TwinflowerDesign

Twinflower Design

Anchorage, Alaska · 4 Sales

TwinflowerDesign

Twinflower Design

Anchorage, Alaska 4 Sales On Etsy since 2011

Announcement   I've moved my shop over to Outlandfish.etsy.com--please check that page for a whole new bunch of jewelry creations and handcrafted goodies!

Announcement

I've moved my shop over to Outlandfish.etsy.com--please check that page for a whole new bunch of jewelry creations and handcrafted goodies!

Linnea Meyer

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Linnea Meyer

Shop policies

Last updated on April 26, 2012
Hello! I am a college student (now in my second year at Middlebury College) and am originally from Anchorage, Alaska. I’ve been making jewelry and various other crafts and artistic endeavors since my childhood. My name, Linnea, is the inspiration for my shop name, since I was named for the Linnaea Borealis, the Twinflower.

I’m just starting up my Etsy shop and policies may change as the business develops.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
Payment
Payment by Paypal only please!
Shipping
Items will ship within 48 hours of your order excepting Sunday (if you order Saturday night I will send it off by Tuesday night). Shipping on all items is FREE. Items ship from Vermont to anywhere in the US and Canada.

Items come in separate little bags and are packaged in bubble envelopes.
Refunds and Exchanges
If there is a problem with your purchase please contact me and I can consider refunds on a case-by-case basis.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you would like to order a custom piece, please contact me!

Feathers on earrings are delicate—avoid smushing them, ruffling them, or getting them wet—they can get dirty, crumpled, and stained if not taken care of.

Hemp pieces are shipped without one end tied (there is a loop on the other end). You can choose to knot them, make a knot to go through the loop, or add a bead to go through the loop. Please know that hemp changes with wear and especially when it gets wet—if you knot the piece it may be either permanent or need to be cut off and therefore broken.

Thank you so much for your business!