2020 Holiday shipping deadlines

This is the earliest I've ever posted shipping deadlines, and I know nobody wants to be thinking about Hanukkah/Christmas/etc yet, but given the unprecedented USPS delays I've been experiencing and my extremely unpredictable health, here we go:

If you live outside the US and/or are having things sent to an address that is outside the US:

  • You probably should have done this already. I wish I was joking. Canada, you've probably still got time. Everywhere else? I have no clue. It might be fine, or it might not show up until January.

If you live in the US and/or are having things sent to an address that is in the US:

  • If you would like your shinies to arrive before the first night of Hannukah (December 10), the order must be placed no later than Friday November 27. Earlier would be better. 
  • if you would like your shinies to arrive before the last night of Hanukkah (December 18) you've got a little bit of wiggle room, but I would still highly recommend going with the previous deadline.
  • If you would like your shinies to arrive before Solstice/the first night of Yule (December 21) or Christmas Eve (December 24) the order must be placed no later than Friday, December 11th. Again, earlier would be better. 
  • If you somehow manage to forget about the existence of Christmas until December 19th, as someone inevitably does every single year (how? how is that possible? do you live under a rock??) your options will be a gift certificate or a larger gift certificate. I will NOT be offering overnight shipping this year. 

If you're planning to order a bunch of necklines or intent pendants or open edition earrings or $5 surprise earrings/pendants (in other words, stuff that I need to make) it would be a really good idea to not wait until the deadline; I'll do my best, but covid left me with lung issues that can take me out for days at a time with zero warning.

Also, please remember that I do not do Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales. My normal prices are already pretty low, and if you're on a really tight budget or just enjoy bargains (who doesn't?) I do a big anniversary sale the first week of November. 

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