Well.... I got it today. Let me first specify that this is the shirt shown on his website...
I loved the skull look. Ryder is getting a little old to be ordering a monogrammed shirt or something like that. I thought this shirt was cute because it still had his name on it, but had a little edge to it. I really loved the cool distressed look it had to it. In the description of the shirt she said could accommodate any changes you desired, and to put it in the comments section at checkout. I requested a black t-shirt, white circle, and black lettering. White tends to wash Ryder out, and I knew he'd get it dirty the first time he wore it. She never said anything about there being an issue when we had talked after that (we even waited for her to order the black t-shirt because she didn't have it in stock), and I assumed we were good to go.
I was sooo excited when Derrik got home from the field today with the package in his hand (FINALLY!!!) and opened it up right away only to find this... Honestly... she got the shirt color and it's the same skull, but it is definitely NOT what I asked for. After all the drama i've been through with this lady do I cut my losses and keep the boring shirt, or do I e-mail her and let her know this is NOT what I ordered? I absolutely hate being a pain, but at this point the i've invested the cost of the shirt, shipping, and then shipping again to get nothing like what I asked for.
Etsy readers.... what would you do?! Complain or let it be?