HoW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO PROCESS AN ORDER?

Generally 4-6 weeks, but this is determined by other paid orders already in process and may actually be less. Let us know if you have a specific date by which you need your labyrinth and we will make every effort to meet that request. But don't wait to the last minute as every labyrinth begins from scratch, sewing, drawing and painting.
 

WHAT PAYMENT METHODS DO YOU ACCEPT?

Payment by check is preferred, though payments by credit card are also accepted through Paypal. A 3% processing fee will be added to credit card sales. Contact us by email to discuss or place an order. 
 

How do I order a labyrinth?

Every Paths of Peace labyrinth is custom made. There are many variations in size, pattern and color to consider. First, be certain to carefully measure the space where the labyrinth will be used. The shortest distance will determine the maximum size canvas. Then, contact us by email to discuss details and begin the order process.

 

Do you sell labyrinths i can paint myself?

Yes! Drawn Only - Paint Yourself (DO-PY) labyrinths are a fun way to add your own artistic talent or offer a fun group project while saving a few hundred dollars in the cost of the labyrinth. DO-PY labyrinths are available in all patterns and come with a supply list and detailed painting instructions. 

HOW DO I CLEAN MY LABYRINTH?

Canvas labyrinths are made with untreated cotton canvas. The canvas will shrink and wrinkle if washed. The best method for keeping your labyrinth clean is to be careful to use it on a clean floor surface and ask participants to walk in stocking feet or use surgical shoe covers. You may consider keeping a basket of clean socks and shoe covers available when the labyrinth is used. Be careful to keep a broom or sweeper with the labyrinth that is used on the canvas only (not to clean the floor) to clean the surface prior to use and before folding it for storage. Keep wax candles, food and beverages off the labyrinth. If necessary, spot cleaning may be done with care, wax removal with brown kraft paper and an iron, and possibly professional dry cleaning, though Paths of Peace cannot guarantee results.