Thursday, May 10, 2018

Spring Spruce Up ~ Hydrangea Wreath Product Review

Disclaimer:  This product was given to me by Commercial Palm Trees in exchange for an honest, unbiased product review.
It's Spring, and while my yard is full of blooms, I can always use a few more!  Plus this silk Hydrangea wreath from Commercial Palm Trees will never stop providing beautiful blue blooms.  This is how it looked right out of the sturdy shipping box.

 I currently have a Hydrangea blooming in my yard, so I thought it would be nice to show the silk Hydrangea and the natural Hydrangea together for comparison.  The blooms on the wreath are a little smaller than the blooms on the plant, but I really like the wild, natural look of the wreath.  

 I had fun posing the wreath in a number of different locations.  Here it is on the outside of my house, close to the door to my quilting studio. One of the nice features I noticed is the way this wreath is put together on the back.  There are many different options for hanging the wreath so it is easy to position however you like.  

It looks lovely on my front porch glider, too.  The wreath is sturdily made and the vines are woven together nicely on the back. 

The wild, natural look of this wreath gives it a romantic look.  I really like it on this window over my bed.  It would look even better if I repainted the window frame.

 Have you ever hung a wreath over a mirror?  I love this look, too.  It really adds another dimension and texture to this cottage chic display.

I ended with it on one side of my double front door.  Here it is open to my foyer.  So welcoming!
I'm still undecided on where it's permanent spot will be.  Where did you like it the most?  Please leave a comment below.  If I've inspired you to bring a little blooming beauty into your home, here's a 10% discount for you ~ just use code BLOGGER10 at checkout.  Click here to shop now:  Commercial Palm Trees.

Be Creative ~ Sew Something Beautiful Today.

Jennifer Thomas

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