RepurposingNapTime

Morse Code Inspired Jewelry

Columbia, Maryland On Etsy since 2017

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RepurposingNapTime

Morse Code Inspired Jewelry

Columbia, Maryland | 516 Sales

Announcement    SHIPPING DEADLINE for CHRISTMAS!!!
We ship everything via USPS as first class or priority mail. The deadline is Dec 20th and 21st respectively for domestic (USA) packages to arrive in time for Christmas. Any orders placed after Dec 19th, we cannot guarantee that they will arrive in time.


NEW!!! Now all of our beaded morse code bracelets will have a sliding knot instead of just having them tie on!!!!

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Last updated on Dec 19, 2019

SHIPPING DEADLINE for CHRISTMAS!!!
We ship everything via USPS as first class or priority mail. The deadline is Dec 20th and 21st respectively for domestic (USA) packages to arrive in time for Christmas. Any orders placed after Dec 19th, we cannot guarantee that they will arrive in time.


NEW!!! Now all of our beaded morse code bracelets will have a sliding knot instead of just having them tie on!!!!

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About RepurposingNapTime

Sales 516
On Etsy since 2017

Turning moments of peace into pieces of beauty.

Once upon a time, there was a burnt out public accountant who decided to explore her creative side. Children appeared and what little free time she had vanished into the mist.

Fast forward several years later (with two class five tornados and five furry helpers), nap time became a place of refuge where my creative side could be expressed. Plus it's cheaper than therapy.

Sometimes great things can happen in these "repurposed" moments and with that Repurposing NapTime was born!

Shop members

  • Jennifer

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    I'm a stay-at-home mom and military spouse. I found making jewelry to be relaxing and cheaper than the amount of alcohol and therapy I would need to survive my children on a daily basis.

  • Maja

    Class 4 Tornado

    I "help" my mom by taking naps or having quiet time in my room. I also "help reorganize" my mom's workspace. I'm such a "big help" that my hand is used in our logo.

  • Ethan

    Opinion Giver

    I actually do help my mom unlike my younger sister. I sort beads and assist with packaging. I help translate words into morse code as well. I also tell her if something doesn't look right or isn't a good idea.

  • Lily

    Customer Service

    I am one of many furry helpers that keeps my mom company while she works. I also am the loudest at voicing my opinion.

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