scrimsy

New York, United States

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

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Last updated on Dec 17, 2020

*PLEASE CHECK THE FAQ AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE BEFORE SENDING A MESSAGE* My inbox is very clogged right now, please bear with me. Some packages are taking a while to get scanned by the post office because of the huge volume of shipments this time of year. If you have an email with a tracking number, your order has been shipped, but may still say "Pre-Transit". They will be delivered, but tracking may not be updated until they're at your address.

Items

 

goffik t-shirt

$20.00

Emo Kid T-Shirt

$20.00

Trent Consalvo

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Trent Consalvo

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1149)
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Quality 178 Shipping 105 Customer service 64

About scrimsy

Sales 4,416
On Etsy since 2018

Shop members

  • Trent Consalvo

    Owner, Designer

    im up in this club!!

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Last updated on Dec 17, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Why does my acrylic charm look scratched?

Charms are made with a very thin clear plastic film stuck on both sides of the acrylic that is meant to protect the surface during shipping. If your charm looks scratched, that means the plastic did its job. It's meant to be peeled off optionally, but can be hard to see until you pick at the edges.

When will my package ship?

You can check the processing time and estimated delivery date on individual items. I try to update the processing times for my items to accurately reflect my workload and schedule. I can sometimes get items shipped before the ship-by date, but you should plan for them to be shipped toward the end of the window just incase, especially for pillows since I cut, sew, and stuff them all myself. The delivery time from when I drop your package off at the post office and when it gets delivered to you can vary, mostly based on how close or far you are to New York City where I ship from. If you need guaranteed faster shipping, you can upgrade to priority mail when you check out.

When will [product] be back in stock?

You can click "Let me know when it's back" on an item's page to get an email when it's back in stock. If an item is unavailable, you can send me a message and I may be able to help you out.

I ordered from you a month ago, why haven't you sent any updates?

I generally will only send an update if there's something out of the ordinary going on or if you request one. I have several hundred orders to deal with at any given time so it isn't feasible to give unprompted updates on all of them, and I won't automatically know if you want one or not. If you want to know the status of your order, you can send me a message. If you put in a custom order recently, it's likely that I may not have even started on the artwork yet, since I usually have a queue of 20-30 to finish ahead of yours. The processing times you see when you order are accurate, I generally won't be able to ship the order any sooner than what's advertised.

Why do you take so long to make pillows?

1. Fabric production and shipping is extremely delayed because of COVID19
2. I have a queue of hundreds of orders at any given time.
3. I have to make the artwork, order fabric and wait for it to come, cut the fabric, sew it, notch the seams, stuff it, sew it closed again, clean it, print and cut shipping labels, package it, and walk to the post office to ship it. One pillow is about 1-2 months of waiting and 2-3 hours of labor.