BlueStemWorkshop

Making things, breaking things and fixing things.

Tallahassee, Florida · 100 Sales

BlueStemWorkshop

Making things, breaking things and fixing things.

Tallahassee, Florida 100 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Sonny

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junqueaholic

junqueaholic on Apr 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

thanks again Sonny for making this painting for me on special request. I love it.

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Last updated on March 12, 2016
Quality junk put together by hand in the good ole American South.

Accepted payment methods

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  • Pay with American Express
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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Payment
We accept whatever tender Etsy will allow, with the exception of Paypal. Paypal's no good here, sorry for the inconvenience.
Shipping
Shipping within the continental US is free unless noted otherwise but I'll ship anywhere in the world. If you're outside the continental US or if you'd like expedited shipping, just get in touch and we'll find out how much that'll cost.

I try to ship things out no later than three days after purchase and more often than not, things are on their way on the same day or the following business day.

All paintings are wrapped with parchment paper to protect the work and I usually custom pack these things due to the sizing. Sometimes I get carried away and draw on the packaging, it's just the way I'm wired.
Refunds and Exchanges
I don't typically accept returns on work but if for some reason a purchase gets damaged in transit, let me know and we'll work together to set things right. I take care to pack things as tough as I can cause it's a rough world out there.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you have any questions, please get in touch. I don't usually go after commissions only because it's impossible for me to really know how an item's gonna come out until it's done, but if you have a general idea of something (subject manner, colors, et cetera) and you're open to my interpretation of your idea, I bet we can come up with something real good.