Seashore Photo Instant Download - Nice France Port Art Photography - Mediterranean Sea Travel Photography - South of France
This printable art is a view of the Port of Nice in the South of France. The vibrant blue waters of the Mediterranean dance in front of the ancient building that hug the Montee du Chateau (Castle Hill). Snow can be seen on the foothills of the Alps in the distance.
Buy and print this photo to remind you of your travels, or help you plan for your dream trip of a lifetime!
When you purchase this item, you will receive a jpg file to print
The resolution of this image is 1797 X 2515
This is a good size to print up to 11 X 14 inches
The file size is 4.2 MB
This listing is for a digital download. No physical item will be shipped to you.
You will NOT receive a physical item. You will receive an image file to print and may print as many as you like. Upon cleared payment, image file will be available to download right away, no need to wait for an email or snail mail!
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
After you purchase (and once payment is cleared), you will be directed to the download page in Etsy. You can also access your downloads here - www.etsy.com/your/purchases after your payment is cleared. There you can download your printable file. Your printable file includes:
- One (1) jpg with no watermark on it
HOW DO I PRINT THIS FILE?
You can print your file from your home printer or any copy or print shop. PDFs should be opened in Adobe Acrobat. Most computers have it. If you don't, you can find it as a free download online. Files should be printed at 100% scaling, at actual size.
CAN I PRINT THESE AND SELL THEM?
You may not re-sell any finished piece without my written consent. This file is intended for personal use only. You may print multiple copies for your use.
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 12 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Yes! I make every item in my shop by hand. My workshop is in a smoke-free, dog and cat friendly home in northern Indiana.
Yes I accept custom order requests. Please send me a conversation about what you would like, and we can work together to determine if I can create it.
If you have collected sea/beach glass or stones and would like to have it made into custom jewelry at an affordable price, I would be happy to help! Message me via Etsy and expect to hear back within 72 hours. Prices start at $15 for earrings and $20 for necklaces.
Each item is packaged in a sturdy shipping box, stuffed with lots of tissue paper and bubble wrap to protect it during shipping.
To reduce eco waste, a printed receipt will not be included in your order unless requested.
Some items can be made smaller or larger. If you like the look of something, but the size doesn't quite meet your needs, message me!
CONSIGNMENT AND WHOLESALE INFORMATION
I am happy to discuss opportunities for placing my ornaments or sun catchers for sale in your shop. Please contact me via Etsy messages for more information.
If your jewelry or ornament darkens, and you don't like the look of patina (I love it!), it can be polished until it sparkles again.
Sometimes tarnish from metal can get onto the beach glass giving it a clouded or dirty look. A gentle scrub of a soft toothbrush with warm water and soap will clean it off.
Dry the piece (air dry or use a hairdryer) before polishing the wire.
Rub the metal surface with medium pressure. Non-scratching polishing & cleansing cloths work until the cloth is completely darkened. Polishing cloths can be found online or at local craft shops. I don't suggest using pastes or other chemicals to clean the metal of your pieces, because the chemicals could get into the tiny pores of sea glass and affect its appearance.