Monday, December 3, 2012

Christmas Forest Cascade wreath Review & Giveaway ends 12/12 Daily US

Since 1976, when we sold our first Christmas wreath at Pike Place Farmer’s Market in Seattle, we have focused on pleasing our customers with forest fresh Christmas wreaths, and now we have loyal customers worldwide. Our craftspeople join with nature to create exquisite Christmas wreaths out of the finest greenery, while protecting Mother Nature. With our friendly office staff, we have become well known for our outstanding customer service as well as for our gorgeous Christmas wreaths. Buy Christmas Forest wreaths and please everyone on your list with the best Christmas wreaths in the world.
 My wreath came in great fresh condition with a pretty red bow that I had I to put on. I loved the smell of fresh pine and couldn't wait to put it up. I hung the Cascade wreath on my back door and it looks wonderful. Now everyone sees the wreath before they come in my home. This was a great addition to my holiday decorations.
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Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win A Cascade wreath. This is open to US and ends 12/12/12 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter.
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Disclaimer: I got the Cascade wreath free to do this product review and was not paid for my response. Please note that SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize

57 comments:

  1. i love the jingle bell wreath! so pretty!

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  2. i would hang it in our living room! my husband always has to have a wreath but this year money is too tight. i want to win to surprise him!

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  3. What i learned about them is that they protect mother nature while they also have one that donates to breast cancer. I think that is so awesome of a company to do.

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  4. I would hang it on my front door and also let all my family and friends know about this company. Also I would tell them about how beautiful their product are.

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  5. I would tell others and share it by putting on the front door of our home

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  6. They sold their first wreath in 1976 in a Farmer's Market.
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  7. I would keep it and put it on my front door.
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  8. I LIKE THE Jingle Bell Wreaths. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  9. I WOULD PUT THIS ON OUR FRONT DOOR. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  10. I learned that they make from fresh pine trees!

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  11. I like the Jingle Bell Wreaths.

    AndreaH
    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  12. I would give it to my stepmom to hang on their front door.

    AndreaH
    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  13. I learned this company offers free shipping to continental US via UPS ground.

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  14. I'd give it to my son and daughter-in-law with whom we're spending the Christmas Holiday.

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  15. I like the Jingle Bell Wreaths
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  16. I'd put it outside on the front door
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  17. I love the Jingle Bell Wreaths for my front door!
    kat_emerick@yahoo.com

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  18. I'd never seen tartan, blue or pink ribboned wreaths.

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  19. The wreath would go on the front of my apartment door.

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  20. I love this wreath Pink for the Cure
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  21. I would put the wreath on my front door
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  22. I love the Holiday Swags, they are beautiful!

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  23. If I won this beautiful wreath, I would place it on my door during the holidays!

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  24. i like Jingle Bell Wreaths

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  25. Dorothy Walters
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    I like their ornaments but I especially like their jingle bell wreath.

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  26. Dorothy Walters
    dottiewalters@q.com
    Probably buy a hook and put is on my door.

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  27. I like that the company has been around for such a long time and now they expanded worldwide!

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  28. I like that they are fresh made. I like the Blue Glacier Wreath a lot. I would keep it for myself.

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  29. i like the cancer one or the red and blue one

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  30. I love the Jingle bells one or the cancer cure one. The look so alive and pretty

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  31. I would keep it for my front door. spead Christmas cheer.

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  32. I like the Pink for the Cure Wreath and I learned that 10% of the sales go to breast cancer prevention!

    Jennifer Hedden
    jenrenh@hotmail.com

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  33. I would put it on my front door.

    Jennifer Hedden
    jenrenh@hotmail.com

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  34. Christmas Forest has been in business since 1976!

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  35. I have the perfect spot for it, right between the two garage doors.

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  36. I would hang it inside on the front door so we would be able to see AND smell it... no real trees this year :(I can't whine, I have 6 fakes ones that we've put up..lol)

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  37. I would hang it on my front door, this is very nice.

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  38. I learned that they have loyal worldwide customers & sell ornaments.

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  39. I learned they do not cut down any trees to make the Christmas wreaths. They harvest the tips of the branches, and this actually promotes the growth of the trees.

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  40. I would put it on my front door, there's nothing on it.

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  41. They have been open since 1976 and sold their first wreath at my favorite place in Seattle, Pikes Place Market

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  42. Christmas Forest's been in business since 1976.

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  43. I learned that they sold their first Christmas wreath at Pike Place Farmer’s Market in Seattle

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  44. put it on my front door so everybody can see it :o)

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  45. I learned that the company is located in Curtis, Washington.

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  46. I would give the wreath to my friend.

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