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Beautiful Wreath!

It's this just a beautiful wreath! I saw this image on Pinterest and did my very best to research it back to the original owner, but had no luck. Usually I don't post an image without giving credit, so if this is your photo.....please let me know! Would love to visit the website or blog of the person who made this))) So many elements and dimensions are demonstrated in this gorgeous wreath. Looks like the base was a red and green striped mesh, then a green ribbon with a red scroll design. Ornaments in at least two different styles, beaded and smooth and them little pom pom picks. The narrow green ribbon looks like Glitter Strip Garland which was the thing I wanted to call your attention to. Glitter Strip Garland is a new product, as far as I know, that just came out last year. It's available in several colors and a couple of widths. We have the narrow here at Trendy Tree in several different colors. It comes in a coiled roll and you just roll off the size piece you need and cut it. It maintains a little bit of a curl, but it isn't wired.....you can fashion it into a shape or anything. glitter strip garland Glitter Strip Garland is available here in red, lime green, purple, gold, silver, black and light blue. We may be temporarily out of some colors, but have more arriving. It's very useful in centerpieces, wreaths, and garlands. You can just swirl it around in your tree too. Last year one of our customers used this as bridle reins on her outdoor reindeer display. Short little pieces are used by florist in wristlets, corsages and floral arrangements. If you've used this product, we would love to hear you about how you used it! **UPDATE** Thanks to one of our Facebook friends, Beth Morton, she was able to identify the creator of this beautiful wreath. The wreath was designed by Decoglitz of Arlington, Texas. Please be sure to visit their Etsy shop Decoglitz and browse through their many gorgeous creations! And thank you to Beth for telling us who this wreath belonged to! Appreciate it! You can also browse some beautiful creations by Beth Morton at the Pure Bliss Facebook page.
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