Questions about ordering:

How much does shipping cost?
To calculate shipping costs add the items you’d like to purchase to your shopping cart. On the cart page enter your postal/zip code, select your country from the dropdown menu, and click the “calculate shipping” button. Your exact shipping cost will be shown below.

What payment methods do you accept?
Wit & Whistle accepts PayPal payments as well as all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover). Credit card payments are processed through PayPal, but you don’t need to create an account to check out.

Can you customize a product for me?
Unfortunately Wit & Whistle cannot provide customizations.

Can you make me a custom rubber stamp?
Wit & Whistle does not offer custom stamps.

How long will it take for my order to arrive?
Once full payment has been received items will ship within 3 business days. Wit & Whistle ships worldwide via USPS First Class Parcel mail. Shipments within the US will take 2-5 business days to arrive. Please allow 2–4 weeks for international delivery.

Do you accept international orders?

Do you charge sales tax?
6.75% sales tax will be applied to orders from North Carolina.

What is your return policy?
Unused items may be returned within 14 days of receipt for a refund (excluding shipping charges). Return shipping costs are the buyer’s responsibility and are non-refundable.

Are Wit & Whistle products available for wholesale?
Yes! Please fill out this wholesale application to request more information. Wit & Whistle products are not offered on a consignment basis nor does Wit & Whistle offer drop-shipping.

What is your rubber stamp copyright policy?
Wit & Whistle rubber stamps are copyrighted. There are no limitations on personal use. Commercial use (on products you plan to sell) is permitted, but is limited to 100 hand-stamped impressions per stamp, and a line of credit to Wit & Whistle should be included where possible.

General questions:

Does the Wit & Whistle blog offer any advertising opportunities? Or can I write a guest post, sponsor your blog, send you a product to review, or do a giveaway?
Wit & Whistle does not offer advertising opportunities, nor does it accept guest posts, sponsors, sponsored posts, products to review, or giveaways. Wit & Whistle is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

Will you write a blog post featuring my products/photography/work?
The Wit & Whistle blog doesn’t accept submissions.

How did you start Wit & Whistle, and do you have any advice to share?
I wrote a blog about this—check it out right here!

What kind of camera do you use?
I have a Canon 5D Mark II and a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 lens, a Canon EF 17-40mm F/4 L lens, a Canon EF 35mm f/2 lens, and a Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. I use my 50mm lens the most.

What kind of printers do you have in your studio?
I have three Epson C88+ printers. They use Epson’s archival quality, pigment based inks which I absolutely love. Although these days I work with a local printing company to produce most of my products.

How do you edit your photos?
I edit my photos in Photoshop, and I use a customized Photoshop action to achieve that warm, vintage-y feel. There are lots of free actions available if you search the web, or MCP Actions has some great ones for sale.

Who made your website?
I designed and built my website, and it is running on WordPress. I don’t provide web design or development services.

What kind of pens do you draw with?
They aren’t fancy, but Pilot Precise V5 pens are my favorite!

Will you share your product and/or manufacturing sources with me?
I’m afraid I’m not able to share my sources—a girl has to have some trade secrets! ;) Thanks for understanding!

What kind of dogs do you have?
Both of my dogs are schnauzer/poodle mixes. They are the best!

Still have questions? Ask me!


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