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KRHintonDesigns' Shop Announcement

Handmade beaded necklaces, jewelry, charm bracelets, beaded lanyards, cotton boll angels, note cards, and many more fun handcrafted treasures made in Texas!

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Welcome to my little shop of wonders! Feel free to browse the listings and find the perfect treasure for your occasion. Custom orders are gladly accepted as well---just send me a message and we'll arrange things.

KRHintonDesigns' Shop Policies

Welcome

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!

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.

Last Updated May 21, 2012