Can I have a different colour frame?

The small pictures come in a silver frame. The medium ones in a double mounted black frame (pictured). The large (long thin) are available in a choice of black or white., if I can change the colour of the frame, subject to availability, I will.

I would like a commission what do I need to do?

Get in touch, If you know what you want and have photos and things that you want me to use, that's great, if you're not sure what you want, that's no problem, I'm happy to help you come up with ideas.

I don't have Paypal what do I need to do?

We accept card payments too.

How long will it take from placing my order to receiving it?

Please allow 3-5 days. Note this does not include commissions

Can you post overseas?

Yes I can, please contact me and I'll organise a quote for delivery and an approximate delivery time (as this may take longer than 3 -5 working days). Delivery will be charged at cost. Please note that additional fees may apply when sending overseas and these are the responsibility of the buyer

Can I make a return?

I make every effort to represent everything accurately on my website, however if for any reason you wish to return an item, please talk to me first, you can email me at jackie@treehuggery.co.uk. You'll need to do this within 21 days of receipt of the order. I'll need you to return it, as you received it, in its original packaging, within 21 days. It's preferable to send it tracked, as at this point you will be responsible for any loss during transit. Upon receipt a refund (minus postage) will be issued. UK law applies. Please note this does not apply to commissions.

Why the name TreeHuggery?

Both myself and my husband have always been called "TreeHugging Hippies"; we don't have a tv, we're both veggie, grow our own veg, and try not to rely on the car. When thinking of a name, it was a case of embrace the name that you're called, and it seems to work well for a business that gets people thinking differently about things that might otherwise get thrown away.

Where do you get your old papers from?

From a variety of sources, I go to car boot sales and junk shops, but also people are really kind, and it's not uncommon to come back from a walk with my dog (Little Moo) to find a pile of old maps on my doorstep.

Is it collage or paint?

It's mixed media collage, so the background is (usually) pastel, and then then the people are collaged on to the top, and can include found materials, memorabilia and ephemera The effect is very slightly 3 dimensional and a little reminiscent of the original Paddington Bear sketches by Peggy Fortnum.