It is that time of the year that we start decorating for the holidays and for me I have a different wreath for Spring, Halloween, Fall and then Christmas. I love seeing a beautiful wreath on the door and feels like it is the perfect welcome for our guests as they come to visit. Last year I worked with ChristmasForest.com to review their 20″ Crimson Delight Wreath and am delighted to be able to work with them again this year to review the 25″ Holiday Swag. Christmas Forest began selling their wreaths at the Pike Place Farmer’s Market back in 1976 and today they still share the same passion for putting the very essence of Christmas into every wreath they create.
The 25″ Holiday Swag looks gorgeous hanging on our front door.
And it is also beautiful on the fireplace where I think I will keep it.
The designer’s choice, the Holiday Swag brings the best of the Cascades into your home. A departure from the classic Christmas wreath design, every Holiday Swag is handcrafted from the native evergreens of the Pacific Northwest, using Noble Fir, Western Red Cedar and Princess Pine. The moment you open the box you will be transported to the magical forests of the Cascades! I love the gorgeous mix of evergreens and the contrast of the red ribbon.
If the 25″ Holiday Swag is not for you, there are many other wreaths to choose from. I also like the 20″ Rudolph’s Favorite Wreath with ruby red trinkets, dazzling gold pine cones and designer bow. ChristmasForest.com also has Christmas Ornaments such as the 2017 Baby’s First Christmas Ornament, hand tooled from the finest brass, hand painted, and then finished with 24kt gold that is a great gift for that family with a new baby. Ditch that old artificial wreath this year and get a piece of the Cascade Mountains delivered to your door.
Queen of Reviews has teamed up with ChristmasForest.com to offer a 25″ Holiday Swag to one of my lucky readers. Just enter using the widget below and be sure to show them some love on facebook, twitter and Pinterest. Good luck!
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