Holly & Poinsettia Velvet Ribbon
Golden or silver prints on rich color velvet
Adding some natural elements in no matter indoor or outdoor decorations is always a good idea. In addition to the common options green and red, dark navy blue can also embellish the holiday scene by evoking feelings of luxury, prestige and mystery.
This listing features golden or silver prints of holly leaves on rich color of velvet.
Gold and silver look pretty, of course they does, but more than that what they represent is illumination, magic, sparkle and glamour. It brings a livelier touch to the festivities, as well as acts as the game changer from tradition to modern.
This Christmas series comes in three velvet colors, red, green and dark navy. Patterns shown perfectly on these colors and build great color harmony. The ribbon can ve cut into any width. It is sewn with wires on edgings by gold metallic thread. The velvet ribbon just plays gold to the extreme!
Let’s shimmer around!
Get started on decorating with this luxurious-looking Christmas listing and let it illuminate your wishes for your loved ones!
Durable & sturdy
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