Think of work garland as a straight wreath or a curve or a square or a whatever you want. Garland is just the piece attached to the wreath frame and you can make it any shape you want. Hang it, drape it, lay it flat, the choices are really anything you want - that's why we like the garland even more than the wreaths. The principle is the same, 1 roll of mesh per garland - our garland if 9'. Just like the wreath, there are no rules, just gather the Poly Deco Mesh and hold it in place with the ties and move on to the next tie. The more slack you leave between the ties, the more "poof" you get and the nicer it looks. It really is that easy. To keep it uniform, the thing we do is skip a tie, gather the mesh at the second tie and then slide it back the the skipped tie and attach it. We have all the poplular colors so your secret of how you did it will never be visible to your customers or your friends.
These work wreaths, the garland, the work forms, etc., are a product of years of actual first hand experience. A guy by the name of Scott Admire from Arkansas has been a florist, a wholesale floral supplier and now works as a rep for a wholesale floral supply importer. Scott has made more wreaths in his lifetime than you can imagine and he has a knack for finding the best way to do things. He also knows what looks good, what works and what sells. Based on how many of these things we sell, I would say he was right on with this one.
The Gold Metallic matches the gold metallic threads in the mesh so it can be used with many of the mesh colors we offer. If you are going to use a solid color, try to match the wreath color to the mesh for best results.
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