IXXI Mural decoration system 120 X one hundred Cross Beach. Evening Effect
Other shapes for base 12, corresponding to an arcuate shape can also be used to provide partial coverage of the wreath base. Multiple decoration apparatuses 10 may be used together (finish to finish, side to aspect, or any combination thereof) on a single wreath base to offer extra coverage or full protection of the base. Additionally, base 12 may be sized and formed to offer full coverage of a wreath base (similar to a round, oval, square, rectangular, heart, or different formed ring, known as a “full ring”), if desired, however that is somewhat limiting because the ornamental apparatus 10 can be sized and formed to suit solely specific wreaths. Most wreaths come in commonplace styles and sizes, so a full ring base 12 could nonetheless be used with totally different wreath bases (a 12 inch spherical grapevine wreath and a 12 inch round straw wreath, for instance). However, it is most most well-liked for base 12 to have a partial form to permit larger flexibility with interchangeability of location and orientation of ornament equipment 10 on the wreath base and allow mixtures of ornament apparatuses 10 (with each having the identical decorative elements 26 or every having completely different, ideally coordinating, ornamental parts 26) to be used to attain totally different looks.
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If such a wreath is manufactured from grapevine or a wire type, then the wires 24 may be … Read More
According to a different preferred embodiment, there are a minimum of three base attachment mechanisms. The third base attachment mechanism is a magnet, suction cup, or straight pin.
According to another most well-liked embodiment, the wires on one side of the bottom lengthen further than the wires on the opposite side of the base or the wires alternate in length, one wire being longer on the proper aspect than the left side and the following wire being longer on the left facet than the proper side. The wires also provide a mechanism for attaching one ornamental apparatus 10 to another ornamental equipment 10 to attach them collectively (particularly to connect them aspect to aspect) to type a bigger general decoration as desired.
Any configuration of alternating sample for slits 128 could also be used. Referring to FIGS.
Most ideally, there are a plurality of removable clips spaced out along the longitudinal sides of the base. Most ideally the clips on one facet of the base are offset relative to the clips on the other aspect of the bottom or an irregular placement pattern is used to supply larger flexibility in having at least two clips align with branches on the wreath for attachment.
The wires are glued between the decorations and the bottom or between two base layers, extending outwardly from the perimeters of the ornament. The alligator clips are permanently affixed to the back aspect of the decoration base by gluing one of the clip arms to … Read More
At least a portion of backside surface 134 is ideally completely connected to upper floor one hundred thirty, by gluing, sewing, or riveting. Most preferably, these surfaces are attached alongside the vast majority of their perimeters, except for certain parts as discussed below, and connected laterally between sides one hundred fifteen and 117 in at least one area disposed in a central portion of base 112 between areas for wire sets 125 and clips 116. Layer 132 is preferably considerably the same shape and size as layer 112 and they are preferably made of the identical materials. Base 112 also preferably comprises a plurality of clip slots 128, each of which is configured to permit both an higher arm 118 or a decrease arm 122 of a clip 116 to cross through the clip slot. Most ideally, lower arm 122 move through the clip slot 128 and is completely attached to higher surface 130 of base 112 (and optionally to a backside floor of decorative elements 126), leaving upper arm 118 free to be opened and closed to supply a secondary mechanism for attaching ornament apparatus 110 to a wreath base or other substrate (as proven in FIG. 4).
Pat. No. 7,217,446 discloses a stable wreath base having holes through the wreath. Decorations with rods configured to suit by way of the holes are inserted into the holes on the wreath base and a fastener secures the rod to the wreath on the backside of the wreath. The fastener could … Read More