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Policy & Practices

To ensure your safety, these are the actions I’m taking to comply with the Indian Government’s Health Department to reduce the risk of COVID-19:

  • Actively practicing social distancing as advised and keeping 1.5m between myself and other individuals.
  • Not travelling overseas until 2021 and avoiding non-essential travel.
  • Practicing proper hand and respiratory hygiene.
  • All print orders are handled with gloves and washed hands.
  • Not participating in any face to face meetings.

I am also following the National Centre for Disease Control Indian guidelines regarding COVID-19 by working from home and complying with their Compliance and Enforcement Policies.

Updates for Deliveries and Commissions

Effects on delivery times

The postal services I use are Indian Post and DTDC, both are experiencing higher than normal volumes.

DHL is expecting delays of up to 3 – 5 days and I encourage you to use this service if you want to receive your order faster.

If you choose to use Indian Post there are longer delays. For Indian  orders you can expect up to 3 to 6 days worth of delays. All international orders can expect up to 6 to 10 days worth of delays. In some cases, delays have been longer and up to 24 days.

Once the parcel is in your country of delivery, the local postal service may have their own delays.

Commissions still available 

Yes if you would like to organize a commission, please email me ( to arrange a time to speak!