Work wreaths are so simple a child can do it. 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. 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 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.
Our wreaths are 24" and that is big enough for almost any job you are going to do. you will use a full roll of poly deco mesh per wreath and you will get about a zillion comments on how nice it looks. Trust me - try it! If you are using a 30" wreath you will need at least 1 1/4 rolls per wreath and it is better to figure 1 1/2 rolls to be safe. Perfect for 2 colors - outer row vs inner row or just like a braid!!! We are no longer stocking 30" wreaths but will order them for you if you will buy in units of 6.
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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We are currently out of Orange Wreaths, would Chocolate work?