Sherbert Rainbow Wreath

Christmas Collection 2020

From £49.95

I designed Sherbet Rainbow whilst feeding my chickens one evening, it was twilight wet from soft Devon rain, showcasing a mystical glittering rainbow, this is my garden if I was lucky enough to live on a rainbow. I handcrafted lots of pretty candy floss dried gypsophila. Intertwined with ixodia, Rhonda. Tiny pink rose buds, finished with a magical mouse.
Simply place and enjoy Fiona x
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Description

Description

I designed Sherbet Rainbow whilst feeding my chickens one evening, it was twilight wet from soft Devon rain, showcasing a mystical glittering rainbow, this is my garden if I was lucky enough to live on a rainbow. I handcrafted lots of pretty candy floss dried gypsophila. Intertwined with ixodia, star Daisy’s and tiny pink rose buds, finished with a magical felt mouse.
Simply place and enjoy Fiona x
Size

Additional information

Weight 700 g
Size

W32cm x H17cm, W45cm x H22cm

CARE

CARE

All our products are lovingly handcrafted in the UK by a dedicated team of artisans using the finest natural botanicals.

None of the products are edible and must be kept at all times out of the reach of children and pets. Some of our products contain chillies; please wash your hands after handling. We use a fragrance oil to scent our products.

We expect our products to have usable life of one year, even though customers have reported cherishing their Pollyfields purchases for two or more years.

Damp rooms and moisture from hanging the product outside will revert our dried natural botanic back to its original ‘fresh fruit state’ and induce mould growth as on any perishables in a fruit bowl. Ensure you use the product in a dry environment only if you are wanting to store your purchase for another year. To store your fully dry product please place in a completely sealed ziplock plastic bag and then place in a sealed plastic box if storing in the attic or garage.  Wreaths that have been displayed on the front door or inner porch will go mouldy if stored; treat them as a fresh product and discard after the festive season.