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How do I order?
If you are local, please contact me and schedule a time to deliver your flowers.  


How many flowers does it take to make a piece of jewelry?

Please read item description to find out how many petals is needed

Do the flowers have to be fresh?
No.  I can use flowers that have been dried for years.  They do need to be dried.  I have microwave instructions below. DO NOT MAIL FRESH PETALS. I have drying instructions.

Is your jewelry Sterling Silver?
I have silver and gold plated, stainless steel and sterling items.

What is the turn around time?
That usually depends on how busy I am.  If I am caught up with my orders and I have everything in stock, you can usually expect 2 to 3 weeks from the time I receive your petals. This is not always the case but I do try to keep all items in stock and we usually do stay caught up.


How do I send the flowers?

Please DO NOT send fresh flowers.  They can mold and mildew in the mail. Also please DO NOT put them in the refrigerator or freezer before trying to dry them.  To dry your flowers in the microwave take the petals off one bud and scatter them onto a napkin. Heat them 30 to 45 seconds 4 to 5 different times. Do not over heat them, they can burn.  They will shrink, so don't get alarmed.  You will also see a link in the item description that will take you to a form for you to fill out to send with your petals.


Will they be the exact color as my flower?

While I try my best to get the desired color, this is not always possible.  I am working with natural products and there is no exact recipe for making these flower stones.  Results may vary in size and color. They normally turn out the dried color.

Are they safe for Children
Please know that most items contain small parts.  I would not recommend them for small children.



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