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Enjoy $5.99 Flat Rate Shipping (2-7 business days) on orders over $25 *.

** Large sheet paper (uncut) will have an additional $15 fee due to oversized shipment price increases. Easels and easel accessories also have a $15 additional fee **

We ship worldwide! International orders are subject to all applicable customs & duty taxes & fees. These fees are not included in the shipping price.

Orders of $400 or more ship for free within the United States.

Orders placed online and by phone generally ship within 48-72 business hours. Paper and Ink Arts is closed on Saturday & Sundays, so orders placed over the weekend will begin shipping on the following Monday.

Please leave a comment in your order if you have an urgent receive by date, and we will do our best to accommodate or contact you with upgraded shipping options. Please call us or check for estimated delivery schedules when placing time-sensitive orders. UPS does not deliver on Saturday except when upgraded Saturday delivery is arranged with us.

If there is an item in your order that is out of stock, we will contact you via email when your order is packed to allow you the choice of having your other items shipped or having your entire order held until your backordered item arrives.

Shipping charges are simply the standard UPS or USPS rate of shipping your package to your location based on the package's weight. Sheets of paper require a tube for shipping, thus your shipping rates will increase from the amount you see on your online order to compensate for the extra parcel. No handling charges are ever added.

Canada Customs requires Canadian recipients to pay applicable duties, taxes, and brokerage fees on each shipment entering Canada. These charges may include PST, GST, HST, duties and other taxes of goods (e.g. excise tax). Please, be aware that UPS will request payment of these charges at the time of delivery. You have the ability to call UPS ahead of time (1-800-742-5877) to pay these charges, eliminating the need for payment on delivery.”

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