On Your Desk
On Your Desk

An apology to Etsy "Print Sale" buyers:

Sad Child

It has come to my attention that some of the prints mailed from the Endicott Studio office in Arizona (where they are stored) went into the post without adequate protective packaging. Since I live in England and didn't mail the art myself, I wasn't aware of the problem until the prints began showing up at their destinations creased, rumpled, or otherwise damaged. But I take full responsibility for any damaged prints and want to make good on these orders just as quickly as I can.

If you recently bought a print from my Etsy shop, and it comes to you damaged in ANY way, even slightly, please contact me via Etsy immediately. I will either send you a replacement print at my expense, or refund your money, whichever you prefer. I feel just awful about this, and hope that anyone affected will get in touch with me right away. (I'm particularly worried about all you buyers from overseas whose prints may have been crunched in the International post.) If you bought a print intended as a Christmas present, we'll do our very best to get a new print out to you in time.

My print sale is now over. Thank you to everyone who bought a print, and an even bigger thank you to those of you who are patiently awaiting replacement prints.


My print arrived safely, in perfect condition. It's lovely!

Oh, I wish I'd known about the print sale! I used to follow your other blog (Endicott) religiously but had lost track of you until Mr. de Lint posted this link on Facebook. Oh well, glad to have found you again, anyway.

Oh, of course now I see you also announced it on the Endicott blog! Boo, I should have stayed caught up. I now have both these blogs linked on my own.

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