JetAgeStudio

Unique Fine Craft Art Supply

Arizona, United States

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

Announcement    👉 HUGE THANK YOU to my wonderful customers!! 🧡 Without you, we could not exist! Thank you for being patient with us while we pack and ship your recent orders. TREMENDOUS THANK YOU to Susan at TurtleSoupBeads for sharing her creative techniques with you using our pigments and flakes. If you haven't subscribed to her channel yet, please do so! Amazing inspiration there! https://youtu.be/Ya3YC2t_IuA 🧡

PLEASE EXPECT DELAYS IN DELIVERY TIMES DUE TO INTERNAL ISSUES WITHIN USPS SERVICES. Please understand once we ship the order, delivery delays are out of our control. If you experience a wait time of over 15 days, kindly contact me to run a trace for you. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the less than ideal service. If you need your order upgraded to a faster service, kindly message me for a price quote. Thanks! Renee Wiggins

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Last updated on May 9, 2021

👉 HUGE THANK YOU to my wonderful customers!! 🧡 Without you, we could not exist! Thank you for being patient with us while we pack and ship your recent orders. TREMENDOUS THANK YOU to Susan at TurtleSoupBeads for sharing her creative techniques with you using our pigments and flakes. If you haven't subscribed to her channel yet, please do so! Amazing inspiration there! https://youtu.be/Ya3YC2t_IuA 🧡

PLEASE EXPECT DELAYS IN DELIVERY TIMES DUE TO INTERNAL ISSUES WITHIN USPS SERVICES. Please understand once we ship the order, delivery delays are out of our control. If you experience a wait time of over 15 days, kindly contact me to run a trace for you. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the less than ideal service. If you need your order upgraded to a faster service, kindly message me for a price quote. Thanks! Renee Wiggins

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About JetAgeStudio

Sales 27,221
On Etsy since 2007

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  • Renee Wiggins

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    JetAge Studio; a fine art studio specializing in gorgeous high temp color changing pigments for lampworking & glass arts, as well as fine art specialty pigments & glitters for creative art mediums in polymer clay, resin, paper, paint & cosmetic arts.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2021
Thanks for your purchase! We really appreciate your business, and want you to have a great experience with us and come back again, so if you should ever have any questions, feel free to email us.

Check out our FAQ section below for answers to our most common questions.

Enjoy browsing the shop!

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 12 hours of purchase
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Questions about your order?
Please if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
If for any reason you're not satisfied with your purchase, please email us. We want to make sure you're happy, and come back to shop with us again, so please email us with any questions or dissatisfaction so we can offer a solution. We offer refunds minus any shipping costs on items that have not been damaged, or if supplies are unused. A request for a refund will be honored within 14 days of receipt of your package. We offer many angles of photos of the items you're buying so you should always have an accurate description of your purchase. If you feel our description of the item was incorrect, please contact us.

If you need to cancel a sale, please contact us first. We would like to have the opportunity to discus and address your questions.
Payment
PayPal and Etsy payments accepted, and credit or debit cards through Etsy. No personal checks.
Shipping
Please note, we currently do not ship to Egypt, South America and areas of the Middle East and Africa (except for South Africa). We apologize for any inconvenience. Regarding other countries; COVID19 delays are currently in effect (5/2020) until further notice. See our notice at the top by our shop's banner for current announcements regarding any updates.

We ship our items with the utmost care and pack our work very securely. We ship within 5 business days via USPS First Class Mail with a trackable number. Occasionally, I can ship USPS International in a flat rate envelope to save you money. In this case, your pigments will be shipped in a small zip bag (up to 7 or 8 colors depending on bulk), to ship flat. If you do NOT want your pigments in a small bag, and require the standard jar, message your preference with your order number at checkout. We'll ship the next most economical; First Class International. We are not responsible for additional fees such as customs fees incurred by your country should there be any, and is solely the responsibility of the buyer.

We protect our buyer's packages by using USPS package tracking. You can find your tracking number in your orders section once it has been shipped. *Please be aware that orders totaling over $150 USD may be required to have an adult signature to collect the package at no extra charge to you. This is due to value, and gives peace of mind for us and our buyers.
Additional policies and FAQs
By purchasing any items from JetAge Studio or any of its agents representing JetAge Studio on the Etsy platform, you (the buyer) agrees to hold JetAge Studio (the seller) harmless and without liability should any adverse reaction(s) occur from using our products due to ingesting, inhaling, or applying to skin, or from (or the consequence of) using our products that have been added to another product, that may result in skin rashes, allergies or respiratory distress, etc. JetAge Studio also bears no responsibility over how you use our products nor guarantees any particular result in usage. This policy statement also applies to your customer(s)/client(s) should you use our products in your resellable or gifted wares. JetAge Studio promises to discloses the ingredients or components of the products to the best of their ability in the shop listings, so any buyer can make an educated purchase. Should you need to obtain an ingredient list (MSDS) for your records, please contact the shop members for a digital copy.

More information

Last updated on Jun 17, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Are your pigments cosmetic safe?

Many of them are! Each listing gives specific uses or exceptions to a particular pigment, so look for that in the description section. When in doubt, feel free to send a convo.

Can I use your pigments in resin or polymer clay?

YES! As a working artist, I love the versatility of using unique pigments across many creative mediums, so I only stock those that are solvent safe, are non-fading, are safe for heated mediums up to at least 400F and of course are non-toxic to our health. All you need is a transparent carrier to suspend the pigments in, or raw polymer clay to put them on the surface, and you're good to go!

What about nail art?

Of course! All of our pigments are suitable for nail art and will create amazing unique effects. I would recommend using the flakes or powders with a gel coat medium and UV cure lamp for instant results.

Can I use your pigments to embellish something edible?

Although our flakes and powders are non-toxic, they should not be considered edible or ingestable. I would stick with food-quality products only.

Why are some pigments called "high temp", but not others? Do I need anything special to use these?

The original Lumiere Luster line is a new dichroic-like product for lampworking artists, such as myself, which is where the flake's high temp designation originated. But I found that they are just as amazing to work with in other mediums, not just for lampworkers! However, for lampwork or glass enamel use, use only those that are in our "high temp" section to ensure they're safe for glassworking temperatures (1000+ degrees F). You can also download a copy of my free PDF tutorial here: http://www.jetagestudio.com/PDF/Lumiere%20Lusters%20tutorial%20JetAge%20Studio.pdf

If you're not a glassworker, the "high temp" designation is pretty much meaningless, so you're safe to use ANY of the pigments in any medium you like, with beautiful results.

Where's that free lampworking PDF you mentioned?

Pop this thread into your browser address bar:

http://www.jetagestudio.com/PDF/Lumiere%20Lusters%20tutorial%20JetAge%20Studio.pdf

Why are these flakes of yours so "fly-away"?

We get that a lot! It's the nature of this particular product. Kind of an industrial marvel if you ask me how lightweight they are! We like to fill the jars right up to the top so it might be a little messy when you first open the jars; we sincerely apologize for this. Just be sure you aren't working with the flakes around any open windows or fans and it should cut down on how much they fly around. Remember: Art is Messy! 😁

Can your flakes be used on paper or scrapbooks?

Yes. There's quite a few awesome YouTube videos out there about paper embellishment with metallic foils or gilding flakes. Our flake pigments (and powders as well) will work exactly the same as metal leaf or foils. Take a look at this great video for some inspiration and a how-to use with different types of "glues" to stick down the flakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtq_UeJddyc

In addition to that, we've had some watercolor artists ask if they can make custom watercolor pan pigments with our fine powders and the answer is "yes"! It might take a little fiddling to find the right ratio of pigment to binder, but that's where your creativity comes in. Experiment with our ultra fine Discotek powder or ultra fine super shift powders!

Can I use your pigments in soaps and lotions?

Most likely, yes. I don't know all the different base formulas in soap arts but most of our mica based pigments should work just fine and are cosmetically safe. I would not recommend our chameleon flakes, however, unless it is used as a surface finishing touch (not mixed in). Testing is recommended for coloring and shimmer effects desired.