Quince & Cinnamon Stick Wreath for Thanksgiving

I love this part of the year when we go from celebration to festivity and another celebration, we party for Halloween and wake up just in time for Thanksgiving, wait for several more weeks to find ourselves next to Christmas and, before we even realize, we are in a totally new year. Yes, Thanksgiving Day is approaching and we must prepare our house for it.Take down the ghost and carved pumpkins that are left on the porch since Halloween and replace them with beautiful cornucopias or wreaths and some other nice season decorations. You can do it yourself if you are good at arts and crafts or maybe you can buy them if you are busy or want to have a professional looking decoration in your house. This Quince & Cinnamon Stick Wreath for Thanksgiving is perfect for the upcoming holiday and will bring a cup of good cheer in it.

This beautiful wreath is hand made only of natural products that are woven together in an artistic design that looks amazing on your door in the Thanksgiving morning. It is made of carefully selected and then combined for the best visual  effect.

You can see all kinds of autumn decorative plants, dried quince slices , next to cherry peppers mingled with green salal and myrtle leaves, purple oregano and yellow flax pods. You can also see from some cinnamon sticks every now and then and they confer the festivity a nice smell. This decorative wreath is now for sale for $79.95.

Published by in Design And Concept, on November 16th, 2011


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