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Yes we do! Just tick the option for free gift wrap and would order will be wrapped in tissue paper and natural twine with a floral gift tag.
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You have 14 days to request a refund if you are not happy with your time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the return. Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds after this period unless the item is faulty or it’s during our extended Christmas return period.
Please note the order will only be refunded on receipt of the goods in original condition. Buyer is responsible for returning goods, we recommend using recorded delivery where possible.
Please allow 14 days form receipt of returned goods to process the refund.
If an item is faulty on receipt or develops a fault please email email@example.com within 30 days to arrange your replacement or refund. Instructions for return will be emailed and postage will be covered for returning faulty products.
To cancel an order please let us know within 12 hours. Notification for instance, via email, mobile phone ‘text message’ and/or fax, or any other means will be accepted subject to confirmation in writing. Please note if your order has already been dispatched you will need to arrange a return at your cost.
If there is an error with your order please contact Jessica on firstname.lastname@example.org within 48hrs of receipt of goods. Unfortunately we are unable to take responsibility for incorrect delivery details.
I often receive emails and questionnaires from students which unfortunately I’m unable to always answer individually, so instead I’ve put together this useful FAQ if you’re looking to work in the design industry.
Hope it helps and wish you all the best on your creative journey!
I’m a keen photographer so always have my camera with me to capture florals, botanical forms and animals. Living in Staffordshire I’m lucky to have some great countryside and woodland walks on my door step and also enjoy many a mini adventure around Wales.
I tend mostly to work in fineliners and ink using photographs or flowers and other found things as my reference. I often work on loose sheets of paper as it helps loosen up the creative process, and also love switching from super fine detailed work to getting messy with the paints and ink. I then scan everything in and manipulate it in Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator, adding colour and layering up various textures.
I studied Textile Design at Birmingham City University specialising in weave, I really enjoyed the process of creating fabric and loved working with textures. I did miss my drawing though and pattern is a real passion of mine so later side stepped back to print.
I was lucky enough to have a year in industry at Monsoon Accessorize Ltd. whilst studying which I found incredibly valuable. I also undertook placements with other high street retailers and trend consultants/agencies which all helped me understand the industry when I was first starting out. On graduation I worked as a wallpaper designer for a manufacturer for five years before deciding to go it alone.
Marimekko, Harlequin, Scion, Timorous Beasties, Ikea, Zandra Rhodes, Missoni.
My day normally starts by doing general admin and emails, followed by tending to any online orders that need posting out. Once the small jobs are out the way I get stuck into my design work, whether that’s projects or new development. Within my week I also take time to do book-keeping, marketing and planning.
Industry experience is really valuable when first starting out, whether it’s design placements or working in a studio, research your companies well and be positive and persistent.
For more industry information and further training see the links below:
Starting a business is hard work, it takes some nurturing but it can be incredibly rewarding! For creative startups The Design Trust website has some great guides that have really helped me over the years on things like pricing, funding, marketing and lots more.
Unfortunately I’m unable to offer any at this time.