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Weirdy McWeirdo's World o' Wonders

19 Sales

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Weirdy McWeirdo's World o' Wonders

19 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Annie Alpert

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Annie Alpert

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Anonymous on Sep 19, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

OMG. Here's here and he's fabulous. Thank you so much for your quick shipping and communication.

Anonymous on Nov 4, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Arrived in great condition - and was delighted to find an old one cent inside too!

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 21, 2011
This shop is a joint effort between Weirdy McWeirdo and her mother, Mombo McWeirdo. Mombo has been a clockmaker and artist for more than 25 years. Most of our stock is from her collection. If you are looking for other clock parts or metal machine thingies, email me. We may have other things you like.

Accepted payment methods

  • Money Order
  • Check
Returns and exchanges
RETURN: Return accepted if item is not as described. Please let us know if you wish to return anything (i.e.: don't just send it back to us without warning, with or without an apologetic note). Refunds will be made promptly in like payment type.
Payment
McWeirdo's accepts PAYPAL (and credit cards through PayPal), personal checks, money orders. We are happy to make other arrangements, but no Nigerian international money orders, please.
Shipping
SHIPPING: domestic shipping by USPS First Class mail with delivery confirmation! International shipping to anywhere by First Class international. Items will be securely wrapped with as much supporting material—cardboard, peanuts, bubblewrap—as we can cram in. INSURANCE: Unless expressly requested, insurance will not be universally provided, but if an item arrives damaged by our fault in packing, we will make every effort to replace or refund the item (we feel confident in making this offer because we tend to overpack, and nothing has arrived broken in a long, long time.)
Additional policies and FAQs
Weirdy McWeirdo? Is she really weird? Yes. Very weird. Just ask my teen-aged daughter. Well, no, don't ask her. She's too busy runnign around without her jacket and forgetting to take her vitamons to give you a civil answer. Just take my word for it.