ArtDollsNaturally's Shop Announcement

NOTICE: THE SHOP WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL JAN 24. Meanwhile please come in and browse. Feel free to conve me meantime.
'Art Dolls Naurally' is ooak dolls made from Corn Husks, dried apples and other found materials such as all new scraps of yarn or fabric. Check my shop often as I intend to keep adding different dolls as I go along. I would love to hear from you so please feel free to convo me with questions or suggestions. Welcome, come in and browse.

ArtDollsNaturally's Shop Policies

Welcome

Thank you for visiting. If you have any questions which are not addressed here please convo and I will answer as best I can. Please read descriptions and examine pictures carefully as nature creates each doll differently and sometimes they have character flaws.
All my items come from a smoke free home.

Payment

I accept PayPal and Direct Check, which is a method of payment using your credit card. In most cases I will mail out your order within three days of receiving payment. If you need your purchase in a hurry let me know and I will help.

Shipping

I use USPS Priority Mail for shipping. All items are well packaged. Normally orders take about one week to arrive. Delivery Confirmation is included and I will send you the tracking information. I ship to your Etsy address unless otherwise specified. I am sorry but I do not ship the corn husk dolls internationally. For other items which are shipped internationally I ask you to be responsible for checking customs regulations in the country of receipt. Thank you for this trouble.

Refunds and Exchanges

To US buyers:
Your satisfaction is extremely important to me so if you are in the least unhappy with your purchase return it within one week and I will refund the cost and also the cost of return postage.
To International buyers:
This policy applies also but I am sorry I cannot return the cost of postage.

Additional Policies and FAQs

HOW DOLLS ARE MADE:
Corn Husk dolls were first made by Native Americans. As I have always taken an interest in the history and tradition of where ever I happen to live I was inspired to try my hand at this ancient art form. I work with the husks damp, tying. twisting and sometimes sewing them together while taking direction from their natural inclination. No glue is used. The dolls are then allowed to dry as they wish and develop their own personalities. To give the doll life and movement I look for husks which are imperfect (this one is discolored, that one has a ragged edge, the other will not lie flat and so on). The corn husk dolls which I make have no faces as it is believed that beauty comes from within.
Dolls which I make from mixed media are from scraps and thrift shop finds.
All my dolls are my own design, hand made by me and are copyright.

Last Updated September 15, 2013