Gift Wrapping, Packaging & Delivery

For a small price (between £1-2) I offer a Gift Wrapping Service. Currently there is a choice of lilac and silver (as shown) or black with gold Celtic symbols.

All papers are quality kraft papers with a choice of ribbons in lovely colours. I always use 2 colours of ribbon together. The price works out to be nearly charged at cost.

I am also happy to make a personalised card for a lot of items at no extra charge.

 

Angels are gift wrapped in new cardboard boxes with personalised labels. Certain commissions may be packed in recycled or new boxes.

All my artworks are sent off with very personalised labels which are often changed for each customer.

All packages are carefully wrapped in cardboard and bubble wrap and string. I do believe in recycling and you may find your item in an Amazon box or similar. All the tissues, brown papers, jiffy bags, bubble wrap and string have to be purchased and this is only charged at cost. Wherever possible I try to meet up with large commissions or use a courier.

 

Other FAQs

To find out more about ordering a papier mache sculpture, workshops, worksheets, shipping, payment or using Anita's sculptures or images, please follow the links below:

top The Artist: If you live nearby come and have a chat

top The Design Process: From photo to final art work

top Choosing a style: If you are purchasing a cross, ceramic boat or angel gift

top Teasers: For when you have very little time to get your artwork done

top Gift Vouchers: Would you like to give a gift of a tableau design? Or some tuition sessions

top Workshops: Do you want to book a workshop for your friends, children or school?

top Worksheets: Do you want some help getting started on a project of your own?

top Payments: How do you pay? A safe and simple way.

top Feedback: Some Client’s comments and thoughts

top Refunds on Crosses and Angels: What do I do if I am not satisfied?

top Copyright & Reproduction of Pictures: Do you want to use one of my pictures in a publication? Are you commissioning an item for TV, Film, Press or Theatre?

 

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