Uniquecreator's Open Commissions - 20+ years of experience

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#1 uniquecreator on 1 year ago

Hi I am uniquecreator. I have more than 20 years experience in designing and sewing Outfits. I love what I do and I am easy to work with. You can see some of my work on Facebook: [url]https://www.facebook.com/reba.collections[/url] or on our website: [url]http://rebascollections.wix.com/fashion[/url]. Instagram and Twitter: @allthatcrafty and @CollectionsReba.

This is how I work: I require half of the full amount quoted for the pieces you wish commissioned in order to start the project. The balance of the amount is due at the end of the project, along with the shipping fee. The balance can be paid in full at the end of the project or by installments up to the point of paying off the full amount at the end of the project. When the project has been finished, I will email you final pictures and the balance and the shipping fee is due then. Once I receive the funds, I will mail out the outfit, accessories or props commissioned.

I need the following information:
Reference Pictures
Location being sent to
Details about the project

The Price quoted includes materials, workmanship, Paypal fees, etc.

Once you have sent me the half of the full amount deposit, then I set aside a space within my schedule for your project. That first half deposit is not refundable because this amount will go automatically towards materials and other starting fees.

I like to discuss the entire project in details before starting because once the pattern work has started, no major changes are allowed.

I normally email you pictures once the pieces look decent, almost finished or finished. This is because I have had the experience of showing work in progress and the customer not understanding work in progress process and therefore, slows me down, delays the work and then I have to rush at the end to still meet the deadline.

Please keep track of your emails. I have been running into some problems with customers who I finish their project on time and then I can't reach them. If you don't respond, you are responsible for your deadline that you missed. Please keep open communication with me.

I am here to answer your questions, keep communication and make the commission process as easy as possible.

I hope to be able to help you with your next Cosplay Outfit, Accessories or Props.

Just PM me or email me at: [email][email protected][/email]


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