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Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm | Wreaths Direct

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As a lifelong native of New England, I have to say that the start of the Holiday Season between Thanksgiving and New Years is my favorite time of the year. Winter conjures up visions of horse-drawn sleigh rides, hot toddy’s by the fireside, ice skating on glistening frozen winter ponds, and building snowmen.

My husband I started a long-standing tradition when we first married and always cut down our own Christmas trees at local Christmas tree farms. The tradition continued until our children went off to college. The wreath that usually adorns our front door is always a live wreath, which we get from either the tree farm or a quality nursery. A spotlight that’s placed by the white birch tree in the center of our yard shines upon the door and house. Our home is a two-story colonial, and all of the windows are adorned with live green roping and red ribbons.  Single candles shine through every window.  Our style is very traditional and simple to celebrate the season, a scene right of Normal Rockwell.

Recently I was contacted by Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm/Wreaths Direct and offered the opportunity to review a holiday wreath from Oregon! I have friends who’ve been to Oregon and rave about how spectacular the northwest corner of our country is!

Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm has been raising Christmas trees and making wreaths for five generations. This family-owned business sells beautiful noble fir wreaths, centerpieces, and trees.

Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm is located in the Silverton Hills southeast of Salem, Oregon, adjacent to Silver Falls State Park near Silverton, Oregon. In the early 1920’s, the De Santis family began purchasing farm land. This land was first used to plant and harvest strawberries. By the 1960’s, the strawberry crops were phased out, while Noble and Douglas Christmas Trees were gradually planted. By 1990, the Rutherford family, descendants of the De Santis family, managed the tree farm.

I was at my office when the wreath arrived via UPS, and my husband immediately called me to let me know it had arrived!

The holiday fragrance of this beautiful eco-friendly fresh wreath was still evident throughout the house when I arrived home! The wreath was packaged in a very sturdy corrugated box, and arrived from Oregon unscathed!

Adorned with a red-velvet ribbon, berries and pine cones, the quality and care taken to make this beauty was evident by the hard-wired backing that one normally only sees on high-quality wreaths.

Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm/Wreaths Direct also offers stunning Holiday Table and Centerpieces as well as wreaths. Their fresh greenery ships throughout the USA and is a versatile gift that is pleasing to men, women, employees and all family types! Items include fresh holidays wreaths (also available with gold or silver accents), candy cane wreaths and centerpieces with a free taper candle.

Visit Grandma D’s Tree and Wreath Farm at http://www.wreathsdirect.info/ for more info.  Mention Code W0834 when ordering and you will receive FREE UPS Ground Shipping in the USA.

Please leave a comment about what you like best about Grandma D’s Wreaths!  The poster (this blog) with the most comments within 7 days is eligible to win a Prize from Grandma D’s.

Moomettesgram’s Musings is hosting a Giveaway Contest!  For a chance to win a Coheso Calorie Calculator (Value $79) sponsored by Grandma D’s Wreaths/Wreaths Direct.

To enter (follow directions) Leave a Comment on this post after visiting Grandma D’s Wreaths/Wreaths Direct and let me know what you liked best about their website.

Now for extra entries (each task will get you 1 extra entry):
~Subscribe to my blog via e-Mail through my feedburner link (on the top of my left column).
~Add my button to your sidebar or add me to your blog roll.
~Blog about the contest on your blog, linking back to my blog and the URL to your post (the links must be active/clickable).
~Go favorite or fan me on Technorati, Digg, or Stumble leaving your user name (the link is on my left column if you scroll down) or both.

~Tweet about this contest, and leave your Twitter ID

Make sure you comment separately for each task after the required entry task so you will get credit for each one ~ and leave your e-mail where you can be contacted.

This contest will run until December 6, 2008 at approximately 11:00 pm.  Winners to be chosen at random. USA residents only.  Prize to be shipped direct from Grandma D’s Wreaths/Wreaths Direct.

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Additionally, there is a COMMENTATOR GRAND PRIZE That’s YOU – All who comment on the tour posts will be entered into a drawing for a grand prize for the following:

Large tote bag, mouse pad and eye brightener from MomLogic

Rose Pin ($7.00 value)

All-Natural, Dye free Dog Tug from PurrfectPlay ($18.00 value)

Pet Rescue Cat Cards from PurrfectPlay ($7.95 value)

“I have an attitude of gratitude” Tank Top from EmpoweringStuff ($19.39 value)

Book- “Uncovered: What Really Happens After the Storm, Flood, Earthquake or Fire” by Mark Goldwich ($12.95 value)

“Be Natural” T-Shirt from JustBe ($15.00 value)

Swiggies Wrist Water Bottle ($13.00 value)

1 gift certificate for a set of personalized flashcards from GoosieCards ($28 value)

GermyWormy Sanitary Sleeves for kids

TOTAL VALUE: $131.29

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Timestamp: 2008-12-07 05:31:42 UTC

About Cindi Moomettes

New England blogger from Connecticut and author of the multi-generational Moomettes Magnificents where she writes about Family, Grandparents and Grandchildren, home decor, Crochet, Knitting, DIY, crafts, family travel familiarization trips (FAMs), photography, social media and reviews. You can also find her at Moomettes Magnificents on eBay for the latest Fashion trends, Home Decor and Vintage Collectibles. Also at Moomettes Crochet for Handmade Crochet Wash Cloths & Accessories. For food and recipes visit at her blog Frugal New England Kitchen ***Products and/or companies featured on Moomettes Magnificents may have provided product samples and/or compensation for consideration. All opinions are my own. Posts may contain affiliate links. See also Disclosure***

17 comments

  1. My favorite thing at their site is the candy cane wreaths. Although the white dropping decorations from the top banner are quite dazzling to look at.

    Bonnie Sayers (autismfamily)’s last blog post..Calling for Twitter Members to help a Family out this Holiday Season

  2. I just did the technorati and favorite this blog. I tried to be a fan at squidoo but did not seem to work.

    Bonnie Sayers (autismfamily)’s last blog post..Calling for Twitter Members to help a Family out this Holiday Season

  3. I really like the 24 Inch White Wreath with Silver Bulbs. It is very pretty and would be a great addition to my house for the holidays. Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. i like that everything that they make is fresh. their wreaths are beautiful.

  5. I love the scent of fresh pine! These wreaths are lovely :)

  6. I love the wreaths and centerpieces and feel they are very reasonably priced on Grandma D’s site

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  7. Button is on my sidebar

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  8. These wreaths are really lovely and looking at them has made me feel all christmasasy! Great site!

  9. I am really interested in the fundraising opportunity at Grandma D’s..that sounds like something I could present to the Parent Teacher Union at school as an alternative fundraiser to the gift wrap fundraiser they’re doing now. Everyone hates the gift wrap, this is a much better idea that can be shipped directly to the recipient.

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  10. Your button is on my blog and you’ve been added to my Blogroll.

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  11. I like the candy cane wreaths. How pretty! I love the smell of pine and these would make a great gift for the hard to find person!

    shannon snow’s last blog post..

  12. I’m not entering I’m just visiting from the blog tour. Come visit me too. Well you don’t have too. These wreaths are great!

  13. I was lucky enough to be able to be on the blog tour for this and review this wreath too. I simply adore it!

  14. I like the cross.

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