I love natural garlands, trees and wreaths but the problem is – I leave them up way too long and so they die even before Christmas. (I know that is obvious to you since it is barely even the middle of November and I am already holiday decorating)
So I buy faux trees, garlands and wreaths but I am super picky about them looking natural.
Look how pretty this garland is. It looks and feels natural. Since this beautiful green sits directly in my foyer where guests can touch and feel, I want it to be nice and natural. The garland comes from Tree Classics.
When I received it in the mail I was so super surprised at the quality and life-like color when I opened the box. The needles really do feel real and fresh.
No wonder Tree Classics gets so many great reviews.
Now, here’s a great deal for you – Tree Classics is celebrating 40 years and instead of receiving gifts for this special birthday year – they are actually GIVING 40 gifts away.
The good news is that one of my readers will get one of them. (happy dance)
All you have to do is leave me a comment below and you will be entered to win this Classic Noble Fir Garland! (click the link – you can see details and close ups of the needles & everything – trust me, it’s super nice)
The garland is pre-lit with white lights and it’s so natural looking! Just like the garland on my railing.
I fastened my garland to the railing with rope tied into bows.
Oh, while we are talking about natural and gifts – look what my parents picked up for me on their vacation to Lake Tahoe (I think that is where they were). These pine cones are almost 6 inches tall. I put twinkle lights in the silver bucket with them. Such a beautiful earthy accent.
OK – so you only have a few days to leave me a nice comment because you want to get your garland to show off this year – right?
I will choose a reader at random to receive the garland on Friday this week and then Tree Classics will mail it straight to you.
K…so just leave a message down below. Click the post a comment link and a comment box will show up. Say something nice and be sure to sign your first name please.