If your yard is like mine, the tulips are blooming, the daffodils are open and yes … there is pollen everywhere! But blow off that yellow coating and check out the vibrant colors of the beautiful spring flowers. They are absolutely some of my favorite flowers, and they make gorgeous jewelry.
That’s right, there is no need to go buy flowers to make a timeless keepsake, many lovely colors are right outside your front door. The bright yellows, reds, and purples transform into incredible pieces of jewelry. All you have to do is clip the flowers from the yard and leave the rest to us. Any of these spring flowers would look so great on our new cuffs and would make a perfect Mother’s Day gift for Mom!
Yes, only six more weeks to Mother’s Day, but with a bit of work on your part, we can create her a piece from spring flower that she will treasure for a lifetime! To learn more simply contact us today at 404-644-8672 or visit http://www.fleurenasci.com.
I love reading news on the internet, especially when I find a mention about Fleurenasci. Well imagine my surprise when I found a mention about us in a blog from a Kentucky blogger! Yes! Apparently he and his wife had been visiting the beautiful and historic Marietta Square and happened upon my jewelry at the Art Walk. Here is the author’s quote:
“My wife really liked Fleurenasci. They use flowers to make beads. Their stuff looked great, and it was very unique.”
Thanks Jim! I love when new people learn about our concept. To read his entre blog click here.
If you’d like to share your thoughts on our unique keepsakes, please post on our Facebook page so we can share with others who are learning about Fleurenasci!.
The end of summer is upon us. Vacations have been taken. The kids are heading back to school. As you work to organize your photos and memorabilia into photo albums might we suggest another way to remember those carefree summer days, the afternoons spent at Grandma’s house, family gatherings, or time spent taking in the wonders of mother nature…
Why not hold onto those memories through flowers? That’s right you can revisit those cherished moments everyday with jewelry and keepsake items created using your preserved flowers. At Fleurenasci, we take Grandma’s prize roses or Mom’s favorite flower and preserve them, crush them, and hand-roll them into beads. Those beads are then incorporated into jewelry and keepsake items allowing you to celebrate your loved ones everyday!
Not ready to think about Christmas gifts just yet. No worries! You can bring us your flowers now while they are vibrant and blooming. We are happy to preserve and store them for you for up to six months. The small non-refundable deposit will be applied toward your future creations.
New summer items! Come on out to the Marietta Art Walk, Friday, July 3rd and check out our new summer items! We’ll have many in stock for purchase and coming soon to the website! Can’t wait to see you there!!
While researching new and different flowers I came across this excellent article about the Best Flowers for each month of spring. What a great find and an awesome reminder that we should take a moment to enjoy the beauty we can find each month in the flowers around us.
As we enter the month of May, pay close attention to such flowers as the Peony, Lilac and Garden Roses. In June Dahlias will also join the list. The article even suggested some beautiful pairings for a spectacular bouquet in your home. Why not try the following:
• Daffodils and Daisies, Iris in shades of yellow-white blue
• Lilac and Ranunculus in shades of lavender and blush
• Vibernum and Calla Lilly in shades of white, yellow and green
• Sweet Peas and Hyacinth and Lisianthus in shades of bright pinks
To the authors of this post I want to say thank you for this monthly guide, and I hope it inspires others to discover flowers, and to see, enjoy and celebrate the beauty around us. Flowers are a wonderful gift to receive, but isn’t it refreshing to just enjoy them because they are there … right outside our window? Enjoy spring and enjoy the beauty around you!
Did you go out this weekend and purchase a Shamrock plant to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow? If so, you are not alone, we might even have one or two here at Fleurenasci. The little green plant has been on sale everywhere, but how does one take care of a Shamrock?
Here is some great information we found when learning more about the Shamrock:
“Shamrocks grow and bloom best in full sun, but they will tolerate partial shade. In hot summer regions they will need protection from the afternoon sun.They should only be planted in very well-drained soil. Water regularly and thoroughly while actively growing, but Shamrocks prefer to be kept on the dry side during winter while they are dormant. In areas with wet winters they should be grown in raised planting beds or under the eaves of the house.”
If you are growing your plant indoors, it will grow best when it is grown in bright light but not direct sun. The plant enjoys relatively cool temperatures and plenty of fresh air. “Keep the soil evenly moist when your Shamrocks are actively growing, but allow them to slowly dry out and go into dormancy when they begin to lose vigor.”
Whether keeping your plant indoors or outdoors, enjoy your Shamrock and have a great St. Patrick’s Day!
As I read the article, 4 Things Death Teaches Us About Life, my mind drifted toward gratitude. It’s been my experience that remembering to be grateful takes patience and practice. Two really cool things I’ve discovered about being grateful is that it’s never too late to begin and should you stumble … it’s okay, simply start again. And as cliché as it sounds, there honestly is always something to be grateful for in life!
In my business, quite often I find myself gently listening as the celebration of life flowers are being left to my care. Gently listening to the exposed emotions as the memories flow. Memories of happy moments spent together. As I listen, I am reminded to be grateful for each day, grateful for memories past, and grateful for memories yet to be made.
As you are making resolutions for the New Year, I hope you look toward and find peace and gratitude. It’s never too late…