Flower Processing

Once I receive your flowers, I begin processing them. The bouquet is gently taken a part, flowers are cut and greenery is separated. Typically, I only keep the amount of flowers needed to complete your order.

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Drying

After the flowers are processed, I then place them into airtight containers with silica gel. I use silica gel to dry all fresh flowers. This allows the flowers to keep more of their natural colors and shapes. Please note darker flowers such as red/maroon flowers tend to dry a lot darker.

Design

Your flowers will be carefully removed from the silica gel and the design process will begin. I will design a layout and they will be sent to you, to review. 

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Time to Pour

You have approved the layout! Now the pouring begins. Yes, POURING. Resin is poured in layers, with each layer being anywhere from 1/4" to 1/2". Each layer poured = one day. Some blocks may take a week, others may take two. You will be able to see each layer once your block is delivered.