Custom handmade foam swords, shields and more....

Weaverville, North Carolina · 66 Sales


Custom handmade foam swords, shields and more....

Weaverville, North Carolina 66 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Last updated on Sep 1, 2015

Hello, I am currently on vacation.


Steve Hodges

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Alice on Aug 15, 2015

5 out of 5 stars
Verified purchase

This was custom-made and absolutely perfect. Steve was communicative throughout the process, provided great updates as he worked on it, and it came exactly as we discussed. It's going to be a huge hit at an upcoming Con for my Witcher 3 cosplay, and I could not be happier. I'll definitely be coming back for any future custom sword needs!


Allison on Jul 30, 2015

5 out of 5 stars
Verified purchase

Thank you so, so much. Seller did everything to make sure that my purchase arrived on time. The sword really pulled the costume together.

Stephen Rodriguez

Stephen Rodriguez on Mar 11, 2015

5 out of 5 stars
Verified purchase

Awesome designs! Steve came through again with flawless execution! He has my business for life! Anything you want he can do!!!!

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Having fun turning a hobby into a business!

Quiverful Creations was established in 2010 but not much really happened with it at first. Initially I was planning to make Highlander shirts, the kind with the puffy sleeves that lace up the front but it just was not very exciting. I then learned about foam swords and shields and started researching how to make them. After determining how I would do it I gathered some materials and made a few of each up for my kids to have some hands on field trials with. I even developed a way to make very cool durable decals from Duct Tape to dress up the shields. I wanted to see how safe and durable they would be and discovered just how much fun these things are to make and to play with. Since I wanted to establish a family based business that even my kids could help with based on their particular skills this seemed like a good starting point. There is a great deal of potential here to add more to our offerings as time goes on. I plan to make tabards or short cloaks, helmets and light armor as well. Additionally I plan to add hats and capes for the girls to wear. In all of this we strive for safety and quality. I have only just now reached the point of going ahead and setting up our shop FullQuiverArmory on Etsy. Our main goal is to enjoy seeing God be glorified through the skills He has given us and have fun doing it!


Shop members

  • Steve

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Master Foam Smith

    Trying to turn a hobby into a business and have fun doing it. I love making things with my hands for others to enjoy and these swords and shields are safe and fun for young and old alike.

  • Ben


    Ben, my oldest son, has shown that he is very skilled at making swords, shields and tabards. He is quite a help around the shop.

  • Malachi

    Field Trials Cordinator

    Malachi, is always eager to coordinate field trials of our products and will make a good foam smith one day.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 7, 2013
Our desire is for you to be satisfied with your purchase therefore, we strive for quality in everything we make.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Credit card or Paypal
Shipments are made via USPS.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are not satisfied with your purchase please contact me for a refund.
Additional policies and FAQs
These products are intended to be used in a responsible manner. Excessively rough use can over time create enough damage that repairs may be necessary for continued safety. The purchaser is therefore responsible to use and maintain them in a safe way. Avoid throwing the swords or shields at an opponent and understand that while made of soft materials the swords can hurt. Have fun but play responsibly.