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Bring a nautical touch into your home with this handcrafted sign that says "sail away with me." All of my signs are made from reclaimed wood from a dock in coastal North Carolina that was destroyed in Hurricane Irene. The boards have found new life in a unique way. Each piece of wood has been weathered over the years and may have original nail holes or hardware left in for added character. Each sign is one of a kind and custom made to order. Your sign will look like the one pictured unless you send me a special request for different wording or colors.

This sign measures approximately 20" x 5.5" x1.5". The letters are painted white but can be any color you wish. It hangs with a sisal rope, but you can request sawtooth hangers on the back instead. It is coated with an indoor/outdoor finish.

If you'd like to order a custom sign, please send me a message and I'll set up a custom listing for you.

A portion of my proceeds from these reclaimed wood signs will go towards hurricane relief efforts in coastal communities. Thank you for the opportunity to create a special gift for you while helping others.

My other items can be viewed in my store at http://www.docksidecottage.etsy.com

Thank you!

Reclaimed Wood Sign- "Sail Away With Me"

$44.99

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: acrylic paint, reclaimed wood, sisal rope, old wood, upcycled wood, recycled wood, dock wood, drift wood
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 189 reviews
  • Favorited by: 71 people