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staceyyacula

Art Prints, Paper Goods and Paper Clay Sculptures

Guelph, Canada · 703 Sales

staceyyacula

Art Prints, Paper Goods and Paper Clay Sculptures

Guelph, Canada 703 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(280)

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Note from shop owner Hello!

So sorry to have missed you. My shop is now closed for the holidays and I will be back mid January. Merry Christmas to all!

If you have placed an order or you need to contact me please feel free to convo me and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

If you are interested in just having a look at my work please visit my website!
http://www.staceyyacula.com/

Thank you for stopping by.
Stacey

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 5, 2016

Hello!

So sorry to have missed you. My shop is now closed for the holidays and I will be back mid January. Merry Christmas to all!

If you have placed an order or you need to contact me please feel free to convo me and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

If you are interested in just having a look at my work please visit my website!
http://www.staceyyacula.com/

Thank you for stopping by.
Stacey

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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(280)
Nora

Nora on Nov 16, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

LOVE the tags :-) The same Yacula sweetness that we are used to, thank you !

elodielemoigne211

elodielemoigne211 on Oct 24, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Carte extrêmement jolie, envoi soigné et rapide. Petit cadeau fort appréciable! Je recommande encore et toujours.... +++

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elodielemoigne211 on Oct 24, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Envoi très rapide et les cartes sont délicatement travaillées. Ravie de mes achats!

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About

charming artwork that makes your heart smile!

I grew up in a small town in Northern Ontario, Canada, where our winters were long and we had an endless abundance of snow. As kids we spent many days building snowmen and forts, skating on outdoor rinks, sliding and having many hot chocolaty days!

But as soon as the snow melted, I spent my childhood weekends and summer holidays at our remote family cottage. This is where I did most of my growing up. I was surrounded by an incredible, ever-changing back drop of wilderness. It was a place that allowed for my many aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings, parents and beloved grandparents to gather. It was here that I was allowed to be “me”. It was here that I was allowed to play, create, daydream, explore and be carefree. It was here that my family built memories. It was here that I received my greatest and deepest influences that have always shaped my creativity.

Pursuing an art career was never a question, thanks to my mother who was, and still is, a great source of love and encouragement for my creativity. After graduating from Ryerson University, I spent many years working as a graphic designer and freelancer for several design studios.

With such a strong family influence it comes as no surprise that eventually my focus turned to having a family of my own. My husband and I welcomed three little ones into our lives and thus began my journey as a mother. The time I spent at home raising my children became very pivotal. My children connected me to some of my own childhood aspirations but also gave me the inspiration and courage to begin developing my own illustrative style.

I am intrigued by children’s innocence and sense of discovery and how they have this uncanny ability to take in our world with such a sense of purity. If we allow them, they can easily draw adults back into this place of wonderment, so we may recapture a glimpse of this once again.

I currently live in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, with my sweet husband and our three sons who continue to inspire me. On most days you will find me in my quaint little studio not far off the beaten path of my busy family life. It allows me to stay close to both of my life’s passions; my family and my art.

Over the years I have continued to return to the family cottage as often as I possibly could. It has continued to feed my creative soul and no matter where I go, I keep the
spirit of our little place in the woods tucked safely in the pocket of my heart!

There are no words to describe the delight I feel when I create and how deeply grateful I am that my art brings smiles to others along the way.

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  • Stacey

    Owner, Creator, Designer

Shop policies

Last updated on November 18, 2016
I am so pleased you stopped by my studio shop.All my offerings are produced by hand. All of the items do take some time to put together but I usually have some on hand to fill orders in a timely manner.
I do want you to be happy with your purchase so please feel free to contact me.

Accepted payment methods

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Payment
I ACCEPT PAYPAL ONLY! Once you have placed an order you will be sent an email with the exact shipping date. However, your order will not be officially scheduled until payment is recieved. If payment is not made within 48 hours the sale will be canceled. Typically, I ship twice a week.

Please see my return policy in the Refunds & Exchange section.
Shipping
I use Canada Post Regular Mail.
**Please be advised that to keep shipping costs down the items are sent through regular post and therefore I have no way of tracking it. I CAN NOT be responsible for lost packages. If you would like to make other arrangements so you may track your item or have it insured, please email me PRIOR to making a purchase and I will try my best to accomodate your wishes.
Refunds and Exchanges
Unfortunatly, all sales are final. The only exception is if the item is damaged. I do require immediate photographic proof of both the damage item & the shipping package by email.
Additional policies and FAQs
PLEASE NOTE: Any item that is created by my studio to be used for a child and or baby has been created in a home sewing atmosphere. The majority of these items are created as one-of-a-kind projects to feature my fabric collections. I can not be responsible for legal or saftey regulations in any country. Nor can I be responsible for the legal or safety regulations for the fabric manufactures.

Although the utmost care and measures have been taken in creating these items. These items are intended to be used with adult supervision or for decorative purposes. Use at your own risk.