Wires 24a and 24b (and any additional wires in each wire set 25) may also have completely different strengths or thicknesses to accommodate the load of decoration equipment 10 (primarily determined by the load of the particular decorative parts 26 used) in varied end makes use of. A stronger or thicker wire may be wanted to carry a heavy set of decorative components 26 to a wreath hanging on a door, while a thinner wire of less energy may be want to attach the identical set of ornamental elements to a desk basket because part of the burden of the ornamental components 26 is supported by the surface on which the basket is placed. Different wire lengths can also be provided to accommodate totally different sizes wreathes or different substrates. Any of the wires 24 that aren’t being used to attach decorative apparatus 10 to a substrate may be folded in and tucked behind base 12 so they don’t seem to be readily seen from the entrance when in use. Any combination of coloration, thickness/strength, and size may be used for the wires in every set 25 and each set 25 needn’t have the same combination of wires.
Multi-Decoration System Includes:
Pat. No. 5,513,978 discloses a tapered form anchor attached to a ornament, corresponding to a pine cone, by wire or string. The anchor is inserted all the way through the wreath base, narrow finish first, in order that the broader end catches on the branches on the back aspect of the wreath. The anchor is then seen from the again facet of the wreath, which is not fascinating for a glass door.
6. The hole shown in FIG. 6 is exaggerated for illustration purposes. In normal use, layers 112 and 132 would contact each other in the space of every wire slot 138, however would not be adhered or hooked up together within the area of every wire slot 138.
Decorative wreaths are used to seasonally beautify or decorate for holidays. Such wreaths normally include floral or foliage decorations, bows, and/or collectible figurines that are completely affixed to the wreath base or substrate by glue.
For instance, wires could also be used to connect the decoration equipment to the deal with of a basket, to a grapevine wreath, and a foam wreath. Clips may be additionally used to attach the decoration apparatus to the handle of a basket and the grapevine wreath, but would not be very useful for attachment to most foam wreaths.
This takes up considerable room and the house within the center of the wreath stack is generally unused and wasted. With separate wreath bases and decoration apparatuses based on the invention, space for storing is minimized both as a result of fewer wreath bases need to be stored and the ornament apparatuses could be folded and stacked collectively using the normally wasted space within the center of the wreath bases.
According to another most popular embodiment, a wire slot is formed between the higher and backside layers of the base for each wire or wire set. The wire slot is configured to permit the wire or wires in a wire set to be tucked into the slot and hidden from view when not in use. When a wire is used as a base attachment mechanism, the twisted portion (where the wire is connected to itself after wrapping around the wreath) may be tucked into the slot to cover it from view. Additionally, based on another most popular embodiment, the wire used as a base attachment mechanism may be removable from the bottom and inserted through the wire slot when it is desired to make use of a wire as a base attachment mechanism. According to a different most popular embodiment, decorative elements (corresponding to parts 26, 126, or 226) are removable from a base (similar to base 12, 112, or 212) to which two or more base attachment mechanisms are linked or connectable.