Crafting Beauty: A Guide to Making Stunning Real Flower Jewelry

Nature's beauty is unparalleled, and what better way to celebrate it than by turning delicate flowers into wearable art? Real flower jewelry captures the ephemeral essence of blooms, allowing you to enjoy their charm long after they've faded from the garden. In this guide, we'll delve into the art of crafting exquisite jewelry using flowers like roses, hydrangeas, orchids, cherry blossoms, and more. Get ready to transform nature's wonders into stunning, personalized accessories.

Handmade Real Flower Jewelry Process

Materials You'll Need

Fresh Flowers: Choose flowers with sturdy petals that retain their color and shape even after drying. Roses, hydrangeas, orchids, and cherry blossoms are ideal choices. You can always purchase dried flower online directly to save the drying process.

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Silica Gel: This desiccant helps preserve the flowers by absorbing moisture. This process usually takes 1-2 days. Gently remove excess leaves and trim the stems of your chosen flowers. Place the flowers face-up in a container, ensuring they are not overcrowded. Seal the container and let it sit undisturbed for 1-2 days.

The Products We Use To Dry Flowers

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Resin: To encapsulate and protect the dried flowers while creating a clear, glossy finish. Use a small brush to apply the UV resin gel to the dried flowers carefully. Use a UV light to expedite the drying process. 

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Jewelry Bezels/Molds: These will be used to shape the resin and flowers into jewelry pieces. Jewelry Findings: Including earring hooks, necklace chains, jump rings, and clasps.

The Other Tools You Need:
Tweezers: For handling delicate dried flowers.
Toothpicks or Stirring Sticks: To manipulate the flowers and resin.
Protective Gear: Gloves, a mask, and eye protection when working with resin.
Adhesive: A strong adhesive to attach flowers to the bezels if needed.
Glaze or Sealant: Optional, for added protection and shine.


There are millions of potentials to turn any flowers into a dried flower. Patience is the essential factor here. Don't hesitate to experiment with new flowers. Give it a few tries, and soon you'll find yourself capable of transforming any type of flower into stunning jewelry pieces.

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