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Beautiful Wreath & A Discount for You

If you're like me, you're always on the look-out for something pretty to put in your home, so when I was contacted by a representative from Commercial Palm Trees, I was thrilled!  
They offered me a product from their extensive plants, trees, and outdoor collection in return for a neutral review of the product chosen.   There were so many options, but, here's what I finally chose:
They did an excellent job packaging this wreath for shipping. This is exactly what it looked like when it came out of the box and I was impressed by how life-like the flowers were.  Take a look at some close-ups:

I think the flowers are beautiful. Don't you?
The wreath is very well-made and I expect it to last a long time. Based on this wreath, I would not hesitate to purchase from them. They have an extensive selection of silk plants that includes flowers, plants, topiaries, trees, and more.  
Now, for the best part.  If you would like to find something for your home, click HERE to shop.  To receive a 10% discount on your purchase, use BLOGGER 10 at check-out.

*Disclosure: This product was received as a sample in exchange for an honest, unbiased, review. The reviews and or opinions on this blog are 100% my own. No monitory compensation was received and I was not required to write a positive review.
I think this would be beautiful on the wall or front door.  Don't you?

Have a great week and thanks for visiting the Cottage.

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  1. Gorgeous wreath! I will go shoppping! I am a floral designer and this wreath is fabulous!

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    1. Thank you, Pinky. I was really impressed too! So glad you stopped by the Cottage!

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    1. I agree, it is beautiful! Thank you for visiting the Cottage.

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  3. It's gorgeous, you made a great choice.

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    1. Thank you so much, I'm thrilled with it!

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  4. Very pretty! I'd love a wreath like that for my door

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    1. Now's your chance, Pat...and a 10% discount!

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  5. That is beautiful. What a pop of color on your front door!

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  6. Wow. Look at those pretty colors!!

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  8. I was contacted by them too back in February and picked this same wreath to do my review of too :) Love it!

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    1. Great minds think alike, Chas! I love it too!

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