Free Shipping!
Free Shipping on $100.00 or more

All orders of 100.00 *after coupon use* or more get free US shipping at B'sue Boutiques! This means if you still have 100.00 in your cart after coupons, rewards coupons, other discounts come off, we will ship your package in the US free.

A quick review of our regular shipping fees reveals that they are very low. In many cases it may cost us more than we are asking from you to ship your order. Packaging, bags, boxes, etc.....none of these things are factored into what you pay. We never charge prep fees or packaging surcharges.

We never charge to prepare customs documents on international orders, either. MORE ABOUT THAT, below:

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: We regret we cannot extend free shipping on international orders, but we will ship for the least possible.

The shipping fees here at the site are based on experience and estimates, but weight is the ultimate deciding factor. If you are ordering from abroad, keep in mind that ordering a lot of mixed media products or tools can drive the weight of a package way up. We have to receive the full amount to ship your things, we cannot absorb some of the heavy shipping for you.The extra would be billed and we would need to wait to receive it before shipping.

That might be worth it to you! Perhaps you live in a place where these things are not available and in the long run, ship fees are a pretty economical plane trip to a country far away, right?

On the other hand, if your package is very light, we may be able to refund some of your shipping! We LOVE to do that, and always will!

DUTY on International Orders and Shipping: We regret sincerely that we cannot falsify customs documents to help customers avoid duty fees. We don't like those laws that require you to pay high fees to receive your package or the jumps in international shipping rates in recent years, or the differences in currencies.

We are powerless to change those laws, which have hurt our business here, as well. If you are new to ordering outside your country, a discussion with your local postal agent will get you all the information you need to determine what your liabilities might be. Most countries allow lesser amounts to be received without duty. You can easily find out how much that might be by asking at the Post Office. We do not have this information.

Thanks so much for understanding!

We know that there are small shippers and unscrupulous foreign suppliers who will falsify documents for you, but it's all against the law! In the long run, you could end up with a confiscated package and nothing to show for the money spent. Customs agents are trained to watch suspicious packages now more than ever.

So.... please do not ask us to declare a lesser amount than you spent on the customs document. Again, this is against the law and a form of smuggling in many countries.

Again, thank you so much!