Custom Orders

**Please note that if you submit a custom order within three weeks of expected completion date,

you will incur a 15% rush-order fee.**

 

     So you want something crafted specifically for you or a treasured person?  Awesome!  I love custom orders!

     To get started, fill out the form and read through the info underneath. 

Feel free to contact me with any questions.  Let's get started crafting a one-of-a-kind piece that is uniquely yours!  

 

The details

Essentially...

  • You fill out the handy-dandy form up above. 

  • We connect to discuss what you want: material options, cost estimate, etc.  

  • I confirm if I am able to fulfill the order.  If so, I'll create a rough draft and send it to you for approval.

  • You approve the rough draft - or not - and we tweak it based on your feedback.  I want the final piece to be perfect!

  • You approve the final design.

  • I make the piece and send you a picture.

  • You approve the piece.  Or, you don't and we revise as needed.  

  • I send you an invoice with the final price (if you need it mailed, let me know - I can do that!).  

  • You pay the invoice and I ship the piece within 2-3 business days upon receipt of payment.

 

    Ordering a custom piece means you are paying for materials and my time.   Billed time is at a rate of $20 per hour and includes all drafting, revising and crafting.


    I reserve the right to refuse a custom order, but will never do so without an explanation.  I am not responsible for sending you to someone who might be able to complete your request. 

    NOTE: If you do not pay the invoice within two weeks, you give up the piece and I put it in my shop.  If you have explained the reason for the delay ahead of time, I may make an exception.  Life can be a four-letter word sometimes...I get it!  No matter the reason, you will not receive the piece until the invoice is paid.


    Finally, if you return the piece or do not like the final item (and revising does not fix the issue), it will go into my shop.  We can then get starting on something else that is hopefully a bit more perfect!
 

Okay, what can I make for you?