Wickensnuffers was created in 2012 when my now son-in-law wanted a unique gift for his groomsmen. Outside wedding + groomsmen who would enjoy a nip on the big day = Flasks wrapped in real wood.
My wood wrapped flasks are wrapped in a real maple, cherry, or walnut wood veneer.
A LITTLE ABOUT ME:
I have two daughters, one 29 and the other 26, one son-in-law and one on the way. I have been married to a (usually) very patient man since 1989. We have the sweetest rescued mutt, a very clever cat, and a not-so-nice one.
I have always loved arts and crafts, and new interests seem to be blossoming all the time. My many ventures include delving into the finer arts of hand-blown beads, candles, and soaps. I bought lots of yarn during a knitting binge (I still have it), and I once purchased a high-end camera hoping it would make me a great photographer (it didn't). I’m constantly seeking new ways to make my surroundings more beautiful and interesting, and there isn't a surface in my home that hasn't been repainted, reupholstered, or redesigned in one way or another. I have henna in the fridge, and my hair seems to change as quickly as my interests. My husband simply never knows what he will come home to—you can see why he has to be patient!
Giving a gift of booze is a timeless tradition, and whether you are giving fine spirits or homemade hooch, my flasks will make your gift personal and unique. I offer a variety of flasks displaying everything from personalized messages to designs inspired by pop culture, and if you can’t find something you like in my store I’ll happily help you create your own design!
Since the start of Wickensnuffers, I have continued to build my shop on the foundation of excellent customer service. I truly appreciate your business and will make every effort to show you through prompt, courteous service. I always welcome your suggestions and feedback.
Feel free to contact me by email at wickensnuffers [!at] sbcglobal.com if you have any questions!
Thanks for being here!
She said she usually cried at least once each day not because she was sad, but because the world was so beautiful & life was so short.