March 25, 2021 1 min read

So exciting that Spring 2021 is here and optimistically looking forward to summer activities. Preparing for summer is what we all start thinking about now.  From planting some annuals to full fledge vegetable gardens. Waxing the dinghy or painting the bottom of your Island Packet 349 to getting that outdoor kitchen up and running. Or maybe a new grill.

There is summer decorating to think about too. Maybe a summery flag, a pot of pansies or a new summer wreath decorated with shells or that nautical sailboat bow you have been saving. We now have a great assortment of wreaths, indoor and outdoor in a variety of colors. They also coordinate with some of our table trivets, wine charms, bottle stoppers and coasters, so get planning here comes summer!

red wreath for summer Mystic Knotwork
grommet wreath Mystic Knotwork
Our grommet wreath pictured above and below, a strong nautical statement for the captain and crew.
grommet wreath Mystic Knotwork
Cotton navy wreath below, also comes in white or red. These are about 16" wide and come with or without a wire frame.
navy cotton wreath Mystic Knotwork
white cotton wreath
red wreath for summer Mystic Knotwork
The manila wreath nautical and rustic all at the same time.
manila wreath Mystic Knotwork
Manila Wreath Mystic Knotwork
New this week our lobster rope wreaths in charcoal, soft gray, tan and navy. Very waterproof for year round use.
navy wreath Mystic Knotwork
tan lobster rope wreath Mystic Knotwork
Below, photos from our customers sharing their decorated wreaths. (I snuck in a winter holiday one too.)
spring wreath mystic knotwork
Mystic Knotwork white wreath
manila wreath with St. Patrick's decor
mystic knotwork wreath
nautical wreath mystic knotwork
Mystic Knotwork's grommet wreath with customer's holiday decorations
Thank you to these Instagram followers for sharing their photos: @ismattei and @nashgolightly 

Think summer, we can't wait!

Mystic Knotwork summer drink and coaster
Sweet days of summer
The jasmine's in bloom
Summer breeze makes me feel fine
wreaths of summer
Sue Waterman
Sue Waterman


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