Monday, November 24, 2014

Christmas Forest Wreath Review and Giveaway!

 
 
I love fresh wreaths and Christmas Trees.  The smell of a real wreath is impossible to replicate with fake scents or candles.  You just have to have the real thing!
 
That is why I was so excited when Christmas Forest offered to let me review one of their wreaths.  The hard part was choosing one.  They have a great selection of different styles that you can see HERE.  In the end I choose the Highlander Wreath because it suits my Christmas d├ęcor.  I love plaids and a more rustic look.  The Highlander wreath seems to usher in memories of holidays across the oceans and through the ages. This old-world Christmas wreath features aromatic noble fir and princess pine, and is made the old fashioned way—painstakingly handcrafted with a traditional Tartan plaid ribbon and bow.
 
Jingle Bells Christmas WreathThe moment I opened the box the heady scent of fresh pine overwhelmed me!  I loved it and actually leaned in and took a few big whiffs. I was really impressed with the beauty and quality of this wreath.  It looks so much better than the ones you buy at the local store. I have had it up on our front door for a good week and it still looks great even after suffering through single digit temperatures, snow storms and rain.  I have never had such a beautiful wreath.  Thank you Christmas Forest!
 
Christmas Forest also has a great page under Christmas Ideas on the history and origin of Christmas Wreaths and how to choose a wreath that will last. They also sell a large selection of Christmas Ornaments.  I highly recommend Christmas Forest for high quality, beautiful wreaths. 
 

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Giveaway!

 
Christmas Forest is giving one lucky Thrifty Housewife reader a Christmas wreath of their choice!  Use the rafflecopter to enter, all entries are optional, all winning entries are verified for completion. Good luck!
 



 
The Thrifty Housewife was not compensated for this post, I did receive a sample product(s) for the purposes of review. This did not influence my review or my opinions. My views are 100% my own. This giveaway is not affiliated with facebook, pinterest, twitter, or any other social media website.  The winner will be chosen through the rafflecopter form which uses Random.org.  Winner will be notified by email within 48 hours of contest end.  Winner has 24 hours to respond to the  email.  Failure to respond will result in a new winner being chosen. The Thrifty Housewife is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  Open to US and Canada.  All Entries are verified.

32 comments:

  1. Shucks - I can't see the Rafflecopter! These are beautiful though!

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    1. Got it up and running again Emma, boy something was cattywupus there!

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  2. Love how they are handcrafted. I can almost smell them.

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  3. I learned I should get more crafty with the evergreen trees outside my house! If only I had more time on my hands and a website designer I could be selling those beauties for $46 a pop! LOL

    I always love a fresh wreath and tree too. Now I have a little one with asthma so we use a fake tree. I can still hang a beautiful fresh wreath on my front door though! :-)

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  4. I learned they've been selling their lovely wreaths since 1976. My mother would love one of these for a gift!

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  5. marie/boba_gyrl@yahoo.com

    they are hand made and outstanding customer service and environmental commitment

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  6. All of their wreaths are hand-crafted!!!

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  7. I learned that they are offering free shipping when you buy the Jazz Wreath.

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  8. I learned that they also sell Christmas ornaments on their site.

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  9. I learned that they are all hand crafted!

    tkrichardson08 at Hotmail dot com

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  10. I learned that they have super reasonable prices and gorgeous ornaments as well as wreathes! (lilbittypanda at aol dot com)

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  11. They started at a Farmer's Market in 1976.

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  12. I learned they sold the first one at pikes place market in 1976

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  13. First wreath was sold by the company in1976

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  14. I learned that they began their business in 1976. Wow!

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  15. I learned they've been selling wreaths since 1976

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  16. I learned that it all started when they sold their first handmade Christmas wreath back in 1976 at Pike Place Farmer’s Market

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  17. I learned that each of the wreath's is a one of a kind creation.

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  18. I learned they have free shipping, ornaments and have beenaround since 1976.

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  19. I learned that the wreaths are alive with the fresh evergreen scent of the Cascade Mountains!

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  20. I learned that they have a fundraising program. That's a great idea!

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  21. I learned about their fund raising program.

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  22. They made their first wreath in 1976 also that they sell miscellaneous items as well...ornaments!!

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  23. I learned that they began selling wreaths in 1976 and that they also sell miscellaneous items....ornaments!!

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  24. I learned that sold their first Christmas wreath at Pike Place Farmer's Market in Seattle in 1976

    lmurley2014@yahoo.com

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  25. I like the 20" Jazz-a-Tazz Wreath. I learned they have fundraising plans.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  26. I like the 20" Jazz-a-Tazz Wreath.

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  27. I learned that all of their wreaths are hand made and they also sell ornaments!

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