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I'm a freelance artist and crafter of handmade dice. I'm female (she/her), based in the US, surrounded by animals, my sign is Cancer, and I'm in a long term relationship with art, my bestie (Dakota), and coffee.Welcome to my little corner of the internet! If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to shoot me a message! (Ways to reach me are all listed here!)If you'd like to watch me create things, make sure to join my Discord server! I definitely post there the most!(And follow my Ko-Fi page to never miss a thing!)

Daarka.crd.co

Status:

CLOSED

[Current Queue]

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My rate is $20 (USD) per hour.

To ensure the finished product is of an acceptable quality,
I do not give quotes smaller than $20 (1 hour of work).

Want to show support without commissioning?
Tips are always appreciated!

HumanoidsCreaturesAnthrosHorror/GoreNSFW*Mech (With References!)Weapons/Items

Certain Fetishes*Hateful or Harmful ContentTrademarked CharactersUnderage NSFW

*For an in-depth list of what NSFW elements I will and will not draw, click [HERE]If you have something in mind that isn't listed there, just shoot me a message and ask!

What to Expect

Please read these terms in full. Failure to read them does not exempt you from them.
By contacting me, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to these terms.
I (the artist) am available to arrange commissions any time the above status indicates my commissions are open. To inquire about a commission in that circumstance, please contact me through Discord or Email. You (the client) may reach out to me on any platform with an inquiry, but for convenience's sake, I will ask that we move the discussion to the aforementioned platforms if possible.Before contacting me, please review the information above regarding what I am and am not willing to draw. I will not make exceptions to those guidelines, so please do not inquire about a commission containing content I have explicitly stated I will not draw.Once you have explained what kind of piece it is you are wanting me to create, I will give you a price quote. Quotes are based on my estimate of how many hours it will take me to complete the piece. If my estimate turns out to be inaccurate, you will not be charged extra, and I will honor the original quote regardless of the time actually spent on the piece. Please see above for my current hourly rates.I require 100% of the payment to be made in full before I start working. I use PayPal invoices, and will require a PayPal address from you to have somewhere to send the invoice. Unless otherwise stated, the invoice will include a $5.30 consultation fee, and a 2.9% transactional fee (all prices listed here are in USD). The client's position in my queue is not guaranteed until after the full payment is received; I typically work in the order of first payed, first served. I reserve the right to deviate from this and work out of order if I deem it necessary, but I will generally uphold this structure.I will be in frequent communication with the client to inform them of the estimated wait period, as well as any setbacks that occur. If a specific deadline is provided, it will be noted on the invoice. Otherwise, the commission will be addressed at my earliest convenience. Deadlines that are requested after the invoice has been sent and paid are not guaranteed.For larger pieces that require more check-ins, I will send the client periodic screenshots of the in-progress art to get their approval and make any adjustments they request. If the client would like a small detail changed in the finished art they receive, I can usually do this for free, but please keep in mind that significant changes may require additional payments depending on how much longer it will take me to work on the new changes. Edits that are required due to a misunderstanding on my end will always be handled free of charge. Likewise, edits requested based on details that were not disclosed in the original consultation and are being added well into production, or even after the piece is completed, will almost always be subject to additional charge.You may receive a second email at some point from PayPal regarding the "shipment" of your order. Please disregard this email. I have to tell PayPal that your order does not require physical shipping and has been successfully processed as digital goods, or else I can potentially get in trouble for "never shipping the order". It's a technicality that will not affect you, and I apologize for any confusion!

Usage Rules

Commissioning me does not mean you own my art. You are buying the rights to use it within the limitations I set. I will always be the owner of my own creations, and I ask that my customers respect that.• Please respect the art/artist. If someone asks who drew it, please answer honestly. I provide finished commissions with very unobtrusive watermarks, so please leave them intact and do not move/edit/crop them out. It's simply a common courtesy to not deny an artist credit for something they worked hard on.• Never re-upload my art to any gallery, blog, social media platform, etc. You are welcome to reblog/share my original post. "Even if I credit you?" Even then, the answer is no.• Please do not edit my drawings without my written permission. If you'd like something changed or added, please ask me to do so, and do not change anything yourself. This includes coloring my lineart and other similar edits; I ask that you do not change my work in any way. The only exception to this rule is that I do allow the customer (and only the customer) to use my cropped art as-is for an online avatar or similar use, provided they agree to follow the rest of my usage rules.

Refunds

If you would like a refund and I have not in any way begun work on your commission, I will happily return your payment, with the exception of the consultation fee, which is non-refundable. You are allowed a full refund once. If you continue to commission me, only to immediately ask for a refund, you will be entitled to exactly half of your payment back. If you continue to do this even after this penalty, you may be subject to being blacklisted, and I will no longer agree to work for you in any way.I do not, under any circumstances, provide refunds once I have begun work on your commission. If I have started on your project and you would like to cancel it, you may do so--but no amount of your payment will be returned. However, you will receive whatever art I have completed at that point.

Deadlines

If you have a specific deadline you need a commission done by and it gives me a reasonable amount of time to complete your project, I will do everything in my power to get your art to you before then. Life is unpredictable, but I will prioritize your commission as much as possible to get it to you in time. If you have a deadline, I need to be aware of it before payment. I will make note of the requested deadline on your invoice.As stated above, I do not provide refunds for any reason once I have started work on your project--and that includes refunds for missed deadlines or "taking too long". I will do everything I can to avoid such a mishap, and I will contact you as much as possible to notify you of any delays. That said, you will still be receiving finished art, which is what you paid for. Since there is no added fee for a deadline, there would be nothing to reasonably refund.

Blacklisting

If I have reason to believe my customer is attempting to scam me out of art by disputing the transaction or issuing a charge-back, the customer forfeits all rights to the art and there will be no refund. Please note that I will be able to provide proof in the form of screenshots with time stamps to show any and all relevant communication between myself and the customer, as well as any files that were successfully delivered.I have a one-strike policy for scams; you will immediately be blacklisted, and I will not do business with you again. Please note that the blacklist applies to the person, not the username. Contacting me through a different alias does not circumvent being blacklisted. I also reserve the right to share my reasoning for blacklisting you for the purpose of protecting other artists from potential future scams. Please also note that being blacklisted excludes you from all future events, promotions, auctions, sales, etc and includes my drawn art, my dice, and anything else I may produce.

Status:

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Standard SetsChonk D20s & D6sMini SetsD2 CoinsLeft-Right-Center Sets

Recreating other maker's workRecreating my past work for private clientsHarmful themes of bigotry or hatredCustom fonts / logos *

*In almost all cases, I will not offer custom mold designs. Producing dice with a custom font or even the tiniest custom logo/marking is hugely resource intensive, and is not cost efficient for the client.

What to Expect

Please read these terms in full. Failure to read them does not exempt you from them.
By contacting me, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to these terms.
I (the artist) am available to arrange commissions any time the above status indicates my commissions are open. To inquire about a commission in that circumstance, please contact me through Discord or Email. You (the client) may reach out to me on any platform with an inquiry, but for convenience's sake, I will ask that we move the discussion to the aforementioned platforms if possible.Before contacting me, please review the information above regarding what I am and am not willing to make. I will not make exceptions to those guidelines, so please do not inquire about a commission containing content I have explicitly stated I will not make.Once you have explained what kind of piece it is you are wanting me to create, I will give you a price quote. Quotes start at the base prices listed here, and may increase due to the complexity of what is being requested.I require 100% of the payment to be made in full before I start working. You will be provided with a listing on my shop you can purchase to complete your order. Unless otherwise stated, the price will include a $5.30 consultation fee, and a 2.9% transactional fee (all prices listed here are in USD), as well as shipping costs that vary based on your location. The client's position in my queue is not guaranteed until after the full payment is received; I typically work in the order of first payed, first served. I reserve the right to deviate from this and work out of order if I deem it necessary, but I will generally uphold this structure.I will be in frequent communication with the client to inform them of the estimated wait period, as well as any setbacks that occur. If a specific deadline is provided, it will be noted on the invoice. Otherwise, the commission will be addressed at my earliest convenience. Deadlines that are requested after the invoice has been sent and paid are not guaranteed. Most projects have an approximate production time of 4-6 weeks. You will be notified of delays beyond this.If you would like details of your dice changed, you may request this any time before I begin work. Once I have started casting the resin, it will be impossible to "edit" the design. Should you wish to request a second cast with a different design, you will need to pay additionally for a second set. If you change your mind on the paint color you want after I have begun painting, I will require an additional fee to repaint the dice; (in USD) $5 for 1 die - $12 for 7 dice. Failed casts will be redone free of charge, as will any re-casting that is necessary due to my own error or misunderstanding.For projects where the design is intended to be my interpretation of a provided moodboard, I do not typically offer redos of the design itself, as my artistic liberty is an intended part of the process.I ship with USPS, and default to 2-5 day shipping (domestic); if you would like shipping to be expedited (1-3 days / 1-2 days available), please contact me and I will arrange it for an additional cost. I do ship internationally as well, wherever shipments are possible from the United States. In most cases, shipping is $4 within the US, and $13 internationally. The package you receive will be labeled as from "The Daarka Arts", and unless otherwise stated, will be a 4x6" bubble mailer. Please ensure the information you provide for shipping, including the recipient name, at checkout is accurate!

Usage Rules

• Please respect the art/artist. If someone asks who made the dice, please answer honestly. It's simply a common courtesy to not deny an artist credit for something they worked hard on.• If you would like to photograph and share the dice I made for you on social media, I kindly request that you link to me (just Daarka.com is fine!) or tag me in the post so others may find me if they are interested! Adding the tag #DaarkaArts to your post is also helpful to me!
You can also directly tag me at:
Discord: @Daarka#0002 // Server: Discord.gg/gWJgUxx
Twitter: @DaarkaArts
Tumblr: @Daarka
Instagram: @DaarkaArts
YouTube: @Daarka
TikTok: @DaarkaArts
Facebook: @DaarkaArts
Pillowfort: @Daarka
Reddit: @DaarkaArts
Imgur: @Daarka
Please do not post my work on sites only meant to showcase your own creations, such as DeviantART, Artfol, etc.
• You are strictly prohibited from making molds of my dice for any purpose. These designs, fonts, and logos are made entirely by myself, and reproduction of them by anyone other than myself may warrant legal action.• I ask that you do not resell my dice for profit (more than what you paid for them).• I do not do wholesale arrangements.

Refunds

If you would like a refund and I have not in any way begun work on your commission, I will happily return your payment, with the exception of the consultation fee, which is non-refundable. You are allowed a full refund once. If you continue to commission me, only to immediately ask for a refund, you will be entitled to exactly half of your payment back. If you continue to do this even after this penalty, you may be subject to being blacklisted, and I will no longer agree to work for you in any way.If a refund is requested after I have started work on your order, you are entitled to a one-time refund of 50% of the total invoice cost; I reserve the right to then finish your dice and sell them elsewhere. It is extremely rare, but should a package be lost in transit, with ample proof that it did not arrive for 30 days after it was shipped (60 days for international orders), I will work with you to arrange a replacement.

Returns

Returns will only be approved under the condition that dice were considerably damaged upon arrival. Due to their handmade nature, minor imperfections may occur, though these will be disclosed in the listing and will not be subject to returns or refunds. If any dice have been severely damaged in a way that clearly occurred during transit, you must contact me immediately (within 3 days of receiving the package) with thorough photos of the damage, and I will give you the option to either send them back for repairs (client pays shipping one way, I pay for shipping on the return), or--if repairs will be impossible--have a replacement order made (client must return damaged set first, I will pay shipping on the replacement), or keep the damaged set and receive a 30% discount for future purchases. If possible, depending on the damage, I can also walk the client through how to mend minor issues themselves at no charge.

Deadlines

If you have a specific deadline you need a commission done by and it gives me a reasonable amount of time to complete your project, I will do everything in my power to get your dice to you before then. Life is unpredictable, but I will prioritize your commission as much as possible to get it to you in time. Most commissions are completed within up to 4-6 weeks, unless otherwise specified. If you have a deadline, I need to be aware of it before payment. I will make note of the requested deadline on your invoice.I do not provide refunds for missed deadlines or "taking too long". I will do everything I can to avoid such a mishap, and I will contact you as much as possible to notify you of any delays. That said, you will still be receiving finished dice, which is what you paid for. Since there is no added fee for a deadline, there would be nothing to reasonably refund.

Blacklisting

If I have reason to believe my customer is attempting to scam me out of product or payment by disputing the transaction or issuing a charge-back, the customer forfeits all rights to the product and there will be no refund. Please note that I will be able to provide proof in the form of screenshots with time stamps to show any and all relevant communication between myself and the customer, as well as any packages that were successfully delivered.I have a one-strike policy for scams; you will immediately be blacklisted, and I will not do business with you again. Please note that the blacklist applies to the person, not the username. Contacting me through a different alias does not circumvent being blacklisted. I also reserve the right to share my reasoning for blacklisting you for the purpose of protecting other artists from potential future scams. Please also note that being blacklisted excludes you from all future events, promotions, auctions, sales, etc.

Contact me directly via email:

If you're trying to get in contact with me, the best places to reach me are the sites linked above, or the email form to the left! Emails sent this way will go directly to my personal email, where I can then respond to you!If you're just looking for places to follow me online, I've listed my accounts across the internet below!Also check out:

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About Me!

I'm Daarka!
♀️♋️🇺🇸🎨🎲🦊☕️
I'm a freelance artist and crafter of handmade dice. I'm female (she/her), based in the US, surrounded by animals, my sign is Cancer, and I'm in a long term relationship with my art, my bestie (Dakota), and coffee.

Fun fact: "Daarka" is a combination of merging the first couple letters of my first + middle name together!

I'm an animal lover (including the weird ones), with a particular fondness for rats, foxes, horses (I grew up a chronic Horse Girl™), and other, more obscure friends. I'm into Vulture Culture and love collecting dead things. My favorite color is red, and my Starbucks order of choice is commonly a Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino. I've been riding horses my entire life and I know my way around a saddle, and I usually have a weird assortment of animals in my room (sometimes including a spider I caught outside). I've also been doing written roleplay most of my life, having finally gotten on the D&D bandwagon in the last couple years to compliment the hobby (and I love it). Prior to D&D, I was into (and, for a time, administrated my own guild for) Nightmare Court / sylvari roleplay communities. We stan Critical Role in this house. I listen to a variety of music depending on my current mood, I love massively oversized hoodies (and weather cool enough to let me wear them) and my room is a mess. I live in Arizona and I adore the Sonoran Desert. I would love to draw more than I do, but years ago I overworked myself and developed carpal tunnel, which I'm just stuck with now. I'm neurodivergent and high-masking ASD. My bed looks like a nest. I'm surrounded by people I love and I love what I do.

Got a question? Check out my FAQ!

F.A.Q.

What program do you use?
Primarily Procreate on my iPad. While drawing on my PC is very hard on my carpal tunnel, that was my default for a long time, and any work done on my PC is in PaintToolSAI v2.0.
What tablet do you use?
iPad (7th Gen.) + Apple Pencil; Wacom Bamboo Capture when using my PC (rare).
How long have you been drawing?
My whole life, really. From when I was old enough to hold a pencil, I've been doodling constantly, and I never really stopped.
Do you have any training?
Nope. I'm more or less self-taught. I've never taken any actual art courses, and most of my techniques are consequentially pretty simplistic. I'm not able to attend college due to disability, so I make do with the tools I've got.
Where can I learn more about the dice you make?
Info is posted here, and you can browse what I have available for sale at Shop.Daarka.com!
Are you open for commissions?
You can check the present status on the Commissions page! (Or this page for dice!)
Are you open for art trades?
Not usually. I will consider art trades with friends / mutual followers, however. I do my best to participate in Art Fight every year, though! (See below!)
Are you open for requests?
No. Please do not approach me asking for free art; the answer will be no, and I will be disinclined to even do paid work for you after that.
Can I post your art somewhere online?
No. I am grateful for reblogs and shares, but please do not re-upload my work anywhere yourself. That includes art I may have created for you on commission. "Even if I credit you?" Even then, the answer is still no. If you'd like to share my work on social media, please reblog/retweet/etc where I myself have posted it (you can see where to find my social media accounts here!)
Can I trace your art for practice, or color your line art?
I ask that you do not. I can't stop you, but I do not support doing this unless an artist has explicitly granted you permission--which I have not. If you're inspired by my art, I am genuinely flattered, but people tracing, coloring, "finishing", or otherwise adding to my creations makes me uncomfortable, and I do not give my consent for that.
I want to know more about the characters you draw!
Most, if not all of them, will be listed here! If you have specific questions, I would love to answer them! Feel free to send those questions as asks on Tumblr!
Do you happen to be a part of Art Fight?
Yes! I've even had my character, Daarka, on the banner for 3 different years! My profile can be found here, and I'd love to see you at the next fight!

This is always the first (and sometimes only) thing people ask.Handmade dice, with very few exceptions, are at least as balanced as factory dice—usually moreso! Handmade dice contain fewer bubbles and voids than most mass-produced dice.The only major reason for handmade dice to be unbalanced would be large and heavy inclusions (something even factory dice sometimes have!), and I will always note anything of this nature clearly in each shop listing.Angles and velocity (as well as the surface tension of your table/dice tray) have more to do with the outcome of your roll than a tiny bubble or slightly curved corner. ♡

Are these expensive for dice?

In comparison to mass-produced, factory-made dice that might stock your local game store for as cheap as $5 per set, I can absolutely understand the shock that these prices might create! However, unlike those mass-produced dice, every single die I (and other dice makers) sell are painstakingly designed, poured, sanded, polished, and painted all by hand. Not only are these time-consuming labors of love, but it has taken me personally almost two years to learn and refine my craft before this storefront was created--and during that time, I have easily spent thousands of dollars on professional equipment to ensure the best possible quality product.Furthermore, handmade dice boast one of a kind personalities that factories just can't hold a candle to; the dice you buy from me may very well be the only ones of their likeness in all the world! When you add up the material costs (resin and silicone aren't cheap, and that's not even counting the things I use to make that resin colorful and pretty!) on top of the costs for the equipment I use to produce the quality of dice you see (even less cheap!) on top of the days of work it takes to complete just one set--and the years of a journey to hone my craft to this level--and the prices listed here start to make more sense! You're paying for functional pieces of high-quality art!

Started From The Bottom - Now We're Here

Standard SetStarts At:
7pc - 1 of each basic die type$97 USD
+1d20 ("Advantage" set)+$21 USD
Mini SetStarts At:
7pc - 1 of each basic die type$67 USD
+ mini 1d20 ("Advantage" set)+$15 USD
Set Add-OnsStarts At:
+1 d2 Coin+$7 USD
+1d20 Chonk+$35 USD
SinglesStarts At:
1d20 (Regular 20mm)$25 USD
1d20 Chonk (30mm)$38 USD
1d20 Mini (13.5mm)$16 USD
1d12 / 1d% / 1d10$12 USD
1d8 / 1d6$10 USD
1d4 / 1d2 Coin$8 USD

Do your dice have any notable imperfections?

Seeing as these dice are all handmade by a real human being (me), they are absolutely prone to small flaws. These may include things like microscopic scratches, chips, scuffs, dents, etc. However, any perceptible blemishes of this nature will be noted in the listing description, with photographs of the imperfections provided so you can see for yourself--and flaws of this nature will not impact the die's performance! I will not list dice that have sizeable air bubbles, missing chunks, warped features, or anything else that would be objectively disappointing to receive.Please understand that a degree of tiny (usually imperceptible!) blemishes come with the territory of a handmade resin craft such as these! It's also possible that they could accrue scratches if you have them in contact with anything particularly abrasive, but I have never experienced my dice suffering any real wear through use or age, so I'm confident that they can last you a lifetime!

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Ko-Fi.com/Daarka

I accept one-time tips through my Ko-Fi (click above!), but I also offer memberships for recurring monthly payments! This functions exactly like Patreon, it's just a different platform!

♡ About Monthly Giveaways ♡

My highest tier subscribers (Cocoa Frappuccino tier) get 1 free d20 every month!
For details on how that works, check out this article! ♡

I love working off moodboards or characters when designing dice! Below are the examples of prior instances of doing this, with the most recent ones at the top!

I find making moodboards to be very useful for several different things in my life, so I wanted to create a little tutorial I could easily link people on how anyone can create their own!https://spark.adobe.com/sp

First off, you'll want to make an account--or generate one by linking a Google/etc account. Then you should end up on this page; you'll want to click the "+" sign in the top left, and select "Collage" from the drop down that appears:

You'll be taken to this page, where you'll be able to upload or select your photos. You can enter a search term in the provided area and get a multitude of stock images generated on the right--though ones marked with a crown icon require a premium membership. Since Adobe largely populates these search results with premium stock, you may find it easier and more convenient (and with more options) to simply find images across the internet from any source of your choosing, and upload them directly. You can upload/select a maximum of 32 images.

When you have the images you want, click Next. You'll be taken to a page for canvas size selection. If you have been sent to this tutorial by myself to provide me specifically with a moodboard of your choosing, I ask that you create a "Square" collage. Click "Popular" OR "Standard" and then click "Square" (1:1). This will automatically create your project on a 2560x2560 canvas.

Next, your selected images will be automatically generated into a collage for you. You could, technically, just call it done at this stage, but if you want to fine tune the appearance, let's keep going!Firstly, you can adjust the sizes of the colored frame around your images by clicking "Background" on the right hand sidebar. You'll see two sliders in the window that pops up. To the right of them is an icon of a lock; you'll probably want to make sure it's shown as unlocked, which it should be by default; this will allow you to adjust the sliders independently. "Border" controls the width of the empty space framing the outside of your collage, while "cell" controls the width of the lines between each picture. You can reduce "cell" to it's minimum if you want no colored frame between images, and would prefer the images sit flush against each other.

You can also click on the border itself to adjust the color of it.

If you want to reposition which images are in what area of the collage, simply click, drag, and drop the image from where it is to the cell you want it to relocate to; it will switch positions with the image currently occupying that cell. Use this to rearrange images into preferable locations in the collage.You can click on a specific cell to have edit options pop up on the right. Using the sliders at the top of the this window, you can zoom in or out for that specific image, or even rotate or flip its orientation within the cell, so the exact part of the image you want is being framed. If you decide you don't like one of the images you selected, you can also click "Replace" to upload a new image to take its place.

Also on this edit window, you can activate filters or other settings to fine-tune the style and coloration of the images to coordinate it the way you want with the rest of the collage.

A great way to make your images all look uniform is to put them all through the same filter or enhancement settings. Suddenly, they will almost look like they share a palette!

To add further accents/adornments, you may want to sprinkle in some extra minor imagery. "Design Assets" on the left hand sidebar will provide you with several options for various overlays and elements to float over the collage. You can position these and adjust things like blend mode to your heart's content.

If you click "Shapes" on the left sidebar, a new window will open up where you can input a search term, and it will show extensive results of little clip art vectors. You can click one of these once to have it imported onto your collage, where an Edit window will then appear on the right. Clicking and dragging the circle in the corner of the border highlighting the new addition will allow you to resize it, and clicking and dragging either the image itself or the arrow crosshairs will reposition it; clicking and dragging the other arrow icon will rotate. You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move it one pixel at a time if you have it selected/highlighted. The "Edit Icon" sidebar will allow you to change the color, blend mode, filters, etc--the same as the editing options for the above Elements.

You can also add text in a similar fashion. To add, click the "Text" button on the left sidebar, and then click "+ Add your text" at the top of the window. A sidebar will expand on the right hand side that will allow you to input your desired text, and edit the colors and effects of said text. Text can be resized and repositioned just like the elements and shapes explained above.

To easily duplicate any vector icon or text so you can add something else using those same appearance settings, click the "Duplicate" icon next to the edit window.

Tweak to your heart's content! If you're happy with what you've created, click the "Download" button in the top right, select "PNG", and click "Start download". This will save the image to your hard drive, and you can then share it!

Adobe Spark auto-saves as you work, so you will always be able to log back in and access prior collages, and even continue to edit them. If you'd like to organize those that you create, you can click the title in the top left of the screen to edit the file name.

Those who have access to art programs of their choice may also desire to do further edits outside of Spark, and that's perfectly fine! The most important thing is that the final result is a visual you're happy with!

Enjoy!

What is "Dakota Rose"?

Dakota is my bestest friend, my platonic soulmate, and a wonderful creator themselves. Dakota makes gorgeous handmade jewelry and candles, and I promote those products alongside my own. Maybe you'll find something in that selection that you want to snag for yourself! Click below for his page!

Dakota Rose