Studio Jones

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Studio Jones

54 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Amy Jones


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Anonymous on Jun 2, 2011

3 out of 5 stars

Anonymous on Dec 18, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Great print! Thank you!

Anonymous on Nov 29, 2010

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 20, 2011
Hello! PAPERjo is the goccoing, wedding-invitation-designing, & sometimes sewing part of my studio. Ask me anything! I'd love to make something for you.

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For custom design work, I generally set the price per item, and like to receive 1/2 payment up front, and the other 1/2 upon completion of the job. This could be via PayPal or personal check.

For other items, I like PayPal. Why not?
All items ship USPS Priority, unless you ask me to ship otherwise in the comment box. If you purchase a ready-made item, I'll ship it that week.

Turnaround time for custom work varies according to workload at that time... I'll be honest about it, I promise.
Refunds and Exchanges
Custom work is non-refundable. If an item is damaged during shipping, I'll certainly replace it free-of-cost.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please don't hesitate to ask if you have a question! Just email amy [!at]

Here are some of the things I'll need to know to provide you with a custom quote:

+ which design you're interested in, or if you want to start from scratch
+ quantity needed
+ which pieces you need if more than one are pictured
+ printing method desired (digital/offset or gocco... letterpress coming soon)!
+ timeline (how soon you need it)

For job orders less than 50 pieces, there may be a $100 custom design fee depending on what you're ordering.

I offer either digitally printed (offset if your quantity is 100+) or gocco-printed paperies. If you're unfamiliar with the gocco process, I'd suggest watching this Etsy Labs video (it's like a hybrid between screen-printing and stamping):

One thing to remember if you are ordering a goccoed product is that the prints WILL NOT be exactly identical. Part of the beauty of the process is that the ink coverage varies. I won't let text become unreadable but I WILL allow the prints to speak for themselves! If this worries you, just be sure and order about 10 extra pieces and you'll be sure to have what you need.

Digital and offset printing is the most commonly seen - most of the mail you get has probably been printed this way. Some of the images of Lauren's save-the-dates show the dots which make up the offset and digital processes well, here:

I will always recycle my design work. This means that once I have designed your pieces, they will go up in my shop so that others can customize them for themselves. You can request that I hold them until they've been sent to your guests or until your event has passed, or you can pay for an exclusive license to the design, meaning I won't relist the design.

Thanks for visiting! Visit to see more of my design work.