Woodpecker Tree Decoration
Nice Change from Tree Face
We liked the woodpecker tree ornament. It was a little test trying to get the wings to look right on the tree but we made it work. Overall the colors are bright and it is a comical face to look at.
April 9, 2014
Put on tree in back yard. Looks great.
Will buy another one for other tree.
April 2, 2014
left me confused
Hanging the head and tail was simple, they had a hole to hanf from a nail. When it came to the wings nothing I did could make them look right, they had a barbed bracket used for hanging pictures. I'm not sure why the wings were different. I had to drill a hole to get them hanging properly.
March 31, 2014
poor product design
the head & tail had a slotted opening that attached by a screw, the wings had a jagged edged attachment more commonly found on picture frames. It did not look like it would be secure enough for an out door setting. If the wings had the same slotted opening as the head & tail I would have been content with purchase.
January 20, 2014
Cutest Woodpecker Ever
This is the cutest woodpecker, looks just like the one from the cartoons. I havn't put him on the tree yet, but don't think those spikes are going to do the job. I think my husband is going to drill holes in the tree first. But all in all, it will be adorable when it's up.
November 18, 2011
Cute, hesitated to order as a previous review questioned the strength of the prongs that go in the tree... i agree that I had to drill holes, but the prongs are strong, not flimzy but they can not be pounded in thr tree, they need a little help from a drill...
March 29, 2010
This will look real funny on the tree that borders my driveway.
July 21, 2009
I was surprised to find this tree decoration was supposed to be placed on the tree with each of the four pieces' built-in spikes rather than afixed loops or holes like most tree faces. Each piece had two spikes, but none were parallel with each other being bent at some angle from the factory. We ended up trying to bend them straight and parallel with the other. Placing them on the tree, we had to use a drill to make the holes because we couldn't hit the pieces like a nail. Only one piece gave us a hard time in that being a tight fit the spike came out of the piece. That time we redrilled and wiggled it back on. Still overall one should enjoy looking at this woodpecker for years to come from a distance because if you look close, one might still see the gap between the pieces & tree seeing the spikes.
June 23, 2009