Designercon and Holiday shop updates!

Hey everyone!

With all the fall holidays around the corner I thought it'd be a good time to drop some info on the changes for the shop this season.

As some of you may know I am attending Designercon 2022 in Anaheim, CA this year, November 18-20.  This means that starting on Nov 1st I will be closing my shop so that any remaining inventory can remain in stock for the show.  It will reopen with all remaining stock items on Nov 21st after I get back from Designercon.  If you're worried I will sell out, fear not.  I'm sharing a booth with two other wonderful artists, and travelling cross-country with inventory is never fun, so I am not going to be able to bring some of my bigger pieces.  All my terrariums and wall mounts will be staying back and thus will guaranteed to be available.

I usually have a Halloween update and a post-convention update, but this year I'm only going to be able to have the one post-convention update.  Time, other projects, other factors are limiting how much I can produce at the quality I would like, plus several molds are in need of reworking.  So if you're not able to attend Designercon in person, keep an eye out around Thanksgiving/Black Friday for any pieces that make their way home with me and still need to find homes.  

I'd also like to mention that as seems per usual these days, shipping costs are going up.  The USPS has once again raised shipping prices, and this will affect shipping costs.  Unfortunately this is out of my control so please be understanding.  I am still trying to figure out a better way to ship internationally as well since Etsy is proving to be very troublesome of late, but for now if you want to order something from my shop and you live outside the US, you will have to email me so I can to make a custom Etsy listing for you to order from, as my shop cannot handle the complexities of the various EU and UK tax issues effectively.  Etsy is a workaround until I can come up with a more seamless solution.

I hope everyone is enjoying the fall festivities, and stay safe out there!

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