We marked December 10 as our last day to order and be sure you your items in time for Christmas. The true story behind that date is that its pretty nebulous, and we picked it because its pretty safe, based on recommendations from our suppliers and the post office. There's still a chance you can get your order by Christmas if you order later than that, and we'll do our best to get shipments out as fast as possible - but we can't make any guarantees. So here's some info to help you decide for yourself:

First of all - we now have Gift Cards available. These are electronic via email, so you can order them even on Christmas Eve and have them instantly! They come in several different amounts, but they can also be combined to make a larger amount. This is obviously your best bet and safest route for a last minute order.

Aside from that, here's some info for US customers based on everything we have shipped since October in case you want to decide for yourself whether to take a chance. (Obviously, shipping is all in the control of the postal/delivery carriers. Keep in mind that they may be a little slower during Christmas due to the volume of mail.) Our t-shirt orders so far almost always process, pack and go out in 1 or 2 business days. Within the LA area, the shipments so far usually deliver 1-2 business days after that. Across the country, they generally seem to deliver in 2 to 4 business days. That could be a string of good luck, so keep in mind that it could take longer, especially as it gets closer to Christmas. Canvasbox prints and posters tend to be ready to ship out in 2 to 4 business days. In the LA area, they usually deliver 2 business days after that and, like the shirts, often deliver across the country in 2 to 4 business days. All that said, remember our "official" guidelines in our FAQ are that items usually ship in 2 to 4 business days, and that shipping can take 2 to 8 days. So far, we've almost always beat that, but we can't make that a promise.

So use that info to decide whats right for you. Depending on where you are and when you order, it may be pretty likely that you can still get it in time. Or maybe you don't mind even if it gets there a couple days after Christmas. Or maybe the gift card option is really whats right for you anyway. Regardless of what you choose, we hope you have a great holiday season thats full of joy and oso special moments.

December 10, 2014 — Jon Berry