Order and Shipping Information
My Starbucks Gift Cards
All of my Starbucks Gift Cards are genuine Starbucks cards collected around San Francisco and online.
If you unsatisfied with your Starbucks gift card jewelry for any reason, please return your jewelry within 15 days of receiving your order (in original condition) for a store credit or refund (less shipping). While I take great care to create each piece to be very sturdy, if there happens to be a defect that causes it to break in that time, I will of course fix your jewelry or refund your money. I just ask that you return the original jewelry piece(s).
All orders are shipped via insured mail through the United States Postal Service with delivery confirmation. Shipping charges will depend on the value and weight of the shipment. The shopping cart will automatically figure out the appropriate shipping charges for you. All jewelry is made to order - orders ship out within 2 weeks after order is received. Please also allow shipping transit time.
About My Jewelry
Each piece of jewelry is unique. I hand-punch each Starbucks card. While I try my best to make sure that each card is punched the same, due to the handmade nature of the jewelry each piece will have a slightly different placement. It will have its own personality, just like you! All metal used in the jewelry is solid sterling silver.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and PayPal are accepted.
8.75% sales tax will be added to all orders within California.
Pricing & Color
While I do my very best to be sure all prices are accurate and up-to-date, I have the right to change prices at any time. I am not responsible for pricing errors on the website. Also, I have tried to accurately display the true color of the Starbucks gift cards in the pictures on my website. However, all monitors are calibrated differently.
Your information is perfectly safe with me. I never sell or give away information for any reason.
©2013 Katie Carrin - all rights reserved
San Francisco, California
logo and all card designs belong solely to Starbucks. The jewelry is not
an official Starbucks
product. The jewelry is created using repurposed official Starbucks gift cards that were headed for the trash.
first sale doctrine