Battery-Powered Decorated Swag
Nice accent swags!
I bought the wreath, garlands and swags in this collection in traditional and I am very pleased with their beauty and quality. I will say that the swags are more suited to be used as an accent for a porch light, which is how I used them, or window rather than as a door decoration because of their size. Love how these look!
December 9, 2014
Already falling apart
This swag is very pretty, and I bought it on sale, so it seemed like a good bargain, but it started falling apart the second time I handled it, to put batteries in. One ornament and two pieces of greenery fell off. They are only glued on, not well attached at all. I can fix it, but of course it should not be falling apart right after a purchase.
January 25, 2014
this item appears to have good features
since the christmas wreath arrived on Jan 6,2014 I was not able to put it up and appreciate it. I guess I will have to wait until next Christmas to enjoy it.
January 21, 2014
the swags look great on the columns of our victorian home. Not needing to plug them in is a great plus. So easy to put up.
January 6, 2014
We ordered the traditional swags. They have lots of ornaments attached and are so beautiful both without the lights during the day and especially with the lights at night. I will say that the ornaments are delicately attached. We have them mounted inside the house around the window molding, so they don't get jarred the way they would if mounted on a door that opens and closes.
January 2, 2014
This was very good swag, took out the box and hung it right up. No fuss, and I ended ordering all 3 to have different looks for different years.
January 2, 2014
The name of this swag is "Elegant." Unfortunately the gold decorations are made of inexpensive plastic, so that the overall look is not elegant.
January 1, 2014
I purchased a full set (garland, 2 swags and a wreath) and was very pleased by the appearance. Only drawbacks are lighting seemed finicky in one of my swags and only half of the lights worked upon arrival. It was something we could repair ourselves.
December 31, 2013