Questions They Ask Us
. . . . and decorative ideas!
Hand-made gifts . . . .
Q:  "Hello, is this Jootz?"
A:  Yes.

Q: "Do you take credit cards?"
A: Yes ... and we give them back.

Q: "Do your creations make great gifts because they are limited edition pieces or because they are unique objets d'art?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I bought a beautiful plate from you a few years ago. My 28-year-old son wanted to see if it would sail like a Frisbee, so he threw it off our roof. Can you repair shattered plates?"
A: No.

Q: "You say your dishes are food-safe. However, when I bit into one, I got sharp pieces of glass in my mouth and it hurt. Am I doing something wrong?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I have one of your gorgeous ornaments which I have assigned in my will to go to my daughter. I don't expect to die for another 50 years. I figure the ornament should appreciate in value an average of 50% per year over that period of time. Should I still hold onto my blue chip stocks?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I see that your stuff is in more and more retail shops these days. Has this rapid growth made you all smug and smarty-arty?"
A:  You betcha!

Q: "Dear nice person. I hope this message finds you most comfortable and elated. I am from Scamsylvania. Recently we have discovered the oil under our farm. It is lots of the oil. You wish to share our good wealth? Then please answer this message and include your bank name and account number and PIN."

A: No thanks, but have a most wondrous day!

Q: "I liked you on Facebook but you never liked me back. I hate you! Why didn't you like me back?

A: This is cousin Helen, isn't it?  STOP IT!
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Questions They Ask Us
. . . . and decorative ideas!
Hand-made gifts . . . .
Questions They Ask Us
Q:  "Hello, is this Jootz?"
A:  Yes.

Q: "Do you take credit cards?"
A: Yes ... and we give them back.

Q: "Do your creations make great gifts because they are limited edition pieces or because they are unique objets d'art?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I bought a beautiful plate from you a few years ago. My 28-year-old son wanted to see if it would sail like a Frisbee, so he threw it off our roof. Can you repair shattered plates?"
A: No.

Q: "You say your dishes are food-safe. However, when I bit into one, I got sharp pieces of glass in my mouth and it hurt. Am I doing something wrong?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I have one of your gorgeous ornaments which I have assigned in my will to go to my daughter. I don't expect to die for another 50 years. I figure the ornament should appreciate in value an average of 50% per year over that period of time. Should I still hold onto my blue chip stocks?"
A: Yes.

Q: "I see that your stuff is in more and more retail shops these days. Has this rapid growth made you all smug and smarty-arty?"
A:  You betcha!

Q: "Dear nice person. I hope this message finds you most comfortable and elated. I am from Scamsylvania. Recently we have discovered the oil under our farm. It is lots of the oil. You wish to share our good wealth? Then please answer this message and include your bank name and account number and PIN."

A: No thanks, but have a most wondrous day!

Q: "I liked you on Facebook but you never liked me back. I hate you! Why didn't you like me back?

A: This is cousin Helen, isn't it?  STOP IT!