This hand painted custom designed sweet tote purse was created with the baker and sweet maker in mind. Create a custom purse to meet your sweet and dessert interests.
The Sweet Tote is a best of both worlds collaboration by Sweet Fest & D.Hodges Art. This hand bag is a pure work of custom designed art, hand painted on a handbag of your choosing. Each bag is hand painted and made to order.
Since these works of sweet art are made to order, you have the flexibility of developing your own custom design. If you have a design concept, please include your thoughts & ideas in the comments during checkout. If you'd like to discuss ideas before purchasing, please email Cyd at email@example.com.
Before we begin painting your bag, we will develop a a selection of sample of sketches to meet your specifications. We will not start production of your Sweet Tote until you have approved the design.
Each Sweet Tote will include an autographed Certificate of Authenticity indicating its art work production number such as 1 of 1. Please allow 6 - 8 weeks for production and delivery. If you have any questions before submitting your order, please contact Cyd directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Returns & Refunds
Physical ProductsIf you need to return or exchange any physical item purchased through this shop, you may do so if we receive your returned merchandise within 45 days of the date we shipped it to you. All returns and exchanges must be accompanied by (1) your customer name, (2) address, (3) whether you seek a return or an exchange, (4) reason for request, and (5) a contact phone number and email address. Please email us before shipping the item back. We will provide you the return address at that time.
If a refund is required at any time, we will issue your refund via the same payment method you used for purchase. Digital products are excluded from this refund policy. There are no refunds for digital products, only credits towards the purchase of other digital content such as classes, trainings, etc. Credits can not be applied towards the annual Sweet Fest Business Conference.