Sunday, November 17, 2013


Two years ago I received a wreath from Balsam Hill, and I am telling you that when I opened the box, although I knew it was artificial, I smelled the wreath.  It looks that real! It is full, lifelike, and the lights on the wreath are perfect.  

There are numerous reasons that prohibit some from enjoying a real tree, garlands, or wreath, whether it is allergies, pets, fire hazards, etc.  I recommend these stunning trees, wreaths, and garlands.  They are that beautiful!  Celebrities, interior designers, and those loving gorgeous greenery choose Balsam Hill for their holiday decorations.  

... the wreaths are gorgeous, and you can decorate them just like you would decorate a real wreath.

Find the Balsam Hill website here.


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The enchanted home said...

Good alternative if you cannot choose real. I personally despite the mess and the dropping needles love a real tree and of course the smell but I know many opt for a good artificial and I have to say those are quite beautiful. Enjoy your Sunday!

therelishedroost said...

Great site, its so hard to find artificial that really looks goo and these do!! My kids insist on a real tree each year.. so I never put away the vacuum cleaner-lol!

Stacy CUrran said...

Someone just asked me about Balsam Hill, and I said I didn't know, but I'm going to write back to her now and tell her about this post. Thank you!!

Karena said...

They really have some of the most beautiful artificial wreaths and trees!

The Arts by Karena

carolyn bradford said...

What a great source to have! Someone asked me at church today about a source for artificial trees, etc…I will definitely check this out! Thanks so much for all of your sweet comments on both blogs and I certainly hope you are doing well! So good to read a post of yours again!

Karen said...

These look beautiful. I confess, we have a faux tree and I've loved it, but a wreath could be a welcome addition. I always admit having a fake tree with a certain amount of shame...I always said I'd never have one. Then it became clear that if I wanted to put my tree up in early December I was going to face a dead tree by Christmas. Even with regular watering my noble fir would look dry and brittle.
I'll have to check out this out

Splendid Market said...

Living in the PNW, it would be difficult to justify artificial greenery, but these would be my first choice if I were to be in that mode.

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