Enjoy this polka-dot cupcake like treat with whip cream white ruffles to really make things tempting.
Happy Birthday to the beauty and the brains behind this very SOSSY operation. Help the SOS BOSS Q. Chelette bring in her 28th Birthday by enjoying 65% off this custom SOS parasol purchase.
A large majority of fabric used to create (non-custom) SOS parasol designs are fabric donated from local fashion designers and/or businesses. Fabric material information may not be available.
All parasols are 14" in diameter
All SOS parasols aka 2nd line umbrellas are created as high end artwork 1st and New Orleans inspired fashion accessories 2nd.
HANDEL WITH CARE
You can return items in the original packaging within the first 10 days of the date that your order was shipped, with receipt or proof of purchase. If 10 days or more have passed since your purchase, we cannot offer a return. Upon receipt, we will fully examine it and notify you via email, within a reasonable period of time, whether you are entitled to an exchange. If you are entitled to an exchange, you will receive store credit that may be in the form a coupon that can be used at the pop up shop.
*Only regular priced items may be returned or exchanged. Sale items are non-refundable.
To follow-up on the status of your return, please contact us at email@example.com
Exchanges do not include any shipping and handling charges shown on the packaging slips or invoices. Shipping charges for all returns must be prepaid and insured by you. You are responsible for any loss or damage to hardware during shipment. We do not guarantee that we will receive your returned item. Shipping and handling charges are not refundable. Any amounts refunded will not include the cost of shipping.
USPS PRIORITY SHIPPING RATES AND PROCEDURES APPLY
Please note that this artwork is NOT WATERPROOF.
DO NOT USE OR DISPLAY IN RAIN .
Not appropriate for children under the age of 13.
- Things to Consider
The common way to display artwork is placing the open parasol in its upright position or hanging it from the handle (upside down); however, there are places on the wall which are bad for hanging parasols and ones which are better in terms of preservation. The best place to hang the artwork is away from any heat source, in a place of relatively stable and reasonable humidity and not in direct sunlight.
- Dirt and Heat
Heat dries out the material speeding up the process of natural aging. Also, as hot air rises it carries dirt with it. Thus, a parasol above a heat source will experience far more grime than is normal for the rest of the room. Heat sources can also soften paint. Dirt and debris are easily trapped in the softened paint and varnish.
It is not advised to hang artwork over fireplaces. In addition to the damage caused by the radiating heat, soot and smoke damage will permanently darken and alter the tone of the artwork, especially those works that are unprimed and unvarnished.
Moisture will weaken the adhesion of the paint or adheivsive layers and eventually cause paint loss. The support and ground are the most sensitive components of the painting to water damage. If damage to the support and ground are pervasive, further damage to the artwork and varnish may occur.
Low or high relative humidity as well as rapid changes in relative humidity are not good for artwork. Low relative humidity tends to minimize chemical change. However, it also tends to make adhiesives and paint brittle and prone to mechanical damage. High relative humidity tends to minimize mechanical damage. However, it tends to promote the growth of biological organisms. Mold growth in the form of black spots has been seen in artwork.
Too much change in relative humidity is especially bad for artwork.
As a rule of thumb, ultraviolet light should be kept away from artwork, especially in display and storage. Fugitive dyes and colorants used in the paints will eventually discolor under exposure to ultraviolet light. The fading of pigments and dyes in paintings will affect the color balance of the image. The intensity and wavelengths of light used in displaying graphic art is generally safe for paintings.
- Things to Consider