A Salty Girl driftwood wreath is a very special wreath. An investment in your style and decor. Perfect for your New England style home or beach cottage, each wreath lovingly handcrafted from Maine driftwood, embellished with sea glass and signed/dated by the artist.
An authentic Salty wreath is not the least expensive you’ll find, but I guarantee it’s the finest!
Custom-made wooden rings, branded on the back with the Salty Girl Logo
Over 200 pieces of driftwood used in each wreath
We use a combination of wood glue and nail pins to ensure our wreaths are sturdy and secure
Wreaths are made over the course of a few days, allowing for the glue to fully cure between layers
2-ton epoxy is used to affix sea glass to our wreaths
Wreaths are signed and dated on the back
Wreaths come with painted Salty Girl driftwood coin tag - great for gift giving
Nestled into the bottom driftwood sticks is a tiny beach stone with a heart painted on it - this is a mark of authenticity!
Wire loop hanger
A Note from the Artist
All of my Salty Girl wreaths begin with a custom made, strong wooden base. The driftwood sticks are sanded and rounded to give a finished quality to the center. Each is carefully placed and securely fastened with carpenters glue and tiny tack nails. Stick by stick, and layer by layer, I build my larger wreaths quietly and slowly for days. Inspired by each unique and special piece of wood, the finished piece comes together like a puzzle.
We often hear how much our customers love Maine, those that have traveled here, and those that may still. I give thanks for the blessing of being able to bring a little bit of Maine, and a big dose of joy, to each beach lovin' home.
Cherie Herne is an eighth generation York, Maine native, and folklore has it she is part mermaid!
With her graphic design education, a wild coastal spirit and her passion for the sun, sand and sea, Cherie has created a successful online Etsy Shop that has generated nearly 7,000 sales and over 1,500 "5 Star" reviews.
Using local natural resources, Cherie has become known for her stunning, one-of-a-kind driftwood and sea glass wreaths.
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