Pink and Yellow Rainbow | Sticker
These stickers are perfect for laptops, water bottles, tumblers, notebooks, and even cars!
- 3" x 3"
- Dishwasher Safe
- Removable/replaceable up to 2 times
- Leave little to no residue
All sticker designs are hand created either with acrylic, watercolor, or digitally via iPad Pro. By purchasing this sticker, you are supporting an additional small shop!
All products are made-to-order.
Typical processing time is 2-7 business days.
This does not include weekends or holidays.
If there is an unexpected delay, we will contact you via e-mail.
Shipping after processed: 3-4 business days (without unexpected delays).
Garment should be washed INSIDE OUT • Do not dry clean • Machine wash WARM or COLD / mild detergent • We recommend flat or hang dry • No chlorine bleach • DO NOT IRON over design
JEWELRYGold-filled does not peel like plated nor does it tarnish as easily as silver. From time to time, you may wish to clean your jewelry from everyday wear. We recommend using mild soap and water.
Sterling Silver should be stored individually in its own case or pouch in a dry, cool place. Avoid keeping jewelry in the bathroom. You could try sealing it in an airtight plastic bag to protect it from oxidation and humidity.
Over time, dirt, makeup residue, and skin oils can build up causing the silver to become cloudy or dull. It is best to clean regularly and gently wipe it with a soft cloth. We discourage using chemical liquid jewelry cleaners. Avoid using coarse fibers, but wipe down as often as you'd like!
What's the difference between Gold-Filled vs Plated?
Gold-filled generally lasts much longer than most electroplated jewelry. It is a quality material, easy to care for, and will usually maintain its golden shine for a lifetime.
Unlike plated metals or "dipped" metals, Gold-filled is legally required to contain 1/20 gold by weight. Our 14K Gold Filled jewelry is 14/20 Gold-filled.
Gold-plated is a small layer applied to a brass base. It is estimated to be .05% or less of gold. It will generally wear off quickly exposing the brass. Gold plating cannot stand up to heat, water, or wear over time.