TaraWhiteStudio's Shop Policies
Tara White Studio on Etsy features creations made by artist Tara White. Each item is handmade and unique. Photos of the items are all taken by Tara White and should provide the best view of the items. Items are always carefully packaged for shipping.
If you are interested in an item and have any questions please feel free to convo me!
Payments are processed by credit card (new!) or by PayPal.
Once payment is received the item will be shipped ASAP.
Payment must be processed before work begins on made-to-order items.
Shipped via USPS.
Items shipped within U.S. are sent First Class and are typically delivered within two to five days to most locations (from USPS website).
Orders to the U.S. and Canada, totaling $50 or more (excluding shipping costs), will include a Tracking Number (Delivery Confirmation).
International orders will be shipped using USPS First Class International and delivery times vary by destination, please allow 3-5 weeks for delivery.
I will try to use recycled packaging whenever possible. :)
Please convo me with any shipping questions and concerns.
Refunds and Exchanges
If there are any issues with an item, such as broken during shipping, please contact me and we will resolve the issue, whether by returning for a refund or to be fixed and shipped back.
Custom orders are not refundable, because this money would go towards the purchase of materials that are bought specifically for your needs.
Additional Policies and FAQs
Custom orders are always welcome! Please allow 3-4 weeks for these items to be created!
Full payment is required.
If you want to custom order please convo me!
Thanks for stopping by!
I retain all copyrights on all work seen here and sites around the net that feature my work. Images are not to be duplicated in any means without written consent from me, the artist. I am diligent in maintaining the integrity of my intellectual property and pursue all copyright violations to the fullest extent of the law.
COPYRIGHT - A legal device giving the right to control (to the original creator or copyright holder) how their original work is used. Copyright protection begins automatically upon the fixing of an original work or creation to a tangible medium (per the Copyright Act of 1976 effective in 1978). The Copyright Act of 1976 guarantees common-law protection to the creator of the intellectual material. This protection is in effect until 70 years after the death of the original creator, not 70 years after the actual creation.
There are three fundamental criteria for copyright:
• Fixation to a tangible medium
• Minimal creativity
Registering your original work with the Office of Copyright is not required for intellectual property to be protected by copyright; however, in the event that infringement should lead to litigation, the legal registration of the original work will benefit the creator. As of this publication (March, 2004) the cost of registration with the U.S. Copyright office is $30.00.
Names, titles, slogans and short phrases are not protected by copyright law but may be protected under trademark, tradename or slogan mark laws.
Purchase of an original or copy of intellectual property does NOT constitue the right to produce, alter, distribute the purchased work unless specifically stated in writing at the time of the purchase. Additional rights can be construed with the purchase of a license. Example: You cannot purchase a CD of photographs intended for your use only and redistribute those photographs to anyone else. They must purchase their own CD. You can contact the producer of the CD to purchase an additional license to use for a specific application for an additional fee. These licenses are legally binding written agreements between the creator of the item and the purchaser of the contract.
Logo, images, designs, graphics and text cannot be copied, reproduced, scanned, distributed, published or sold either for commercial or personal use without written permission from Tara White Studio. Images cannot be cropped or altered visually In any way.
Last Updated January 16, 2014