analysis. We carried out blind embossing by three tools or devices. Then we uncovered that the method with the holder of a paper cutting machine was the most successful with our demands, which were that the register is precise and the printing pressure is even and consistent. The paper used had 50% of cotton fibers and stayed consistent. Lastly, we evaluated the blind embosses with the help of vernier caliper and photo analysis. In the research we realized that the support structures in 3D-printing must be strong to prevent deformation. Furthermore, the empty space between male and female die effects the sharpness of the emboss. Also, the male’s die relief height must be greater than the female’s, since it effects the desired end emboss relief height. The result of the research was a sharp emboss on paper. This supports the fact that we can substitute a classic production of an embossing die with 3D-printed one for low printing runs.