Black Cat Of A Yellow Floral Chair Aceo Le Print Of A Wc Painting For Sale
**********Welcome to Nancy's Zoo********** Original Siamese Cat Art
THIS IS A PRINT ON CARD STOCK OF A PREVIOUSLY SOLD ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING.
IT IS THE SIZE OF A BASEBALL CARD, 2 1/2 INCHES BY 3 1/2 INCHES
ACEOs ARE SMALL COLLECTIBLE ART
PAYMENTS - Please pay for your items within 7 days.
SHIPPING - I try to ship as soon as payment is received and within a day or two.I ship paintings in bubble envelopes, in plastic holder, and with cardboard. You can check the status of the shipment by clicking on your items won list. I print the US bound labels through Paypal, so you can always check it there, too.
COMBINED SHIPPING: 1-2 = 25 cents more each, 3 or more = .20 more each.
RETURNS - All items may be returned within 14 days of receipt in the original packaging for a refund of the sale price, not the shipping charges. Return postage is the responsibility of the buyer.
response: Once I know your package arrived safely I will leave you positive response. If you have any problems, please email me before you leave amything but positive response for me. I will resolve any and all problems!
I AM A MEMBER OF ACEO ON - What ACEO is all about?
ACEO stands for "Art Cards, Editions and Originals". These cards have one main rule - they are 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches - the size of a trading card. The reason for this is, of course, that Art Cards are made to be traded! But while artists were happily trading cards, the general public was left out in the cold, having no Art Cards to trade. A group of artists realized this, and quickly made their cards available for sale at remarkably low prices so that everyone could join in the fun! Artists have produced miniatures for trade or self-promotion in many eras and places, and the current trend is thus part of this larger context. Artist Trading Cards are typically made on a base of card stock. The only rule for these cards is their size (2.5 x 3.5 inches, the same as commercial trading cards, such as baseball cards and cards for trading card games). Artists generally sign and date the back, and may also include a title and contact information. The face-to-face trading session is considered an integral part of the concept, although many people find each other via the internet and trade by mail.