Orders are packed securely for safe travel and First Class or Priority Mail is used for items being shipped within the USA. All orders must be prepaid. Please allow 10-14 days for domestic delivery when placing an order. If you prefer your items to be shipped by another method, please notify Joni Stinson when ordering. Your shipping fee may need to be adjusted to accommodate your shipping request.
Shipping charges are included in the prices of all products for domestic delivery. Delivery confirmation is required on all items and included in the price. Insurance is mandatory on items valued at $50 or more and is included in the price.
International orders will incur an additional shipping fee of $12.50 for the first item, plus $3.00 for each additional item. Please allow additional delivery time for international orders.
If you are not happy with your purchase you may return it for a refund, minus actual shipping costs that are included in the price of the product and any additional international shipping fees, within 5 working days. Items cannot be returned for refund if damaged. Customer pays shipping and handling costs on returns and insurance may be required. Contact Joni Stinson before returning any item.
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Joni Stinson - Bio
I am Joni Stinson, Creek-Cherokee, an enrolled member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. I am a beadweaver, jewelry designer and silversmith. I graduated from Oklahoma State University and did my dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center.
I am a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and a Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist. I am married to Dr. Warren Stinson. We have two sons and three grandchildren.
I am in the process of winding down my professional career to devote more time to bead work and sharing my art and craft with others.
I teach beading at Blue Earth Intertribal School of Native American Studies in Omaha, Ne. I have been invited by the United States Department of Interior to participate in their National Park Service's "Artist in Residence" program.
I sell my work at Pow Wows, Craft Shows, Galleries, and on-line.
My designs combine traditional Native American techniques with contemporary elements, colors and materials. My work is symbolic and exemplifies my passion for my Nation and my art.
My work is made in accordance with THE INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS ACT OF 1990, P.L. 101-644. This Act prohibits the use of "Native American" in the sale of products unless one is a citizen of a U.S. recognized Indian Tribe.