TEX-MADE prides itself on the quality of its handmade products. We use high quality materials in the construction of our items and go the extra effort to ensure your item is made with quality in mind. Our goal is to provide customers with unique products that has them eagar to come back for more. You will find things for the home, gifts for family and friends. We are constantly adding new items to our catalog so that there is always something new to see.

Handmade items provide a special uniqueness and quality that machine or mass produced products cannot compare to. It takes our artists and crafters many hours and for some days and months to create their one of a kind products. Here at TEX-MADE, LLC we pay our artists and crafters fairly for their talents and creative ablities.

We believe that appreciation in ones ablities will inspire great creations.

Our Business Policy

TEX-MADE, LLC policy is to provide every customer with quality products in a timely and friendly manner.

We will make every attempt to make you comfortable with your purchase decision. You can contact us to ask questions, request measurements or samples of the fabric, yarn or paint if it is available.
Due time limitations we cannot mass produce any item. We do take orders, but will need to consult with the artist/crafter on time and availability of materials. A deposit may be required. Since each item is handmade, no two items will be identical. We will do everything possible to fill your request.
Because of the time it takes to make each hand-made item, all sales are final. However, if your purchase does not arrive in perfect condition we will certainly replace/refund the item (based on postal insurance). If you find that you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact us within10 days of delivery and will do what we can to correct the issue.

What We Do

We are diverse group of Texans. Our skills run from professionally trained to naturally talented and everything in between. The common link that binds us all is pride we have in our work and the products we create.

Was established in August 2010


Southwest Art Magazine
August 2020

Southwest Art Magazine
July 2017 pg 115

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Vol 10 No 3 October 2011

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