I am happy to make these in any specific colors of your choosing, and recently have begun adding a small number of drippers to my Etsy shop as a trial. Taking multiple photos of each product is a bit more work, however people seem receptive to seeing exactly what they are getting so I’ll be expanding that soon.
Deviating from a “made to go” mindset also allows me to experiment with different color combinations such as blacks, browns and silver (my least 3 requested colors), and I can also create simpler palettes since some on the autism spectrum only like certain colors. As an example, some only like the colors of fire and wouldn’t want any contrasting shades or “cool” tones. Others may want ocean colors, and others may want monochromatic ones featuring several shades in the same family.
It has been two years since I launched Colordripper v1.0. In spite of having no science background (I never even took basic chemistry in High School for instance), I have made something novel that is providing genuine therapeutic value to people primarily on the autism spectrum, as well as to people with PTSD, SPD and other sensory issues. Public feedback & private emails I receive are a reflection that they are helping in some small way.
There were some hiccups initially — most embarrassingly when the 99.99% isopropyl alcohol I was using to break up the oils was causing some of the glue seams in earlier models to leak. However, in spite of my naivety, I have continued to make iterations and changes to the formula based on feedback and now they are more colorful and flow better than ever.
As an aside, shipping costs are increasing at an average of 5-10% each year and the raw cost of the oils and materials is also increasing, but I am still looking for ways to reduce the price & will make reductions when available.