WarpedMindGames

Laser cut Tokens, Templates, Trays and Widgets!

Englewood, Ohio On Etsy since 2016

8,601 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

WarpedMindGames

Laser cut Tokens, Templates, Trays and Widgets!

Englewood, Ohio | 8,601 Sales

Announcement    ***Update 11/16/20*** We will be participating in the Etsy Cyber Week Sale (11/22-12/12 2020) with 20% off store wide! Here are the USPS deadlines for domestic shipping (US) to make sure your holiday gifts arrive on time:

USPS Ground: December 15
First Class Mail: December 18
Priority Mail: December 19
Priority Mail Express: December 23

Warped Mind Games is working within the CDC Guidelines for COVID-19. We want to ensure that we are doing our part to limit the exposure and spread of this virus.

Feel free to reach out for a custom order request for your local group, club, store, tournament, or for something you would like made for whatever game you are playing.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 16, 2020

***Update 11/16/20*** We will be participating in the Etsy Cyber Week Sale (11/22-12/12 2020) with 20% off store wide! Here are the USPS deadlines for domestic shipping (US) to make sure your holiday gifts arrive on time:

USPS Ground: December 15
First Class Mail: December 18
Priority Mail: December 19
Priority Mail Express: December 23

Warped Mind Games is working within the CDC Guidelines for COVID-19. We want to ensure that we are doing our part to limit the exposure and spread of this virus.

Feel free to reach out for a custom order request for your local group, club, store, tournament, or for something you would like made for whatever game you are playing.

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About WarpedMindGames

Sales 8,601
On Etsy since 2016

Shop members

  • Jill Mead

    Co-Owner

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Last updated on Dec 2, 2019
Frequently asked questions
How to safely remove the paper backing from your acrylic product.

1. Fill a container large enough to hold your item(s) with hot tap water. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap AFTER filling container
2. Place your item(s) in the soapy water and let soak for at 3-5 minutes. Soaking will loosen the bond between the paper and the acrylic.
3. Peel the paper off the acrylic with your fingernail, starting at a corner, or gently rub the items with a soft cloth. To avoid scratching your item(s) do NOT use a paper towel, tissue, or wood based product to help peel the paper.
4. Gently dry the product with a clean soft cloth. Do not use paper towels or tissue as they might scratch your product.

For more information on cleaning your acrylic, see our Care Instructions below.

Cleaning/Care instructions for your acrylic items.

When your tokens start losing their shine or get smudged up, you can clean them with warm soapy water and wiping them with a soft, dry cloth.

Things to avoid:

1) NEVER use cotton balls, paper towels, tissue, or other wood based paper products. These might scratch the plastic.
2) NEVER use nail polish remover, or acetone, as these melt plastic.

Why do your wood/MDF items smell like a campfire?

Our wood items, like all of our items, are cut on a laser. This essentially burns the wood, which then gives off a natural scent of burning wood, much like a campfire. The scent dissipates over time.

Can I request custom items or customization of your current products?

Absolutely! We often get special requests to personalize our existing items, and make an item that we don't currently make. Just click the request customization button below our item categories or send us a message and we will be happy to work with you to see if we can make your idea a reality. We do review every request to try to make sure that what we are doing doesn't infringe on someone else's IP or copyright before we agree to create or customize.

I just received some MDF items that need to be assembled, what are your recommendations for assembly?

We recommend using Elmer's School Glue, Modge Podge, or other white/pva type glue to glue your pieces together. In the case of our player dashboards, or miniature movement trays, we recommend using binder clips to hold the two pieces together while the glue dries, so the two pieces don't move while the glue is drying. To do this, just add glue to the appropriate pieces, place them together, and use a binder clip in multiple places.