Sea The Good Towel – Muse Originals OBX
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These little towels remind you to “Sea The Good” even when you can’t make it to the Outer Banks. Made of a cotton blend, these towels are extremely soft, absorbent, and perfect for the beach, in the kitchen, during a workout or to decorate your home.
Muse Originals OBX is an eclectic and gorgeous array of local and regional art and handmade goods! Located in Kitty Hawk’s Historic Firehouse at the 2.5 MP on the Beach Road in Kitty Hawk next to some of the OBX’s finest, Art’s Place, SaltAire Cottages, and Wink’s Deli and Market. The artwork on the towel is a reminder to us all to “Sea The Good” in all moments, in people, in life. R
Home Sweet Outer Banks Home Book – Greg Smrdel
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The book Home Sweet Outer Banks Home? is “…a story of strength, weakness, grief, community involvement, but most of all, triumph.” OBX local Greg Smrdel is both an author and a comedian, so you are in for a great read with this “Fictional Facts and Factual Fictions” version of his family’s memoirs. Some of our subscribers will certainly recognize places in this book. And lucky for our subscribers, this book is hand signed by the author! What a special treat!
Wave Ring – Denise Turner Jewelry
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We are so excited to present Denise Turner Jewelry to our subscribers! The handmade and hand texturized wave ring is one of her most popular sellers!
Denise Turner has been designing and making jewelry for over 20 years. Influenced by the coastal environment near her studio, she is inspired to translate the beauty she sees into her jewelry. Each piece is handmade with gratitude and admiration. Denise gratefully resides in Manteo, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her Husband and two Sons. Denise Turner Jewelry has many more beautiful handmade jewelry for every beach lover.
If the wave ring is not in a size of your liking pay it forward and give it as a beautiful gift to a fellow Outer Banks lover! If you happen to be in the area, you can go to Muse Originals OBX to exchange the ring for a different size.*
*Disclaimer – In-store exchange only. Exchanges are limited to sizes available in Muse’s location.
Bread Dipping Spices – Outer Banks Olive Oil Co.
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As fall begins and friends and family gather, we thought what more perfect item to have from the Outer Banks than a bread dipping spice to share with your guests! The Outer Banks Olive Oil Co. cultivates a variety of the freshest premium olive oils, balsamic vinegars, specialty oils, vinegars and spices to satisfy the foodie in you. To use your bread dipping spice just add olive oil and the spices (add as much or as little as you like) and serve! Enjoy!
OBX Viewfinder – Featuring OBX Local Photographer Susan Ogden
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Miss the OBX? For our subscribers that may not remember these throwbacks, these are viewfinders that used to be found on beaches all over! They have little pictures in them! So when you are patiently awaiting the next trip to the Outer Banks, just look through these little guys and see the OBX captured beautifully by the super talented, OBX local, Susan Ogden!
A little about Susan:
Susan is a photographer and an artist. Susan resides in Nags Head, NC. Her subjects in her photographs are seascapes, nature, wildlife and places that she visits and lives near. Catching the story or the spirit of those in her lens is a passion and what she truly enjoys as you can tell by your very special image from the OBX.
Read more about Susan or book a photo shoot at susanogden.zenfolio.com .
Like what you see? As of the time of publishing this blog, there are still a few spots remaining for our upcoming fall box! Click the big fancy button below to head over to our ordering section or read more about the Outer Banks Box!