Announcement Welcome to OneGoodApple - Follow us on twitter @delightthebunch
Welcome to OneGoodApple - Follow us on twitter @delightthebunch
Jenny Reid on Aug 19, 2015
Please be wary after 5 weeks my item was still showing as not been dispatched despite my dispatch date having been the 14th of July. I contacted the seller 3 times and had no response what so ever. 2 weeks on after requesting and being told I would receive a refund I still have not received my refund despite seller saying they had refunded me. Absolutely appalling customer service in fact non existent, not only have I not received present for my 3 year olds birthday but has made me concerned about making future purchases of Etsy I have neither the item or my money back over 8 weeks later. Would have given 0 rating if possible
Delighting the whole bunch
OneGoodApple started after a handmade gift made me realize the incredible sculptural potential of such a simple, child-like medium. I see beauty in the bold colours, fuzzy textures, and perfect consistency of acrylic felt.
The shop name comes from the old adage that "one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch". In the same vein, one good thing can be equally viral.
OneGoodApple hopes to be that one small thing of beauty.
Owner, Maker, Designer
Based out of Shallow Lake, Ontario, Lee-Anne is a one-woman, felt-lovin' cute factory that lives with her Knight in Shining Armour and trusty Shih-Tzu. By day, she's an elementary school teacher and mama to one itsy bitsy apple.
Accepted payment methods
Shipping overages greater than $1 USD will be refunded to buyers after shipment.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you feel that the items do not meet the quality standards that you expected, or differ vastly from photographs, I will refund the purchase amount less shipping cost. Please be aware that each item has elements of hand stitching and you can expect a small amount of endearing variation from item to item. We make every effort to photograph accurately.
Additional policies and FAQs
Treat your felt food items as little sponges, dipping into lukewarm soapy water, then rinsing in water and squeezing gently until no soap bubbles remain. Air dry only.