Shopping for a Christmas gift?
Art makes a fantastic gift. One of my favorite parts of this season has become hearing from customers each year who are giving my work as gifts. Even better is when I hear from them after Christmas and find out how much the recipient loved what they found under the tree on Christmas morning. It's truly magical for me! So, if you're here, you're likely looking at a gift and wonder if it will get there on time?
Fine Art America has been my primary print partner for nearing a decade now and in that time they have developed a network of production facilities that they use to ship your purchase from the facility nearest you. This helps with both shipping costs as well as being more friendly to the environment. For customers outside of the US, during checkout, you should see where your purchases are being shipped from. For customers within the US, your purchase will be made and shipped domestically by default.
As there are a multiple production facilities, the following Christmas shipping calendar is broken down by destination.
Fine Art America/Pixels Christmas 2017 Calendar
The above calendar and shipping details below are courtesy of Fine Art America
Domestic Shipments (US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Europe)
If our production facility is located in the same country as your shipping destination, then the order is a domestic order, and the calendar here applies. If our production facility is located in Europe and your shipping destination is in Europe or the UK, then it's a domestic order, as well.
In order to guarantee delivery by Christmas Eve, all domestic orders must be placed by 5:00 PM Eastern Time on December 12th (Ground Shipments) or 11:59 PM Eastern Time on December 18th (Overnight Shipments).
Fine Art America has production facilities located throughout the world, and we'll ship you order to any address in the world from the closest available production facility. Since shipping times vary significantly by destination, please place all international orders no later than 5:00 PM (Eastern U.S. Time) on December 2nd.