Blackcabbit (aka. Dionnie Takahashi) is an illustrator living in Japan. She loves drawing whimsical animal characters, as well as doing handmade crafts to beautify the world she lives in.
When I was in Singapore, I used to sell artworks, vintage finds, craft supplies & used books in eBay (with a 100% positive feedback). I really enjoyed the process of putting up stuffs for sale, answering enquires, following through a transaction and finally my favorite part… having fun in packaging and shipping it to the rest of the world! It always thrilled me so much.
However before I can unleashed the “seller bug” in me, it took me over a year to settle down in Japan. Only in October 2009, I finally jumped onto the major craft bandwagon and set up Zibbet (and a few more stores following that).
Having so many stores (yikes, very greedy of me) and selling items in different categories can be confusing to my buyers. So for convenience sake, I have put ALL my listings’ thumbnails on this page, which will link to the relevant stores. Please let me know if you stumble across any broken link, I’ll really appreciate the help. ^_^b
To reduce cost for my customers whenever possible, I am happy to combine shipping for all these stores (i.e. Etsy & Zibbet) with exception of eBay. Please EMAIL ME IN ADVANCE (via any of the store’s email system) and let me know which items you want to buy. I will then specially prepare for you a customized listing (in ZIBBET) with the accurate shipping rate. Please note that (1) combined shipping must be shipped to a single buyer with the same address; (2) customers who did not email in advance, will have to pay according to the “if purchased with another item” shipping (Secondary Shipping) rate.
Further information on shipping and payment can be found on my stores’ POLICIES. Anyway, feel free to drop me any questions in the comment box below and I will get back to you ASAP. ^_^
[Latest Update – IMPORTANT!]
Dear USA customers,
Previously, there was a shipping announcement from Japan Post (17th November 2010) that states that they will not accept parcels weighing over 16 oz (453 gm) to USA and its territories. However, Mollykat (from USA) has kindly updated me that this restriction has been lifted. I double-checked with Japan Post today and was told that it is okay to send parcels over 16 oz. Nonetheless, USA custom check will be strict and thorough due to reinforcement of US air security against the recent activities of terrorists. Hence, the delivery time will be prolonged.
(4th February 2011)