New Orleans Papercuts by Brittany Ogilby

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Last updated on May 10, 2022

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Hola, Bonjour, Namaste, Konnichiwa, Hello! Thank you for stopping by to learn more about me, my shop, and my handmade items!

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Returns and exchanges
Returns and refunds are handled on a case by case basis. Since I describe my items accurately and precisely, refunds will normally only be given if the item arrives damaged. I do not refund shipping.
Payment is due within 3 days of purchase. However, the quicker the payment, the quicker you will receive your item. I accept Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account you can still choose Paypal at checkout and pay with a credit/debit card without actually signing up for an account.
All papercuts are placed between pieces of cardboard, ensuring that they are not wrinkled or creased during shipment. The cardboard-encased papercuts are then placed in a ziplock bag - just in case of inclement weather on either your end or mine - and are then sent either via regular US post, or Priority Mail (depending on the item and the buyer request).

all framed papercuts are shipped in a heavily padded box.

I happily use recycled packaging supplies. These may include, but are not limited to wadded-up plastic bags, re-used packing peanuts and bubblewrap, etc.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please convo me if you have any questions, or if you have a special request. I love doing custom pieces! Although I cannot replicate previously created art pieces (since each one is unique and original), you may request a piece similar to one in my shop, request fabric colors, or even send ME fabric that is near and dear to your heart. I recently completed a piece for a friend that included fabrics that were special to her: a remnant of her grandmother's handkerchief, a scrap from a shirt that she loved to death, and a piece of lace from her wedding veil. In the middle of the piece were her initials.