If you love the ocean, then you will love my Maine sea wreaths and ornaments.
I lovingly craft sea wreaths and ornaments from shells, sea glass and other items combed from the beach adjacent to my house. You never know what goodies Mother Nature will cast up with the tide.
"Gifts from the Sea"
The Maine Sea Wreath, a Beth Parks specialty creation.
(Article by Jacqueline Weaver for the Ellsworth American). Click here to open.
Maine Sea Ornaments
Just imagine sea shells glistening gold and silver on your Christmas tree or other greenery. They are simply astounding.
You can get an idea of some of my ornaments by reading the article Holiday Treasures, published in the Bangor Daily News. Click on the link above or the picture below to open.
Maine Sea Wreaths
My fragile wreaths are designed to lie flat or hang indoors as works of art.
Determine the size of the wreath you want and the items you would like included. I will make it especially for you, and it will become an heirloom.
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The photos above are close-ups of a 3-foot wreath that hangs in my house. They show some of the typical items that may be included.
My wreaths generally range in size from candle holders to wall hangings about two feet in diameter (top two photos at right). Price varies with the size and complexity of the piece. Contact me for a free quote.
Sea wreaths may be cleaned by spraying them gently with water and drying them flat. You can easily reattach loose elements with the help of a glue gun.
Read the article Gifts from the Sea to learn more. Click on the link above or on the picture below to open the PDF. Zoom as needed for a comfortable print size.