PlexiDustShop

PlexiDust

San Angelo, Texas · 15 Sales

PlexiDustShop

PlexiDust

San Angelo, Texas 15 Sales On Etsy since 2012

0 out of 5 stars
(4)

Announcement   NOT YOUR MODEST MARKET MANAGED BY YOUR MAINSTREAM MASTERMIND

Every artisan bio demands an answer to the same “Miss America” forged question of -
How you came to make and sell and why you love working within your niche.

As a metaphorian, I create because there’s a freakin’ light bulb lodged in my cerebrum that I can’t turn off. If I was a Disney Princess, this would be my curse. But my character would be more like a female MacGyver with ADHD.

I look at objects the way a modern dancer depicts a concept, and find countless ways to redefine its original purpose. My artisan philosophy is, “I can make that,” and I like to incorporate my own concept of “pop-culture infusion” into my work.

My niche cannot be pigeonholed and is not a hobby - it’s a preoccupation.

Announcement

NOT YOUR MODEST MARKET MANAGED BY YOUR MAINSTREAM MASTERMIND

Every artisan bio demands an answer to the same “Miss America” forged question of -
How you came to make and sell and why you love working within your niche.

As a metaphorian, I create because there’s a freakin’ light bulb lodged in my cerebrum that I can’t turn off. If I was a Disney Princess, this would be my curse. But my character would be more like a female MacGyver with ADHD.

I look at objects the way a modern dancer depicts a concept, and find countless ways to redefine its original purpose. My artisan philosophy is, “I can make that,” and I like to incorporate my own concept of “pop-culture infusion” into my work.

My niche cannot be pigeonholed and is not a hobby - it’s a preoccupation.

Allison Plean

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Allison Plean

Reviews

No reviews in the last year

Anonymous on Feb 4, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Excellent end product! i absolutely loved what i ordered and the shop owner is more than courteous!!

Anonymous on Nov 27, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

I can't say enough nice things about Allison. Not only were her item descriptions a hoot to read but the things that she sells are truly unique! I don't think she could have shipped them faster if she brought them here herself, it seemed like I ordered them and the doorbell rang the next day! And what a treat to open up my package, everything was meticulously wrapped and it was like Christmas just opening everything! She was even kind enough to put in an extra little goodie for me. :) If there were ever an example of how to be a fantastic Etsy seller, you'd see her bright and shining face plastered all over it! Thank you Allison for a wonderful experience!!

Anonymous on Nov 27, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

I can't say enough nice things about Allison. Not only were her item descriptions a hoot to read but the things that she sells are truly unique! I don't think she could have shipped them faster if she brought them here herself, it seemed like I ordered them and the doorbell rang the next day! And what a treat to open up my package, everything was meticulously wrapped and it was like Christmas just opening everything! She was even kind enough to put in an extra little goodie for me. :) If there were ever an example of how to be a fantastic Etsy seller, you'd see her bright and shining face plastered all over it! Thank you Allison for a wonderful experience!!

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NOT YOUR MODEST MARKET MANAGED BY YOUR MAINSTREAM MASTERMIND

Every artisan bio demands an answer to the same “Miss America” forged question of -
How you came to make and sell and why you love working within your niche.

As a metaphorian, I create because there’s a freakin’ light bulb lodged in my cerebrum that I can’t turn off. If I was a Disney Princess, this would be my curse. But my character would be more like a female MacGyver with ADHD.

I look at objects the way a modern dancer depicts a concept, and find countless ways to redefine its original purpose. My artisan philosophy is, “I can make that,” and I like to incorporate my own concept of “pop-culture infusion” into my work.

My niche cannot be pigeonholed and is not a hobby - it’s a preoccupation.

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  • Allison Plean

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    My design and production experience stems from actual college training, professional experience, research (piggybacked with overdue library fees) and experimentation. My work is a result of my relentless imagination and characterized by no fear.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 10, 2012

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 and Etsy Credits
Shipping
First, I'd like to say that I would be more than happy to ship anything internationally. Just contact me with your shipping address so I can give you an exact quote for the cost of shipping and handling :)

OK, now back to the "Shipping Policy..."

So here's what I decided to do on my shipping preference and quote. I personally know that the second I click my mouse to finalize any item I've purchased, I immediately want to run to my mailbox and will stalk it daily.

Before stating my well thought out plan, I just want you to know that I have subscribed to stamps.com to expedite the shipping process and give you an exact quote using the scale and software the USPS provided, so you can be assured that there will be no padding or "guesstimation" in the S&H cost.

So, in the interest of saving you money, I am always going to choose the cheapest shipping option, even if that means parcel post, which horribly can take up to 8 whole days!

Of course, if the difference between priority and parcel is less than a dollar for example, I will go with the faster delivery.

And I will ship your item the moment I get confirmation of payment and provide you with a tracking number if it is available.

If anyone would prefer a faster shipping option at a higher cost, I will be more than happy to accommodate you. Just send me a message and we'll talk!
Additional policies and FAQs
I was thinking the other day, that basically every handmade item most likely may come with some minor cosmetic flaws. All of my pictures accurately represent my pieces. I only "PhotoShop" my photos' backgrounds.

But although I am a perfertionist with my work, there are sometimes things that are beyond my control. Don't get the wrong idea here, not everything I sell is flawed. Not at all! But if there is some imperfection, then it was meant to be there because of the process. Let me know if you ever find something that might bother you and I will fix it or remake it. Cool?