Proud to sell superb quality handmade products
Wolf Creek Pens was formed a few years ago in Eagan, MN and joined ETSY in September 2016. I am the sole craftsman who creates the products found in this store.
The products I sell are individually created with the greatest of care. No product will be sold if the finish or fit is not up to the highest standards.
Each product I make is created with the intent that I would keep the item as if it were my own and proudly use and/or display the item.
Every item you see here is unique. There may be similarities in styles and components of the pens you see in the listing, but they are all made one at a time and all completely unique.
I offer free first class shipping for all the items in the store to customers in the USA. I also gladly offer shipping at cost to anywhere in the world and am happy to say my products have been shipped to nearly every continent.
I hope you enjoy the products I offer and thank you for visiting.
Owner, Creator, Maker
I started making pens a few years ago as a hobby and friends convinced me to finally start selling these pens. I've added to my skills by adding new products, such as handmade bowls. I like offering high quality products for a very good price.
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)
Frequently asked questions
Each pen is refillable. If you go to www.wolfcreekpens.com I have created support pages with pictures that show you step-by-step how to replace the ink cartridge and the type of refill you will need.
To clean any of the pens, I would recommend a cloth dampened lightly with water. I would not use any kind of chemical cleaner on any of the pens as it may damage the finish of the body and/or hardware.
Will a Pilot G2 refill fit the rollerball pens sold here?
Yes, I put a Pilot G2 ink cartridge into one of the rollerball pens and it fit well. If you decide to replace the existing ink cartridge, be careful not to lose the spring in the body of the pen. Don't put the spring over the writing tip, the internal spring has to be used. Go to www.wolfcreekpens.com to the support section and you'll see step by step instructions on replacing the ink cartridges.
Do you carry refills for the pens?
At this time, I don't carry refills to resell. I've found many reasonably priced options at Amazon. Just be sure to look carefully at the type of refill you have and if it will fit your pen. I've noticed that some vendors use the same name for very different types of refills. If you need additional support, go to my website www.wolfcreekpens.com/support to see the type of refill you need and how to replace it.
What is hand turned?
Hand turned means the wood or acrylic found on the items sold here were "turned" on a lathe. Each item here with wood or acrylic started out as a solid block of either wood or acrylic. If I'm making a pen, razor or similar shaped product, I will drill a hole through the middle of the block and then put tube (usually brass) into the block. I'll mount that block onto a lathe and the lathe will spin and I will use special tools to shave the piece to the proper shape. Then I will sand the item to a very smooth finish and then apply a finish to it.
"Turning" a bowl is very similar. I will start with a block of wood, try to cut it to a round shape, then mount it on a lathe and again, shave it by hand to a particular shape.