Keeping it tropical with this flamingo!
Flamingos were once a regular resident of Florida until hunted out for ther plumage. Over the past hundred years they've become a rare sight, often just stopping by and goin on their way. Lately though they appear to be sticking around in the keys and everglades. A great sign that the environment is looking good and food can be found. This is why this sticker will be supporting Florida land conservation.
☼ Sticker Information ☼
- Sticker is approx 3.2 & 4.2 inches
- 100% handmade in home studio
- Scratch Resistant
- UV Resistant
- Dishwasher Safe
- You can put these on waterbottle, electronics, notebooks, automobiles, motorcycles, skateboards, surfboards, kayaks, and so much more!
- Easy peel and stick
☼ Sticker Care ☼
• Sticker works best on smooth surfaces, but can do well on some textured surfaces like leather
• Has 2 year outdoor life in full sun and 3+ year indoors.
Return and Refund Policy
We only accept returns on the event the items have been damaged in transit to you, or an error was made on our part. We will do an exchange or refund you the full amount. If you decide you don't like the items, you may exchange it for a different design of equal or greater value. Refunds/exchanges must be declared within 5 days of delivery. Custom orders can NOT be refunded, but may be exchanged if damaged in transit.
Items must be returned in order to receive a refund or be exchanged.
Flat rate sticker shippment: $1.50
To ship within 1-2 days of purchase.
Shipment time is 3-5 business days.
Orders under $30 are shipped by stamp without tracking. If you're in need of tracking you may request it before check out for an additional $2
☼ The Donation ☼
Every sticker donates .50 cents! The selected conservation for this design is: Conservation Florida. They are a state wide accredited land trust and conservation trust that has already worked to protect 25,000 acres of land. They aim to to protect 180,000 acres as they work with landowners, non profits and government agencies.
Learn more here https://www.conserveflorida.org/our-story