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Artificial red Holly berries. Deep red 3/8ths inch diameter berry on a wire stem with a berry on either end. 4.5 inches long overall. Pack contains 100 berries (50 wires with a berry on either end). Suitable for indoor use in Christmas wreaths and garlands, as tree ornaments or for adding to other seasonal and festive arrangements and decoration. Not recommended for use outside as frost will eventually split the berries. Great value and perfect for a wide variety of other craft and decoration uses. Actual colour may vary a little from the photo depending on your monitor settings.

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