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 the bottom. Both the wires and clips are seen from the back aspect of the decoration.
Most preferably the range of angles Î¸ (Î¸ a , Î¸ b , and so on.) is between about 120Â° and 240Â° and more preferably between about a hundred thirty fiveÂ° and 245Â° and most preferably between a hundred and fortyÂ° and 220Â°. The angle Î¸ vary is measured from an axis 242 (identical perpendicular axis previously described) around to periphery 250 and to periphery 251 of every pocket 249, as shown in FIGS. 7B and 7C. The use of arcuate pockets 249 offers greater flexibility within the selective placement of clips 216 in order to higher grasp a portion of the wreath base or different substrate. However, the broader configuration of arcuate pockets 249 may allow for slippage of a clip 216 along base 212.
Most preferably, the decorative parts are permanently hooked up to the bottom and completely cover the base. Most ideally, the ornamental parts also lengthen far past the perimeter of the bottom. At least two base attachment mechanisms are linked to or connectable to the bottom, permitting the bottom to be removably hooked up to a wreath. Most ideally, one of many base attachment mechanisms is a wire that could be wrapped across the wreath base and the opposite base attachment mechanism is a detachable alligator-type clip that could be used to understand branches or vines on a grapevine wreath.
CUSTOM ORBÂ® Decoration System
The ornament allows for flexibility in placement location on the wreath and a number of decorations may be used collectively on a single wreath, if desired. According to at least one most popular embodiment of the invention, the wreath decoration contains a base having a bottom surface and a high surface. A plurality of decorative elements, similar to flowers, leaves, and ribbon, are hooked up to the highest floor of the bottom.
Clips can also be used to connect the ornament equipment to a vase or lamp shade. Straight pins could also be used to attach the decoration equipment to a foam wreath, lamp shade, or bulletin board, however would not be very helpful for attachment to most grapevine wreathes. Referring to FIG. 7A, another most well-liked embodiment of ornamental equipment 210 is depicted.