KRHintonDesigns

K. R. Hinton Designs

Abilene, Texas · 34 Sales

KRHintonDesigns

K. R. Hinton Designs

Abilene, Texas 34 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Note from shop owner Thank you for visiting! K.R. Hinton Designs will return after Christmas, when I'm back in the same state as my inventory. Feel free to contact me regardless!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 17, 2015

Thank you for visiting! K.R. Hinton Designs will return after Christmas, when I'm back in the same state as my inventory. Feel free to contact me regardless!

Katie R Hinton

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Katie R Hinton

Reviews

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Kendall Stevens

Kendall Stevens on Jan 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Fast shipping, just as described! Thanks!

East Coast Applique

East Coast Applique on Dec 30, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Angel ornaments arrived quickly and they are perfect!

charlestonprincess

charlestonprincess on Dec 27, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Adorable and well-made! Delivered very quickly.

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About

As Good a Starting Place as Any!

Everyone has to start somewhere, and this is where I'm starting. As I have chosen the path of the "starving artist-scholar," it was obvious that I needed to at least make an attempt at starting my dream job early. I love selling my wares in person and meeting the lovely people who enjoy my little handcrafted treasures, but growing up in the middle of nowhere and then starting college, where I have so little time to go out and set up shop... you can probably imagine how excited I was to find an easy, friendly online place to use when I can't get away for a weekend of in-person selling.

I love Etsy because it gives me an opportunity to share my art with the world without having to sacrifice my study time. My goal with the store is to develop it into something that I can support myself while I'm in college, and hopefully on into the future.

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  • Katie R. Hinton

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    A short elf-like creature with boundless optimism, creativity, and energy; runs on sunshine, sugar, and schoolwork. Currently a student at McMurry University in Abilene, TX: triple major in History, English, and Studio Art with a minor in Greek.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 21, 2012
This little store is full of the unique handmade things that I sell.

Photography-- Prints of my photos in different forms, mainly notecards and prints of different sizes.

Jewelry -- I make all sorts of unique jewelry, including necklaces and bracelets. Most of my jewelry is beaded, although I also do a lot of knotwork designs.

Lanyards -- id lanyards, handmade and beaded!

Questions? Ask me! I'll answer!

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept Paypal, and thus most credit cards.
Shipping
I ship everything through the US Postal System with delivery confirmation. I do combine shipping for multiple items.

For jewelery, I ship in padded envelopes. It's usually $3 for inside the US, $5 everywhere else.
Refunds and Exchanges
If any item you purchase from me is damaged during transit, I will replace it free of charge. Just mail the damaged item back to me within ten days and I'll replace it for you.
Additional policies and FAQs
FAQs:

Q: Do you do custom orders?

A: Yes! Tell me what you want exactly and I'll answer you directly.

Q: What exactly is a cotton boll? Is it anything like the cotton balls I get at the store?

A: Cotton bolls, which I use in a few of my crafts, are the opened part of the cotton plant that is harvested. The boll holds the raw fiber. There's also a star-like "burr" holding the fiber together. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton has more info about cotton. So no, a cotton "boll" isn't anything like a cotton "ball". There's a burr attached to the fiber, and the seeds are still inside it too.

Q: Ok... so where do you get them?

A: My dad is a farmer. He grows cotton. I go out during harvest and hand-pick bolls to use for my crafts. Ta-da!

Q: Where can *I* get cotton bolls for my own crafts?

A: From me! *grin* Just tell me and I'll list some for you as a craft supply. Be warned, harvest only happens once a year, so when I run out of bolls, that's the end until next harvest.