YouWoodLikeThis

Hand Carved Wood Jewelry, Ornaments & Back Scratchers

Raleigh, North Carolina · 7 Sales

YouWoodLikeThis

Hand Carved Wood Jewelry, Ornaments & Back Scratchers

Raleigh, North Carolina 7 Sales On Etsy since 2010

0 out of 5 stars
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Shop owner

Hal Papan

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Note from shop owner I appreciate your interest. Thanks for stopping by. A family emergency will take me away for quite a while.

Please leave a message with the Contact button and I will get back to you when I return. Looks like the earliest would be late September 2016.
I will check my email: hal2009 [!at] att.net when I get a chance but currently have very limited internet access.

Cheers

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 6, 2016

I appreciate your interest. Thanks for stopping by. A family emergency will take me away for quite a while.

Please leave a message with the Contact button and I will get back to you when I return. Looks like the earliest would be late September 2016.
I will check my email: hal2009 [!at] att.net when I get a chance but currently have very limited internet access.

Cheers

Hal Papan

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Hal Papan

Reviews

No reviews in the last year
  • Anonymous on Nov 21, 2011

    5 out of 5 stars

    This back scratcher is a cool unique gift. I got it for my husband for Christmas. We are tring to support small businesses this year. This is a solid product. Thanks!

About

My hope is that youwoodlikethis

This is a companion site to
www.stickstaffcane.etsy.com

While stickstaffcane has larger pieces and is directed towards walkers, hikers, and nature lovers, this shop is for my smaller pieces.

People seem to like the back scratchers the best.

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Shop members

  • Hal Papan, my nom de couteau

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Chief Laughter Officer

    I carve for fun. It is a great distraction from chronic pain of neuropathy. I'm blessed with a genetic neuropathy so my peripheral nerves continually signal pain or nothing.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 3, 2011
Hi, glad to see you have enjoyed my shop enough to read the store policies.

I try to build around the natural beauty in the wood (kind of like carving an elephant out of marble, you just cut away everything that doesn't look like an elephant).

All items are sold AS IS.
Returns are accepted only if the item was not as described or if the original mailing package has never been opened.
You must request a return within 3 days of receiving the item and return the package within 7 days afterward.
I do not refund shipping charges.

I offer International shipping to our friends outside US borders.
International Buyers – Please Note: Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
If there is a problem with a piece beyond normal wear and tear, I will replace it, although shipping is on you, sorry.

Be sure to email me before you send the item back, or I will assume it was just a gift from a fan!

If you notify me and ship a piece back, I will give you a shop credit that we agree on.
Payment
I accept PayPal.
Shipping
When PayPal confirms your payment, I will ship the piece. Generally I ship via USPS.
You can request extra insurance or notifications, but I typically do not add extras.
Additional policies and FAQs
Wooden items are by nature breakable. Water, heat, and chemicals will damage your piece. Be careful.

That being said, with a little care your purchase should last you a long, long time.

Unless you are a beaver, of course, in which case kudos to you for being able to type with your stubby paws.

Oh, and a small side note: some woods cause allergic reactions. All of my products that are known to cause these have a finish on them that prevents direct skin contact but if you happen to be allergic to everything or are concerned let me know and we can create a product out of some of the more docile woods that still meets your color or design desires.

There is a great reference for wood toxicity, but more of it applies to me as the builder than you as the wearer: http://www.woodworkerssource.com/wood_toxicity.php click on the "Toxicity Table" at the bottom.

Wow, you made it all the way through. Well done!

Thanks to Jims Little Things for policy ideas.