sissyfrissys

Graphic Design, Clip Art, & Branding for Businesses

Georgia, United States · 1800 Sales

sissyfrissys

Graphic Design, Clip Art, & Branding for Businesses

Georgia, United States 1800 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Last updated on Apr 15, 2016

We will be closed until further notice. We will still be checking our messages, but our ability to respond as quickly as we strive will be limited. If you are an existing client who has already purchased or need an add on service, please message us to make other arrangements.

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{Meet the Team Behind Sissy Frissys}

Chad has over ten years experience in sales, and has earned many awards for excellence in customer service. A previous mortgage loan originator, he now focuses his time on being a work-at-home father to his and Brandi's two special needs boys, Noah and Jonah. He is the owner and operator of Sissy Frissys. More than likely, if you favorite something in our shop, you'll hear from him!

Brandi is the lead designer. She is also a best-selling author. So when she's not designing, she's writing. When she's not writing, she's designing. You might know her better as J.B. McGee. To learn more about her books, visit www.jbmcgee.com. Oh, and she's a radio talk show host, too! She brings more than five years of design experience to the table, but more than that, she started as a monogramming boutique owner. She knows what it's like to be you.

Chad, Brandi, Noah, and Jonah all suffer from Mitochondrial Disease, which is why working from home isn't just a dream job, it's become a necessity. To learn more about their personal story and mitochondrial disease, visit: http://mitochondrialdiseases.org/one-disease-many-faces-the-mcgees-story/

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  • Chad

    Owner

    Chad is a previous mortgage loan originator, who now focuses his time on being a work-at-home father to his and Brandi's two special needs boys. More than likely, if you favorite something in our shop, you'll hear from him!

  • Brandi

    Designer

    Brandi is also a best-selling author and designer. You might know her better as J.B. McGee. She brings more than five years of design experience to the team, but more than that, she started as a boutique owner. She knows what it's like to be you.

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Last updated on September 12, 2011
Sissy Frissys Unique Boutique Web Design offers a variety of web and print graphics along with a wide selection of other related products to meet your needs. Affordable, quick, and superb excellent service sets us above the crowd.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Payment is due within 24 hours of sale. Deposits must be received and cleared before work will begin on a custom project.

Client agrees to pay Sissy Frissy's in accordance with the terms specified in each proposal/estimate/listing. On accounts that have not submitted a credit application and been approved by our credit department, will be required to pay 50% of the project cost before work can begin.

Unless otherwise specified, all subsequent balances due are payable upon art approval. Interest on past due balances is 18% per annum, or 1.5% per month. We reserve the right to refuse completion or delivery of work until past due balances are paid.

Estimate: Billing will reflect the actual costs incurred. Valid for only 30 days from date on estimate. Client requested changes will be billed additionally. The client will be notified of any price changes.

Out of Pocket Expenses: Fees for professional services do not include outside purchases, such as, but not limited to, printing, photography, color printouts, laminating, illustrations, separations, shipping, handling, or courier services. Expenses are itemized on each invoice. Expenses are subject to South Carolina sales tax unless 1)You live outside of South Carolina; 2) You are a non-profit organization; 3) The work is for resale and you have submitted a resale certificate to Sissy Frissy's. You must also have filled out the resale application for Sissy Frissy's and been approved. If consultant or supervisory services are required in out-of-town locations, we will bill lodgings, meals, and transportation at cost. Reimbursement mileage is calculated at current allowable rate.
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We will begin work upon a client's approval of the written estimate/listing. Your approval (written or oral) will constitute an agreement between us.

Production Schedules: Production schedules will be established and adhered to by both Client and Sissy Frissy's, provided that neither shall incur any liability, penalty, or additional cost due to delays caused by a state of war, riot, civil disorder, fire, labor trouble or strike, accidents, energy failure, equipment breakdown, delays in shipment by suppliers or carriers, action of government or civil authority, and acts of God or other causes beyond the control of the Client or the Designer. Where production schedules are not adhered to by the Client, final delivery date or dates will be adjusted accordingly.

Once final approval has been received in writing by Sissy Frissy's, we will complete your project and you will receive it within 24 hours of completion.
Refunds and Exchanges
Due to the electronic nature of our business, any non-copyrighted digital images purchased and delivered are non-refundable. It is impossible to know that they have been fully returned.

Sissy Frissy's retains the copyrights and rights to reuse/reprint all designs unless otherwise stated and agreed upon by both parties.

Your purchase does not transfer the rights, it allows you a license to be able to use you the graphics. You may not transfer this license to any other individual, party, business, or non-profit organization without prior approval by Sissy Frissy's.

If you are dissatisfied with a printed product, we offer an exchange of the same goods if we are notified within five business days of receipt of goods.

We do not keep backups of electronic media for more than six months. Sissy Frissy's is not responsible for client's loss of goods once item has been delivered. If a client requires a job to be resent, there will be a $5.00 reprocessing fee.
Additional policies and FAQs
GENERAL WORKING AGREEMENT – This document defines the terms and conditions of our working relationship. All projects or services that DESIGNER may be contracted to produce or provide for CLIENT will be subject to the following:

WORKING/BILLING PHASES – Based on our experience with long-term design
communications projects, we have found that it is mutually advantageous to handle each project in logical working/billing phases. Concept revisions, extensive alterations, or a switch in marketing objectives sometimes makes it impossible to accurately estimate in advance the total cost of a project. Planning the work, cost estimating, and billing in several phases permits DESIGNER or CLIENT to
adjust for such revisions/or halt work before completion if a project is postponed or
canceled. Any canceled project is billed only through the MANDATORY 30-DAY WRITTEN NOTICE period. For each project, CLIENT will receive a proposal/estimate outlining the project specifications and our proposed scope of services and working/billing phases. Each proposal estimate will contain a project budget, which includes estimated fees for professional services and separate itemized costs for anticipated out-of-pocket expenses. We will begin work upon CLIENT’S approval of the written estimate once all contract and project paperwork has been submitted to DESIGNER. Your written approval will constitute an agreement between us.

PAYMENTS/ESTIMATES – CLIENT agrees to pay DESIGNER in accordance with the
terms specified in each proposal/estimate. On accounts that have not submitted a credit application and been approved by our credit department, will be required to pay 25% of the project cost before work can begin. Applications that are not approved for deposit reduction will be required to pay 50% of the project cost before work can begin. All deposits are non-refundable. Unless otherwise specified, all subsequent balances due are payable upon art approval. A late fee of $50 will be charged for accounts five (5) or more days past due and accounts that are more than ten (10) days past due will be suspended until account is brought current. We reserve the right to refuse completion or delivery of work until past due balances are paid. Estimate: Billing will reflect the actual costs incurred. Valid for only 30 days from date on estimate. Client requested changes will be billed additionally. The client will be notified of any price changes.

OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES – Fees for professional services include outside
purchases such as, but not limited to, printing, photography, color printouts, laminating, illustrations, separations, shipping and handling or courier service. Expenses are itemized on each invoice. Expenses are subject to Georgia sales tax unless 1) You are a nonprofit organization; or 2) the work is for resale and you have submitted a resale certificate to DESIGNER. If consultant or supervisory services are required in out-of-town locations, we will bill lodgings, meals, and transportation at cost. Reimbursement for mileage is calculated at current allowable rates.

REVISIONS AND ALTERATIONS – New work requested by CLIENT and performed by DESIGNER after a proposal/estimate has been approved is considered a revision or alteration. If the job changes to an extent that substantially alters the specifications described in the original estimate, we will submit a proposal revision memo to you, and a revised additional fee must be agreed to by both parties before further work proceeds. Author’s alterations and other copy changes requested after layouts or mechanicals are completed are billed at standard hourly rates.

OVERTIME – Estimates are based on a Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm work day and may be revised to take into consideration your “ Priority Scheduling” requests requiring overtime and/or weekends. Knowledge of your deadlines is essential to provide an accurate estimate. In addition, outside suppliers such as service bureaus charge a 100% to 200% markup on overtime after 5:30pm and weekends. Overtime hourly rate is $40/hr.

NATURE OF COPY – CLIENT agrees to exercise due diligence in its direction to us
regarding preparation of materials and must be able to substantiate all claims and
representations. You are responsible for all trademark, service mark, copyright and patent infringement clearances. You are also responsible for arranging, prior to publication, any necessary legal clearance of materials we prepare.

ERRORS AND OMISSIONS – It is the CLIENT’S responsibility to check proofs carefully for accuracy in all respects, ranging from spelling to technical illustrations. DESIGNER is not liable for errors or omissions. Your signature or that of your authorized representative is required on all mechanicals or artwork prior to release for printing or other implementation.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS – CLIENT shall pay for all transmissions charges. The
DESIGNER is not responsible for any errors, omissions or extra costs resulting from
faults in the telephone, cable, satellite network or from incompatibility between the
sending and receiving equipment.

OVERRUNS AND UNDERRUNS – The CLIENT will accept over runs or under runs that do not exceed 10% of the quantity ordered on all jobs. The DESIGNER will bill for actual quantity delivered within this tolerance. If the CLIENT requires a guaranteed quantity, The percentage of tolerance must be stated at the time of quotation.

PLACEMENT OF ADVERTISING – At your request, we will purchase media space on
your behalf through our media division. Space will be billed to you at current rates plus the standard agency commission.

INSPECTION OF BOOK S – Upon reasonable notice, any and all invoices from our
vendors, time sheets and other documentation relating to your account will be available to you. Inspection at our studio by your authorized representative may be arranged during normal business hours.

PROPERTY AND SUPPLIER’S PERFORMANCE – DESIGNER will take all reasonable precautions to safeguard the property you entrust to us. In the absence of negligence on our part, however, we are not responsible for loss, destruction or damage or unauthorized use by others of such property. We will use our best efforts to ensure quality and timely delivery of all printed (offset, silk-screened, embossed or otherwise reproduced) pieces. Although we may use our best efforts to guard against any loss to you through the failure of our vendors, media, or others to perform in accordance with their commitments, DESIGNER is not responsible for failure on their part. If you select your own vendors, other than those recommended by us, you may request that we coordinate their work. Requests must be submitted in writing prior to commencement of project. If at all possible, we will attempt to do so, but we cannot in anyway be held responsible for quality, price, performance or delivery.

LIEN – All materials or property belonging to the CLIENT, as well as work performed,
may be retained as security until all just claims against the CLIENT are satisfied.

RIGHTS OF OWNERSHIP – Once a project has been delivered by us and is fully paid for by CLIENT, DESIGNER will assign the reproduction rights of the design for the use(s) described in the proposal. According to the Copy right Law of 1976, the rights to all design and art work, including but not limited to photography and or illustration created by independent photographers or illustrators retained by DESIGNER, or purchased from a stock agency on your behalf, remain with the individual designer, artist, photographer or illustrator. Unless a purchase of “All Rights” (A Buyout) is negotiated with DESIGNER and/or his/her authorized representative, you may not use or reproduce the design or the images therein for a purpose other than the one(s) originally stipulated. If you wish to use the design we have created and/or the images within it for another purpose or project, including a reprint or exhibition, you must contact us to arrange the transfer of rights and any additional fees before proceeding. If printing or other implementation is done through your vendors, you
agree to, within two weeks, provide us with printed samples of each project.
We reserve the right to photograph and/or distribute or publish for our firms promotional and marketing needs any work we create for you, including mock-ups and comprehensive presentations, as samples for our portfolio, firm news letter, brochures, slide presentations and similar media. We agree to store mechanical boards and computer disks for a period of 6 months beyond the delivery of a job. Thereupon, we reserve the right to discard them.

TERM AND TERMINATION – The term of this agreement will continue for work in
progress until terminated by either party upon thirty (30) days written notice. An additional cancellation fee of 50% of remaining project balance will be due on the date the contract is officially terminated. If you should direct us at any time to cancel, terminate or “put on hold” any previously authorized purchase, we will promptly do so, provided you hold us harmless for any cost incurred as a result. Upon termination of this agreement, DESIGNER will transfer to CLIENT all property
and materials in our control and for which you have paid. CLIENT will indemnify and hold DESIGNER harmless for any loss or expense (including attorney ’s fees), and agree to defend DESIGNER in any actual suit, claim or action arising in any way from our working relationship. This includes, but is not limited to assertions made against CLIENT and any of its products and services arising from the publication of materials that we prepare and you approve before publication.

PRODUCTION SCHEDULES – Production schedules will be established and adhered to by both C L I E N T and the D E S I G N E R, provided that neither shall incur any liability, penalty or additional cost due to delays caused by a state of war, riot, civil disorder, fire, labor trouble or strike, accidents, medical emergencies, energy failure, equipment breakdown, delays in shipment by suppliers or carriers, action of government or civil authority, and acts of God or other causes beyond the control of the Client or the Designer. Where production schedules are not adhered to by the Client, final delivery date or dates will be adjusted accordingly. Extensions may be granted if given at least 48 hours in advance of deadline and approved by both parties.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS – The validity and enforceability of this agreement will be
interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Georgia as applicable to agreements entered into and performed in the State of Georgia. This agreement is our entire understanding and may not be modified in any respect except in an executed agreement. If we must retain attorneys or collection agencies to collect our invoices, we will be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs, collection fees, and interest at the maximum rate permitted by law.