Come On, Barbie Let's Go Party
Are you a Barbie girl in a Barbie world? Then these are the dice for you!
These resin dice feature a hot pink and gold dirty pour in a clear base, inked in gold. They are soft edge dice, so they feel comfortable in your hand. They are standard sized dice as well.
This full 7 piece set was handmade by me at the beginning of my dice making journey, so there are some noticeable flaws. I have included some pictures of the worst flaws at the end. The d20 also has a small void on the edge of the 1 and 7 faces similar to the void shown in the d12. I have tested the rolls for both the d12 and d20, and they both roll completely fine. I understand that these are big aesthetic flaws, however, so I have lowered the price to reflect that.
Resin is a tough, yet delicate medium to work with and care for. Although it is rock hard, it can be scratched after some wear and tear, and the colors can fade or change if left in direct sunlight. For best care, store in a cool, soft place. A velvet bag or a foam lined tin is recommended. Try to roll dice on a smooth, even surface. Most resins can change color over time, especially if it is white colored or if it is left in direct sunlight for long periods of time. If you purchase light or white colored resin products, they can yellow over time. This is a natural process wherein the UV rays from the sun activate the polymers in resin and cause them to break down. To extend the color and the life of your resin piece, keeping them out of direct sunlight is best.
If you wish to polish your resin piece to give it a little extra shine, always use a microfiber towel and Plastx or Scratchx polishing paste. Anything that is not a microfiber towel will likely scratch your piece even more. The polishing pastes can be found at local stores in the automotive section.