Rusty Barbwire Cord
I was happy with how long the "barbwire" was. I was expecting it to be short even though the description was 18 ft. It always seems like cords and ropes like this aren't long enough but this was a good length. It has a good rusty brown color to it and is strong. I hanged some props from it for Halloween and it held well. It feels more like paper than twine but it was strong and looked realistic. Very fun for Halloween!
October 9, 2012
This item is very authentic looking!
January 31, 2012
This looks so real but is very soft and easily formed. It will add a lot of fun to our Western theme party. I may purchase more!
October 13, 2011
Cute and Realistic
Such a cute addition to our western themed tables!
August 16, 2011
We used this to help decorate the tables at a fair. It brought in the rustic feel without feeling the "rustic". It was much easier to use, mold, and shape. It looked great blended with greenery. It is also reusable. I would most definately use again.
January 17, 2011
This is GREAT!! My husband and I absolutely loved the way it looked when we decorated our church fellowship hall for our Western themed VBS. It is a super buy for the price and looks so realistic that people touched it to see if it WAS real! It is the PERFECT touch for any Western themed event! We received lots of compliments on the decorations, thanks in part to this barbwire, and some people wanted to know where to buy it. Thanks OTC!
August 2, 2010
Great stuff! Soft, flexible, weather resistent and looks real. I've wrapped it around bushes, put it on my front door, etc.
October 14, 2008
Looks so real!
I used this barbwire to decorate in a hunting themed nursery. Everyone commented on how real it looked! It was a great purchase.
November 2, 2013
This product looks like yarn tied together.
December 18, 2012
Our wedding is at a ranch, so I got this to make garland for the wedding table. I thought it would be plastic, but it's more of a fabric cord, which works because it will be more plyable, and easier to attach paper flowers to, yet still keep the look of barbed wire.
December 13, 2012