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Lighted Small Indoor Snowy Willow Twig Decorations
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Lighted Willow Twig Decorations For Indoor And Outdoor Decorating

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Lighted Small Indoor Snowy Willow Twig Decorations
$14.99 - $41.99
These Lighted Willow Twigs look like they were plucked from a forest, but they light up to give your home a warm glow.

Place them in your own container, alone or with other faux greens or flowers to create a custom look. They look wonderful in an entry, on a sideboard or on a protected porch.

Choose from natural willow or snowy white.

Indoor twigs require 3 AA batteries, sold separately. Outdoor twigs operate with an electric cord.

• Twig decorations with lights
• Indoor and outdoor styles
• Natural willow or snowy white
• Two heights
• Beautiful in a container, entryway, sideboard, table and more
• Use alone or accented with other live or faux greens

Small Twigs 19-3/4"H
Tall Twigs 39"H
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By StageHandforStagedHomes
Picture is misleading
Comments about Product:
They look great, just to create the same look of a pile of twigs you need quite a few. They only come 2 "sprigs" to an order.
By deedee
Just the right brightness
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Would really like a solar version of this product
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