Jubilee

House Beads, Kiln Fired Clay Beads, Raku Beads

New Berlin, Wisconsin 2080 Sales On Etsy since 2006

5 out of 5 stars (1475)

Jubilee

House Beads, Kiln Fired Clay Beads, Raku Beads

New Berlin, Wisconsin | 2080 Sales

Mary Cullinan

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Mary Cullinan

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Last updated on Sep 7, 2018

Please visit my website too!
www.marycullinan.com

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5 out of 5 stars
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Shop policies

Last updated on May 12, 2017
My creative objective is to keep developing while having a lot of fun. I am not a professional artist. My method is DIY. I'm self-taught with books and articles and friends.

This is a joy for me being able to create items to sell, but this is a different experience than going to a store. My pieces are not mass produced, everything is made by me.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
  • Check
  • Other Method
Returns and exchanges
I am most interested in the buyer being happy with a handmade item. My hope is that the buyer can appreciate that a purchase is supporting an artist. I will refund any damaged or lost item in full including shipping.


If you have any questions about an item please convo me before you purchase it and maybe I can help clarify something.
Payment
I use paypal and credit card payments through etsy.
Shipping
I package items in a padded shipping envelope. The contents are checked by two people for accuracy. The items are wrapped in bubble wrap or sometimes recycled shipping materials. I ship first class mail with delivery confirmation in the United States.
Additional policies and FAQs
I presently do not take custom orders.

If I reserve something for you I will email you to let you know. I will keep it reserved for you until you let me know you don't want it. Please note that there is no obligation or pressure to buy a reserved item.

I can adjust quantities in each listing. You can convo me and I'll change the listing.

All my beads are different, so with pricing I try to categorize them according to difficulty....layers, how many sides are glazed, how big they are, carving etc...

All artists are encouraged by a purchase. I enjoy buying handmade items as much as I enjoy making them. What you buy from an artist won't be perfect. It may not be exactly what you expect, but it is handmade. Buying handmade is unique and rewarding but what I like the most is that it is personal...no two artists do anything the same. I think that is the best part of buying handmade.