Red, Green and Gold Glitter Garland

$14.99

This festive red, green and gold glitter garland will add cheer to any home! The generous length of 12 feet, allows it to be hung, draped or placed in an array of places. Whether you choose to hang your glitter garland on your tree or drape it on your mantle, it will brighten anywhere it is placed!

The shimmering nature of the glitter will add to the holiday ambiance and when the glitter garland is placed near twinkle lights, it will remind you of a nostalgic, holiday scene from long ago!

A great addition to your holiday decor; grab a string today!

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If you like things that glitter, then this red, treen and gold glitter garland is for you!

Approximately 12′ in length, this festive glitter garland is sure to catch the attention of anyone that sees it! With such a generous length, it can be hung or draped in a multitude of places. Whether you drape it on your mantle, hang it over an arch way or arrange it on your tree, you can’t go wrong.

When in combination with holiday lights, our glitter garland is reflective so a nice warm is created when the lights are low. I place 3 glitter garlands on my Christmas tree and they give it an almost nostalgia look. Our farm house has a nostalgic, country feel to the decor so the glitter garland is perfect for us!

Another nice way of using the glitter garland is to arrange it on your mantle. Whether you use live greens or silk ones, if you place twinkle lights amongst the greens and then nestle the glitter garland throughout the greens, you will create a beautiful display. I have a Santa collection, so I pepper different Santas along the mantle; each Santa has a different look and personality so by doing this, I believe it completes the festive look of the mantle. In my opinion, no mantle should be left without decor during the holidays. It is truly amazing how much nicer the room looks with a tastefully decorated mantle!

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