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Dice set – Small Sticker Sheet by Burrows Art

$5.00

📍 Pick up available from our Fitzroy store

✔️ Available within 24-48 hours

🎁 Free gift wrapping (request at cart)
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Fitzroy7
Melbourne Central0
SKU: 269725
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Are you a dice goblin, too?One of the best and most expressive aspects of any DnD player’s arsenal is an even more expressive dice horde. Now, you can have your dice in a sticker format, too!Comes in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and violet. Plenty of colour options to suit any character!These stickers are suitable for journals, planners or decoration. They come on matte sticker paper with a strong adhesive.
While I’ve been consuming fantasy content for as long as I can remember, I also completed a Bachelor of Arts in Ancient History. It’s inspired me to not only create fictional worlds, but also recreate historical items like the Lover’s Eye.I started my art journey in 2017 and haven’t put down a pencil since. It was a way to bring my fictional characters and worlds to life, and I strive to become better at what I do – and continue writing little stories through the works I make!
Please be mindful that all sticker sheets are vinyl, but are water resistant. For individual stickers, they are water-proof and dishwasher safe.
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Burrows Art

Whimsical Fantasy Stationery and Accessories

Hi! I’m Megan Burrows, and I create stationery and accessories inspired by fantasy and historical media. I’ve been living in fantasy worlds through books, TV series and movies for as long as I can remember, and I’ve always been passionate about creating my own worlds in my art. I’ve translated that into sticker designs based on my own original fantasy art, as well as media like Dungeons and Dragons, Dragon Age or Final Fantasy.I also create historical accessories like Lover’s Eyes by first digitally painting eyes, and putting them together. But I make them with a macabre twist – I’m a big horror fan!