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Sadie on Jan 29, 20235 out of 5 stars
Funny and true, good little reminder to keep on the shop fridge. Love the colors!
Lisa on Dec 26, 20225 out of 5 stars
I got this ornament for my grandad that works with my dad. He loves his job and all of the dogs he has, so I knew this would be the perfect gift for him. He loved it so much and thought it was such a creative idea.
Passion For Metal
I am a welder by hobby and have practicing the trade for about 5 years now. I have always enjoyed learning at my own pace, whether it's welding gussets for truck parts, or making dogs out of scrap hardware. I wanted to create a brand that catered to not only welders, but those that enjoy the art! Here at TSM Creative Co. you will find everything from gifts for welders, or collective mini art pieces FROM a welder. Everything is designed/made by me. I also take custom orders for stickers, magnets, and metal art!
may the force be with you
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Frequently asked questions
How can I track my sticker only order?
Every order will include a tracking number. I ensure it is securely packaged to get to you in perfect shape. However, since they are just envelopes, the post office is notorious for losing such small packages. This is completely out of my control but I will help in every way I can. I have upgraded shipping available to be mailed in a bubble mailer with 2-day shipping if you want to upgrade.
Custom and personalized orders
Please message me regarding custom metal art pieces! I am open to take them as the holiday season is starting.
Please follow these steps to ensure you can properly apply your stickers.
1. wash surface thoroughly. 2a. if applying to a curved surface (helmet, etc) start from the middle and push out on both sides of sticker. 2b. if applying to a window or flat piece, spray a bit of windex on the surface, place your sticker on top and squeegee it out from the sticker with a card. 3. if bubbles form, safely take the pointed edge of a razor blade and barely poke the bubble. It will slowly release the air and will be unnoticeable. Do not slice the bubble.