Frequently Asked Questions
A: Just create an account, enter some basic details and a chosen password and you are ready to go.
A: Yes. However, at this time we only provide service within Australia.
A: No you can order as little or as large as you like.
A: I am one person and I will be answering the phone and can help you with your queries. We are contactable on the phone between 10:00am and 3:00pm Monday to Friday.
A: Firstly, use the "forgotten password" link on the account logon screen. An e-mail will be sent automatically containing a new password. Cut and paste this when you next try and log-in. Please do not forget to reset your password once you are logged on.
Payment and Delivery
A: The price indicated is always for a single item unless otherwise stipulated. Prices are in Australian Dollars and we will always invoice in AUD.
A: Yes. We strive to keep our prices competitive. The prices are kept as low as possible so our customers can gain the biggest savings.
A: We are a small family business, trading independently so are not dictated to by our manufacturers. By keeping our overheads to a minimum, we endeavour to pass on value for money to our customers. You can find more details about us by reading our profile.
A: On order placement you will receive an automatic email acknowledgement of "Pending" status. Once payment has been received we will begin creating your piece. Once completed we will pack and send your item with Australia Post.
A: We accept visa and mastercard payments, Paypal, Bank Transfer, ZipPay, Afterpay, Cash on pick up and also Credit Card via Paypal services. An echeque through paypal can take a few days to authorise, therefore please take this into account. An order will not be dispatch until the funds have reached our account.
We also have the ability to take eptpos payments through Square in house.
A: For orders placed on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, processing commences the following Monday. If we have your item in stock we aim to despatch these orders on that Monday for delivery Tuesday. However, please note that during periods of very high demand it may not be possible for all orders to leave us on the Monday for next day delivery and you may have to wait an extra 24 hours for the despatch of your goods. You will be emailed once your order is dispatched so you are aware of when to expect delivery.
Your order status on payment moves to "Paid: Awaiting Courier/Postal" and you will receive a payment confirmation email, and information on the expected delivery time and date.
We will then ship your goods and update the status to "Paid Delivered" once dispatched.
A: This will depend on your request. Once your design has been approved by you, it will take 3 days to create your job. If painting is required we recommend another 2 days to ensure paint is dried before shipping your item to you. Non customized pieces will be shipped within 3 days of receiving order.
A: As a small business we do not offer this service through Australian Post due to the additional costs of time spent travelling, queuing and parking charges. I will attempt in all cases to use the most cost effective postal bag possible.
A: Yes we offer click and collect. Location for pick ups is Brookfield Victoria 3338. Once an order is placed, we will contact you to finalise a day and time for collection.
A: Laser cutting is the process of using a powerful laser to cut and/or engrave items from flat sheets of material like wood or Perspex/acrylic. The Laser cutter works by directing a high powered laser beam very precisely at the chosen material to either etch, mark or cut through.
Please note that all items pictured may have accessories added for photography purposes, these are not included in the same of the products.
We have now introduced a CNC into our creative design. CNC means computer numerical control. It is the fabrication method where written code controls the machinery in the manufacturing process. The code determines everything from the movement of the cutting head and the part to spindle speed, RPMs etc
A: We have a variety of wood and thicknesses however we predominately use 3mm and 6mm. We can engrave on items such as box, hammers etc however we do only offer these services to products bought in house.
With our CNC operation we work with wood from 3mm to 20mm.
A: Yes, we do. However colours are limited and an extra 2 days will be added to creativity time to process your order. Although we offer this service we recommend you have a go at painting your items.
A: This is because your item has been cut/burnt into shape and therefore will have a smell. This will past with time however initially the smell will be quite strong.
A: The materials we use are only suitable for inside use. However Acrylic can be used in an undercover area. MDF also can be used however if moisture is an issue then this will eventually destroy/warp your item.
Perspex/Acrylic can be quite fragile. We recommend using a nail to hang these products. A reliable double sided tape can be used however please note that if your item was to fall, it will shatter into pieces. This is why many of our acrylic pieces have a backing board of MDF for strength.
A: If you are choosing a plaque or sign these may come with a glue stick and hook for hanging your item. This will not be attached to your item as you may like it painted first. We do not recommend children use the glue as it is very strong.
Some items will alternatively come with a stand, just be mindful that if you are painting your item, you may need to sand the paint off the bottom to fit into the stand.
We highly recommend purchasing 3M command stripes from your local supermarket as these will have your item looking beautiful flush against the wall.
A: We are happy to supply on-line traders.
A: Whilst we are happy for you to use our photographs, please take a copy and link them via your webserver, not linking directly to our photographs.
A: We create all products and although we may have some high demand items already made, most are created once an order is received.
A: No. Due to the high turnaround of our stock we found that a paper catalogue is out of date before it is even printed.