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holiday guidelines

Posted on November 09, 2016 by mckay | 0 Comments

Ok people. Here are the guidelines for holiday ordering (which is coming up VERY soon). You know me and my last minute instructions. SORRY.

To make up for the procrastination on my end I am going to be offering up something I never have before for those of you who take advantage of our 'early black friday' sale. We typically do not discount on digitizing and embroidery but for one day only I'll be including those when I release the coupon code Friday morning. 

There is some fine print to make sure your order will qualify for Christmas delivery which I'll outline below. This mainly pertains to custom aprons, since prepping logos for those takes the most time. Clutches & monogrammed ribbons are easier to prep so if that is what you are ordering just make sure to order by 12/1 and they will be delivered before Christmas day. I am only able to guantee delivery within the continental US you guys. I hate that, but I've had a few issues come up in the last couple months and I don't feel comfortable guaranteeing delivery when I can't control customs inspections. 
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1. Last day to order aprons & toolkits is next Tuesday, 11/15. PLEASE include your logo (a large jpg/png is fine) in an email or attached to your etsy conversation as soon as you order. If we do not receive your logo or embroidery file within 24 hours of purchase, we cannot guarantee you will receive your aprons in time.

2. Your logo will be sent to our digitizer immediately after receipt and we will be back in touch within 2 business days with your quote. Approval and payment need to be made within 24 hours of receipt and then you are ready to go!
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That's it! Easy peasy lemon squeezey (as Beckett would say). Feel free to email me with any questions and if you want to get a jump on ordering, go ahead and email me your logo NOW so that we can get you a quote. hello@oatmeallace.com

Can't wait to work with all of you for holiday gifting. Don't forget, I have gift cards as well if you aren't quite sure what to buy!

xx

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a is for apron.

Posted on April 29, 2014 by mckay | 0 Comments

last summer my good friend Jacin, of lovely little details, contacted me about making aprons for her event team with her company logo on them. we discussed a few fabric and design ideas for how it should function and started working on a pattern.  I like to jump right into projects sometimes before I have all the information so after I found the perfect design I had to backtrack to make sure we could even format her logo for embroidery. I forwarded her logo over to my embroidery partner and because she is a genius, she said sure, let's give it a shot! the first set of aprons were a go! who knew that less than a year later I would have the pleasure of working with over 75 amazing vendors to create custom aprons for their companies.  I've posted several here in larger jpg format so you can get an idea of how the logo translates once sewn and if you follow this link HERE you will see a lookbook of most of the completed aprons I've done.  if anyone is interested in the process for ordering let me know and I'll do a post dedicated to that next! I'm trying to add a page on shopify but with all the customization options it's a bit more difficult than I expected (not computer savvy over here...) 





Posted in custom apron, custom embroidered apron, event design apron, florist apron, oatmeal lace, oatmeal lace design, vendor apron, wedding planner apron

a is for apron.

Posted on April 29, 2014 by noreply@blogger.com (mckay) | 4 Comments

last summer my good friend Jacin, of lovely little details, contacted me about making aprons for her event team with her company logo on them. we discussed a few fabric and design ideas for how it should function and started working on a pattern.  I like to jump right into projects sometimes before I have all the information so after I found the perfect design I had to backtrack to make sure we could even format her logo for embroidery. I forwarded her logo over to my embroidery partner and because she is a genius, she said sure, let's give it a shot! the first set of aprons were a go! who knew that less than a year later I would have the pleasure of working with over 75 amazing vendors to create custom aprons for their companies.  I've posted several here in larger jpg format so you can get an idea of how the logo translates once sewn and if you follow this link HERE you will see a lookbook of most of the completed aprons I've done.  if anyone is interested in the process for ordering let me know and I'll do a post dedicated to that next! I'm trying to add a page on shopify but with all the customization options it's a bit more difficult than I expected (not computer savvy over here...) 





Posted in custom apron, custom embroidered apron, event design apron, florist apron, oatmeal lace, oatmeal lace design, vendor apron, wedding planner apron