Shipping & Sales Tax
COVID-19 RELATED SHIPPING DELAYS
Shipping delays (some very severe) are occurring with all mail leaving the US. You can track your package through USPS.com as well reading the latest updates via their Service Alerts. Delays can be as long as 8 weeks and unless your order is returned to me, no refunds or replacements will be provided.
Mail has been suspended in certain countries and any orders placed within them will be canceled and refunded. To find a complete list, visit USPS.com.
Your order is often shipped within 24 hours of payment (not including weekends, holidays, or inclement weather), but can take up to 2 business days.
Shipping fees are flat rates based on country, not weight, in order to provide you the most economical shipping charge. No matter how much you order, your package will ship for the amounts shown below.
- US - $3.75
- Canada - $12.00
- All other countries - $16.00
While great care is taken in the packaging of your order, once your order has been been received by the USPS, Feed Your Craft is no longer responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items. If you need your order shipped in a manner other than First Class, please contact us for additional options.
If you are an international customer, you are responsible for any customs fees, duty and/or other taxes.
If nexus has been established between Feed Your Craft and the state you live in, sales and/or use tax will need to be collected on your purchase. This list will kept up to date as new states are added and/or as tax rates change.
- Virginia residents are responsible for paying sales and use tax at the current rate in Loudoun County on any items that require shipping. Gift cards and products that are digital-only are tax exempt.
- AMENDED California residents are no longer responsible for paying sales and use tax at the current state rate. We were notified April 30, 2019 that California Legislature recently passed Assembly Bill No. (AB) 147 and no longer need to collect sales tax from CA residents. Any taxes that were collected April 1 through April 29, 2019 will be remitted to CDFTA.
Last updated May 7, 2020