Handcrafted wood creations - Made in Colorado

Centennial, Colorado · 537 Sales


Handcrafted wood creations - Made in Colorado

Centennial, Colorado 537 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
Jason and Jessica Jones

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Jason and Jessica Jones

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
Tiffany Morris

Tiffany Morris on May 24, 2018

1 out of 5 stars

Received item and it looked NOTHING like what was advertised. The name engraving was so small you can barely read it and when I contacted the sellers about correcting the problem, they refused. Waste of money. Do not recommend ordering from this vendor.

Jason and Jessica

Jason and Jessica responded on May 24, 2018

As a shop owner, we always strive to make quality handmade items that our customers love. However, sometimes someone orders something they simply don't like in person. It happens. This was the case with Ms. Morris. She did not like the spacing of the lettering and wanted everything re-done. I explained that it was a template and all the openers are the same (except the name) and as the policy and listing states: custom works are not returnable/exchangeable/refundable. I wish I could post the photo (she sent) of the opener she dislikes, because (in my opinion) it looks very much like the first featured photo in my listing. I am sorry for Ms. Morris's dissatisfaction, but we do have a policy regarding customization. Not to mention, a whole redesign of the template was not something I could do.

Kait Vanderlaan

Kait Vanderlaan on May 23, 2018

4 out of 5 stars

These arrived quickly and look great. The ink/paint used for the letter and last name is still sticky several days after they were delivered and dust and whatnot is sticking to it, not sure why it isn’t something that dries. Otherwise everything looks good!

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IT guy turned to basement woodworker. My wife is Project manager turned crafter & social media maven!

A Good Turn Colorado was founded in 2016. It all started years before, in a basement workshop where Jason learned to turn wood. Over time, Jess learned aspects of the trade and their love of woodworking became a joint hobby. Jason handcrafts wood creations on the lathe & works with Jess on building items. Jess crafts, scroll saws and works with Jason on the business side of things. By day Jason & Jess are an IT Guy & Project Manager, respectively, but any chance they have they get into the workshop to create new pieces in wood.

Shop members

  • Jason

    Owner, Woodworker

    I love to turn some wood on the lathe. If you can round it, I can make it. From pens to decorations to kaleidoscopes to pepper mills. I love taking a block of wood and making something recognizable out of it.

  • Jess

    Owner, Maker

    I do a little bit of everything in the shop. Build, finish, paint and create! Plus I do the social media, shipping and the back office.


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Shop policies

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Last updated on May 21, 2018
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

For pens & pencils: Hand turned pens may lose some of their luster after several years. If they do, simply take a small bit of carnauba wax and a polishing cloth to apply several coats.

For cutting board care, to clean: Wipe with wet sponge & mild dish soap. DO NOT put in dishwasher. DO NOT submerge in water. For best results, wipe with butcher block oil monthly (more often if used regularly)

Chalkboard wine charms: simply wipe with cloth to erase (if using a chalk marker use a wet cloth for best results). Do not submerge in water.

Ink Refills

Different pen types take various kinds of refills:
* Slimline takes standard cross ballpoint refills
* Mesa Pens takes parker style ballpoint refills
* Fountains take ink cartridges (pre-filled or refillable)

You can find more information (including how-to videos) on our web site here:

Pencil Refills

Uses 0.7mm lead.

For more information, including step-by-step info or how to videos:

Add on shipping

We can combine shipping if you are shipping to one address. If shipping to multiple shipping addresses, we will charge multiple shipping charges.

Custom and personalized orders

We gladly accept custom orders for certain items. If it's not on the listing, contact us and we can let you know if it's something we can customize.

Custom or personalized orders are not returnable or exchangeable, no exceptions.

Missing or Lost Items in Mail

We do our best to get out your handcrafted item in a timely fashion and I will drop it off at the post office myself! However, once it is out of my hands, I can not control the speed or accuracy of the post office (or UPS or FedEx). Any estimate of delivery is just that, an estimate. We consider an item lost after 4 weeks past the original delivery date (that is when USPS will investigate).

Damage sustained during shipping

It doesn't happen often, but we know damage can happen during shipping. If you receive a package from us that is damaged and as a result your item is damaged please reach out to use as soon as it is received with an Etsy conversation and a picture of the damage (box, item, etc...). That will help us not only get you a replacement (if possible), a refund (if a replacement is not possible), but work with the shipping companies on any insurance claim (if applicable).

Missing or Stolen Packages

Once a package is out of our hands we have no control over the delivery service and are unable to replace packages that show delivery to the correct order address.

Additional steps the buyer should check with:
1. neighbors to see if the package was left with them either on purpose or by accident.
2. family members – it is not unheard of that someone else in the household will pick up the package and put it somewhere out of plain sight
3. the back door, side door, etc.
4. with manager's office (apartment)
5. check if the package is being held at the post office
6. ask the delivery postal worker where he/she left the package.
7. take the receipt and tracking number to the post office - USPS can use their GPS to track where it was delivered