Silver Barbwire Cord
What a great Idea!!!
The silver barbed wire cord is not as realistic as the rusty one, but both of them are great for crafting things. The price is good, concidering what you would spend at a craft store for the cord by the foot. I was checking out the rusty one when my nefew came in, and he said something like, "what? You have barb wire... and for what?" Then I had him touch it and he was stoked! Started laughing, thought it was pretty cool that it wasn't real.
December 27, 2009
Not as shiney as in photo. Can't use on cake.
October 18, 2010
not really silver, more like a dull gray...can't tell what it is.
July 30, 2010
A little expensive. Had to tell people what is was
June 28, 2010
Neat - looking but brittle
Looks like real barbed wire, but some of the pieces were not coiled nicely, I had to twist them myself. Cut into separate pieces and displayed on different desktops for our Cattle Call Rodeo week.
November 19, 2009
I really liked the barb wire - have gotten a lot of comments on how real it looks. I'm very pleased with it!
October 9, 2009
Short and not what it looks like on the web. It is NOT silver, but a little white and grey.
September 20, 2009
The girls at camp loved this decoration. The 'barbs' would look more real if they were a bit shorter, but no one cared. One strand is not enough for anything. You will be glad if you buy 2 packs.
June 23, 2009
Not very realistic looking
I doubt that whoever dreamed this one up has ever seen a barbed wire fence. This stuff is OK when viewed from a couple of yards away, but doesn't pass muster up close. The nylon cord doesn't look like wire and the barbs are too long in my opinion, so I will trim them shorter and it will have to do. I have some rusty barbed wire garland from a local party store that I like much better. Oriental Trading also sells a rusty barbed wire cord. You might want to consider that rather than this one.
March 31, 2009
It looks so real!
January 26, 2009