Beach Fringe Decoration
Excellent for thatch roof
I actually used this product to make a thatch roof for a fundraiser. It worked perfectly. I was very pleased with the product! It was difficult for me to attach it, I needed to purchase quick drying spray glue. It worked well once I did though.
October 11, 2013
QUALITY LESS THAN A YEAR AGO!
I bought this same item a year ago and it was much thicker back then. Still a nice addition to our deck roof even though the quality has gone down hill.
June 4, 2012
First order with Oriental Trading
We purchased this to attach to our tiki bar, I was impressed at how thick it is. I would def recommend this item to friends. Very nice product for the money. The pic below is when I temp attached it to the bar.
February 14, 2012
This item was perfect for my son's party. The fringe was full and held up well. I am pleased with my purchase.
July 19, 2011
Great for the TIKI BAR & Bird Nests
Buy some every couple of years for our tiki bar. The birds like it too, and steal it
June 29, 2011
looks great on deck railings
We put this up around our deck and it just helped to make the whole atmosphere!
June 13, 2011
i love this, its really cute and looks great on the table with a yello/brown cloth.
January 31, 2011
It was really full so I'm not sure what product everyone else got. We used it around the deck and people liked it. It was difficult to find a way to attach it to something but once that was figured out, we were golden.
July 27, 2010
I'm going to use this around my deck railing for our annual Luau. It is very nice, made of raffia and pretty thick for the price. I'm glad I bought them.
July 14, 2010
This worked well as decoration on a parade truck. I put 14" gold mylar parade fringe on the bottom of the truck, then this raffia around the top of the bed and the hood and had our banner for the middle of the truck. We are an Afro-Brazilian dance and drumming school, and with fresh flowers, palm fronds and some gold/green florist mesh the truck looked great. WARNING- any of the raffia products have an intense, overwhelming dusty hay-type smell. If you are going to decorate with them indoors, leave them out in the sun and breeze for a few days to air out.
May 31, 2010