Fun shaped rings made of acrylic is the perfect affordable gift to give your family and friends for this holiday season.
We're introducing Acrylings! These fun shapes made of acrylic are the perfect affordable gift to give to your family and friends for this holiday season. You will receive your orders just in time for this Christmas!
We hand-finish each of our rings to provide the utmost satisfaction out of acrylics.
We want to share our great idea of these rings that are not just fun but affordable to anyone. We are college students with a idea that hopefully YOU can help make our idea become a reality!
With your help, we are hoping to reach our goal to cover the tooling and material costs to get these one of a kind rings out to the streets! Your support will also fund for us in the future to start our website, expand our material choices, and create this into an iconic brand itself!
We had so much fun shooting Acryling, so we'd love to share our moments with you guys. Check it out!
Here's our final product, what you see here is what you get! The packaging come gift ready which means you can send it right away with you name on it to your loved ones. But be careful when opening, the ring pops up!
When the funding is over, we will send you an email regarding which design, color, and size. Don't worry it's easy to order! (If you want more than one, just multiply the pledge by the number of rings you want)
Here is how:
First pick your favorite design silhouette and tell us the code under each silhouette
then pick your color and thickness indicated
finally pick your size!
But we can always adjust the size! so don't hesitate to ask for your size!
Thank you so much for your support and please help our vision of seeing this on the streets become a reality! We hope you are inspired and thrilled by our idea and spread the word about our project. Tell your friends and spread the word, everyone appreciates a fun idea!
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Thanks and enjoy our Acryling!
Have a question? If the info above doesn't help, you can ask the project creator directly.