You won the wreath. Check your email for a message from me and reply within the next 24 hours.
Y’all know I just adore my friend P. Allen Smith for being a gracious host. The way he treats every visitor as if they were the most important person to ever step across his threshold is inspiring to someone like me, who tends to forget to offer company so much as a glass of water.
Allen doesn’t do anything halfway, certainly not holidays. You should see his Moss Mountain farm when it is dripping in holiday decor!
And because Allen knows every holiday host or hostess needs a fresh wreath (and by fresh I mean made of real tree parts, not stinky faux pine needles) he’s created a whole collection of REAL Christmas wreaths. Never in my adult life have I had a real wreath.
20″ Colonial Wreath by P. Allen Smith
About the wreaths:
The P. Allen Smith Holiday Wreath Collection is returning to stores just in time for the holidays. Allen has partnered with his friends at the Berry Family of Nurseries to supply the freshest, sustainably harvested Noble Fir boughs from the Cascade Mountains in western Oregon. His attention to detail, from hand-selecting the limbs to hand-tying the greenery and ornaments, ensures a lush, high-quality product that will last throughout the season.
About the original Colonial Collection:
Simply styled with crabapples and pinecones with cedar and juniper accents, this collection makes a decidedly harvest-inspired statement.
To make sure your home is appropriately trimmed, Allen is generously giving a 20″ signature Colonial wreaths to one of my lucky readers.
Comment below and tell me where you will put this wreath.
Giveaway open to U.S residents 18 years and older. A winner will be announced on Thanksgiving day.
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