Happy Spring Decorating from Willow & Nest! A portion of all profits is donated to the SickKids Foundation.

Dear Santa, We Can Explain
Dear Santa, We Can Explain
Dear Santa, We Can Explain

Dear Santa, We Can Explain
Free Gift

Regular price $52.00

Give Santa (and guests) a good laugh this holiday season. 

Standard: 29” x 17" Fits slightly smaller than any standard door width.
Large: 36" x 24” Fits slightly wider than any standard door width.

Made of 100% environmentally friendly natural coir/coco (coconut husk) fibers. 
Latex backing (naturally produced rubber) keeps mat firmly in place to prevent movement. 

Hand painted using multiple layers of premium outdoor paint and sealed with a UV/weather resistant sealer. Please keep your doormat under a covered porch to increase the lifespan and maintain the beauty. Coir will retain water and darken when exposed to direct rain/snow. Hang to dry for a few days if your doormat becomes saturated.

Current production time is 1-2 weeks (and up to 4 during peak holiday seasons) as I am a one person operation hand painting your piece of door front art!

Please read the Care tab and/or our FAQ for important information about your doormat.

Sure, you can stomp on it, but we don't recommend it! Our doormats are a renewable and natural product and not meant to last a lifetime. They are hand painted with multiple layers of premium paint and sealed with a UV/water resistant sealer. Heavy foot traffic will cause the doormat to wear more quickly. The lighter the foot traffic the longer the font crispness will last. We recommend a covered entrance and keeping the doormat dry, away from direct rain/snow and salt. As the doormat is made of natural coconut husk, water will cause the doormat to swell and shed. Our doormats have a low shed level but, we do recommend giving them a shake every week or so, to loosen excess debris. If your doormat becomes soiled, give it a gentle shake or soft bristle sweep. If it becomes saturated with water, hang it to dry for a few days. Please visit our FAQ page for more information.