ThinkingWitchCrafts

Artisan Chainmaille Adornments & Tutorials

| North Bel Air, Maryland

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Announcement    Thinking Witch designs fun and quirky chainmaille jewelry for those of us who may identify themselves as a little 'weird' and wish to stand out in a unique and different way. I'm a little bit nerdy mixed with some goth and a dash of mermaid. Come be weird with us!

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Last updated on Nov 18, 2021

Thinking Witch designs fun and quirky chainmaille jewelry for those of us who may identify themselves as a little 'weird' and wish to stand out in a unique and different way. I'm a little bit nerdy mixed with some goth and a dash of mermaid. Come be weird with us!

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About ThinkingWitchCrafts

Sales 941
On Etsy since 2015

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

What do you get when you mix a nerdy gamer, a little dash of goth, a pinch of 90s grunge, a love of true crime, and medieval armor making techniques? Well, you get a Thinking Witch.

Our jewelry is designed by and intended for those unique and special people are happy to embrace being a little bit weird. Yes, we like to use skulls as our models in our Etsy listings and on our tables for in person events. Yes, snakes and dragons are just as cute as butterflies and rainbows. And who says you can't love skulls and rainbows...together?

I strive to hand make unique adornments that are accessible to those who are just beginning to share their inner weirdness as well as those who love to show it all out there on front street. From a tiny skull bead in a pair of earrings to a full chainmaille noose. Wear it with your favorite Marilyn Manson concert shirt, or with your fancy renfaire cosplay.

Shop members

  • Laura

    Owner

    Look, it's me! I'm a gamer, crafter, lover of all things strange and macabre, and most importantly: I like to make stuff.

  • Alan

    Co-owner, Customer Service

    Alan is the Etsy tech guy. He creates the listings, takes photos, and helps edit tutorials.

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Last updated on Dec 17, 2019
Frequently asked questions
What if my item is damaged in transit?

If your purchase is damaged via postal carrier, we must process the insurance claim. During this time, your participation in the process may include sending photographs of the damaged parcel, as well as damages to the item itself. Please don't throw anything away! You may also need to show your damaged packaging and items to your local postal employee.

We'll do what we can to make the process as painless for you as possible.

Refunds (or a replacement item) will be processed as soon as all paperwork for the insurance claim is submitted.

Wholesale availability

We love wholesale orders! We currently wholesale to vendors in the Renaissance Faire circuit and would be happy to consider any opportunities to work with other vendors and markets.

In order to protect our wholesale customers, we may ask information about what faires or events you wish to sell at so that we do not have any conflicts of interest between clients.