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Everything you need to know about sola wood flowers

January 05, 2019 322 Comments

Sola wood flowers (or shola) are an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to cut flowers. Made from the renewable wood of a marshy plant (not tapioca or cassava as commonly misunderstood), sola wood flowers look like real flowers and last a lifetime.

Sola flowers are easy to dye and are popular for bridal bouquets, DIY crafts and interior decoration. We’ve put together your complete guide to sola, answering commonly-asked questions and sharing our best tips! We’re here to help your floral dreams come true!

What are sola wood flowers made from?

Sola (or ‘shola’) wood flowers are made from a plant called Aeschynomene aspera (rolls off the tongue, right? No wonder they’re simply called ‘sola’!).  It’s a plant that grows wild in marsh areas. Because it grows quickly, it is a renewable resource and one of the lightest known woods. If you’ve ever touched balsa wood before, it’s a very similar feeling.


The plant has a layer of bark that covers the internal, cork-like center of the plant (called the ‘cream’). In most flowers, the bark is stripped and the center is made into thin sheets. It is these sheets that are hand-cut to make sola wood flowers.


Sometimes, the bark is left on before the creation of sheets, creating a unique two-tone effect on the flower. These are called ‘bark’ or ‘skin flowers’.


How are sola flowers made? 

We’ve already told you about where the wood comes from, but how are the flowers actually created? Every single sola flower is created by hand and no machines are used. Every flower is composed of petals that are hand-cut from the delicate sola wooden sheets, and then composed to create gorgeous, realistic flowers. It’s an artisanal process that can’t be mechanized.


Our Luxe line of sola flowers is individually hand-crafted in small batches by skilled artisans. Using sola wood from Thailand, which can be shaped differently than the sola wood from India, this collection delivers an elevated level of craftsmanship over and above our already top-quality regular line.

What do I need to know to select the perfect sola wood flowers?

Even though all sola wood flowers are made by hand, there are differences in terms of quality. When shopping for high-quality wood flowers, you want to ensure that the flowers are made from whole sheets and that the final flowers do not have any flaws. Flowers with visible flaws are less expensive (produced by the desire to maximize the entire thin sheet, which is time-consuming to produce), but result in a less-desirable finished product.


Sola wood flowers are available in over 150 flower styles, so pretty much any bouquet idea you could create with cut flowers can be replicated with sola! You’ll want to read our post on selecting the ideal number of flowers for your bridal bouquet, and then from there, we recommend collecting inspiration photos and noting the mix of sizes and textures. Sola wood flowers can easily be dyed any shade (more info on that, below!), so all you need to do is select the individual flowers that best match your inspiration image. 


If you’d like a little help, our sola wood flower assortments are designed to be a beautiful blend of shapes, sizes and textures.

I’d love the best sola wood diy project recommendations! 

We’ve got you covered! The amazing thing is that if you can hot glue a flower onto it or stick a stemmed flower into it… you can do it with sola wood flowers. We love them so much because they are such a versatile medium (and you don’t have to worry about watering or wilting like you do with cut flowers).


While the list would be a truly long one, these are some of our favorite projects with sola wood flowers:

o   Wedding bouquets

o   floral arrangements of all sorts

o   wreaths

o   wall decor

o   baby mobile

o   floral crowns

o   jewelry

o   holiday ornaments


Can’t wait to get started on your next project? We’ve gathered our 5 most popular sola wood flower tutorials right here for you:

Want even more inspiration? You’ll want to check out our tutorials for inspiration as well as our facebook page, where we post craft projects twice a week. Also, check out our sola wood flower project video library!

How do you shape sola wood flowers?

Sola wood flowers can become squished in the box from shipping (you would be too if you were stuck in a box!). Fortunately, shaping wood flowers is easy to do.

 

Wood flowers are easily shaped by using a bit of room temperature water. Simply place the flower into a bowl of water, tap off the extra water and then use your fingers to gently shape the petals. Here is a quick video we’ve made that shows you this method: 

Just so you know, we would never ship out a flower that is this squished! But we wanted to show you that they really are quite shape-able.

You can also use a spray bottle of water to moisten the flower for the same effect. 

Finally, you can also shape flowers using a steamer, which is super-fun (but not necessary if you don’t want to invest in a steamer). Obviously, don’t allow your hand to get burned by the steam… it’s hot! 

Do sola wood flowers look like real flowers?

Depending on how the flowers are dyed, sola wood flowers can look very realistic. Don’t believe it? Have a look at this gorgeous bouquet:

 

But unlike real, cut flowers, sola wooden flowers don’t begin drooping the minute they’re arranged. Your bouquet will remain just as beautiful as the day it was created. With sola wood flowers, you don’t need to worry about timing at all. With cut flowers, time is of the essence, adding stress to already-busy days like weddings and parties. With wood flowers, you can create your arrangements well in advance and rest assured that the arrangement will still look stunning.

 

Sola wood flowers have a superior look to silk flowers, and have the bonus of being made from a natural material.

 

Did we mention that you’ll want to dye your flowers for a realistic look? That brings us to...

How do you dye sola wood flowers?

There are a number of ways to dye your sola wood flowers, including: 

  • Dipping your flower into watered-down acrylic craft paint (we’ll show you how!)
  • Spray painting (use a light touch!)
  • Painting the flowers with watercolor
  • Applying paint with a brush
  • Dip-dyeing your flowers with fabric dye or… wait for it, wine. Yup.

 

The three basic methods are using a brush to paint the dye on, spraying the dye/paint on (such as with a spray paint can or airbrush) or dipping the flower in a container filled with the liquid dye (or wine. You probably don’t want to drink it afterwards, but we won’t judge.) Have fun and get creative!

 

The simplest way to dye sola wood flowers is to use watered-down acrylic craft paint. Craft paint is affordable, comes in tons of colors and is easy to find at any craft store or even general supply store. Check out our step-by-step tutorial for how to dye sola wood flowers with acrylic paint. You can also use latex paint (with a 1:1 paint to water ratio) for the same effect.

 

Ready for the next level? You’ll love these 8 advanced techniques for dyeing sola wood flowers.

 

How do you reshape sola wood petals that have uncurled after dyeing?

Most sola wood flowers will retain their shape after dyeing. However, the rosa and blanche particularly, are prone to uncurling. The techniques for reshaping these flowers is either to dry them in a particular way or to recurl the wood flowers. Here is a youtube tutorial we did showing a few other dyeing techniques including those flowers that can be a bit tricky! 

 

How do you stem sola wood flowers?

If you’d like to do a project that requires the flowers to be on a stem (such as creating a flower arrangement or bouquet), then you’ll need to add a stem. But fret not, this is SUPER easy to do!

 

To add a stem to your sola flower, simply cut a piece of wire (that you’d like to use as a stem), poke a hole in the base of the flower, remove the wire and add a dab of hot glue, and then re-insert the wire into the hole you created. Easy-peasy.

 

Want to see that in action (plus a few more tips)? Here is a video tutorial: 

As a side note, we typically stem my flowers as the last step before starting the arrangements. So, get your shaping and dyeing done before you do the stemming step! 

 

How many sola wood flowers does it take to make a bridal bouquet?

Sola wood flowers are an eco-friendly choice for bouquets for the modern bride. Brides (and their guests!) are often surprised by how realistic quality sola flowers look… they can be difficult to tell apart from cut flowers! But sola wood flowers have a number of advantages over cut flowers:

  • Whereas cut flowers have a limited lifespan that requires that the bouquet arranging be done just days before the wedding, sola wood flowers have no such expiration date. This means that you can arrange your bridal bouquet (as well as your bridesmaids bouquets, wedding florals, mother-of-the-bride corsage, flower girl basket…) weeks or even months in advance, reducing the stress and to-do list in the time leading up to your wedding.
  • And since sola wood flowers remain beautiful for months (even years!), your bridal bouquet will forever remain just as gorgeous as the day you walked down the aisle. This eliminates the need to pay for a pricey bouquet preservation service.
  • Sola wood flowers are an affordable alternative to cut flowers, especially considering that many bridal bouquets contain flowers that need to be flown in from all over the world to catch the perfect point in the growing season. Sola wood flowers come in over 150 varieties of flowers, so you can find exactly what you need for your perfect bouquet.
  • Wood flower bouquets are an eco-friendly way to create your dream bridal bouquet. Sola wood flowers are created from a renewable resource without the use of harsh chemicals and intense shipping distribution requirements of cut flowers.
  • Sola wood flowers can be dyed to perfectly match your bridal colors… which can be tricky to accomplish with cut flowers!

 

Now that you’ve chosen sola wood flowers to make your wedding dreams come true, let’s get started making your bouquet! You’ll want to head on over to our blog post how many flowers do you need for a bouquet for the full details!

 

In addition to purchasing the number of flowers recommended for your bouquet, we recommend buying a few extra flowers to allow you to experiment with your dyeing and find the perfect color for your special day! This allows you to play around with your technique and exact color without needing to use these sample flowers for the bouquet.

What basic tools do I  need to make a sola wood flower arrangement?

Craft Paint 

As we mentioned above, craft paint is an easy and affordable way to dye your sola wood flowers. One bottle (which isn’t expensive!) will dye A LOT of flowers. Really.

 

Clippers

To cut the floral wire for your stems, you’ll want a pair of clippers. Here is the link to the ones I use.  

 

Floral Wire

In order to add stems to your sola flowers, you’ll want floral wire. The higher the gauge number, the more flexible the wire is. We typically use an 18 gauge floral stem wire for vase arrangements as well as bouquets, but we recommend playing with a few different gauges and find your favorite. 

 

Floral Foam

Floral foam is great for holding the wires (stems) in place for vase arrangements and it’s easy to find at any craft store. To cover your floral foam, you can use things like paper, moss, or not cover it all depending on the arrangement!  

 

Some folks suggest using crack filler foam (like, for house insulation), and although it’s cheaper, there are pitfalls. First, you’ll want to make sure to fill your containers only half full because it will expand A LOT. Second, once you open a can, you need to use it right away, so it’s best if you have a ton of vases to fill. The nozzle tends to be really difficult to clean for multiple applications. Third, this stuff is pretty hard to get out of the vase once it dries. So, there’s that. But sola wood flowers last forever, so that might not be a worry for you! 

 

Hot Glue Gun

You will use the hot glue gun for stemming the flowers as well as using it to glue the flowers onto all sorts of home decor projects you come up with! We use a power Ryobi hot glue gun (really, we love this guy so much, we’ve named him Vikram), but we’re professionals and you might not have that much glueing to do in your life! Any low or high temp glue gun will work just fine for your sola wood crafting projects. High temp glue tends to be more durable than low temp glue, and we haven’t had any of our glue loosen over our many years of hot glueing. 

 

Silicone mat

Now this supply isn't 100% necessary but, it is one of the handiest tools while hot gluing flowers and other various projects.  The silicone mat is great at catching the hot glue. Once completely cooled off you can peel the glue right off the mat and throw it away easy-peasy no mess!  

 

Floral Tape 

We use this as a way to hold stems together while making a hand-tied bouquet. We also often use zip-ties or floral vinyl tape as great methods for holding stems together!


Ready to take your skills to the next level? Look out for Advanced tools for Crafting with Sola Wood Flowers blog coming soon! 





100 Responses

Kacee
Kacee

October 19, 2020

Thank you for all the helpful tips and tricks!! And especially the list of tools to use!

Dani Haberman
Dani Haberman

October 19, 2020

Thank you for all of the tutorials and tricks! My wedding flowers are going to be great because of them!

Becky Flinders
Becky Flinders

October 19, 2020

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Dawné Loggins
Dawné Loggins

October 19, 2020

The flowers are so cool. I was introduced to them by a friend of mine and I had such a great time dyeing and arranging the flowers for her centerpieces and bouquets!!!!

Courtney Jarman
Courtney Jarman

October 19, 2020

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Sherlyn
Sherlyn

October 19, 2020

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Clare Burke

October 19, 2020

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Danielle Lucad

October 19, 2020

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Dawn Flower

October 19, 2020

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Kayla Mascaro

October 19, 2020

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Karon

October 19, 2020

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Kathy
Kathy

October 19, 2020

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Carina
Carina

October 19, 2020

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Kelly Robson
Kelly Robson

October 19, 2020

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Lexy Scott
Lexy Scott

October 19, 2020

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Jennifer Peterson
Jennifer Peterson

October 19, 2020

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Crystal L Meerdo
Crystal L Meerdo

October 19, 2020

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Kelly
Kelly

October 19, 2020

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Tara Zaremski
Tara Zaremski

October 19, 2020

I’m a beginner but my wedding flowers turned out amazing. I’m going to repurpose them into a wreath! I can’t wait to make gifts for family for Christmas

Elizabeth V.
Elizabeth V.

October 19, 2020

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Carie Lara

October 19, 2020

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Pamela Ratcliff (Islas)
Pamela Ratcliff (Islas)

October 19, 2020

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Sarah G
Sarah G

October 19, 2020

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Sarah G
Sarah G

October 19, 2020

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Rebeka Morse

October 19, 2020

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Rene Ward

October 19, 2020

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Stephanie Jagielo

October 19, 2020

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Meghan Breitenbucher

October 19, 2020

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Lourdes
Lourdes

October 19, 2020

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Jennifer Grokowsky
Jennifer Grokowsky

October 19, 2020

This article is so helpful! I love that Sola flowers are an eco-friendly way to have beautiful florals at your wedding – exactly why my fiance and I chose them!!

Danielle J Murphy
Danielle J Murphy

October 19, 2020

I’m excited to have found you and to start working with Sola wood flowers!

Mary Brisita
Mary Brisita

October 19, 2020

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Casey Buechner
Casey Buechner

October 19, 2020

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Tania Brisson
Tania Brisson

October 19, 2020

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Sofiya

October 19, 2020

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Delani Huntoon

October 19, 2020

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Jonee

October 19, 2020

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Carrie

October 19, 2020

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Brandy cooney

October 23, 2020

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Sharee Lewis

October 19, 2020

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Extra helpful information is always available between the live tutorials,news letter and the the group page💕

Amanda Ornelas
Amanda Ornelas

October 19, 2020

Such a great resource for all things sola! These flowers are very versatile to work with, and Stefanie’s tutorials are so easy to follow.

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Brandy cooney

October 19, 2020

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Rosanna Makino

October 19, 2020

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Katt Ritchie

October 19, 2020

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Courtney
Courtney

October 19, 2020

So helpful for making my wedding bouquets!

Kristie
Kristie

October 19, 2020

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Kelsi
Kelsi

October 19, 2020

These are some really great tips! I’m so glad you have a video with tips for curled petals that have uncurled. Definitely going to have to practice while watching that video!

Kathy Glasheen
Kathy Glasheen

October 19, 2020

You always share such helpful information and fun ideas. I live to see your posts!

Katie H
Katie H

October 19, 2020

Great tips!

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Dianna Knudson

October 19, 2020

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Dianna Knudson
Dianna Knudson

October 19, 2020

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Amanda Hall
Amanda Hall

October 19, 2020

Thank you so much for all the great tips and tricks!

CASEY LEVINE
CASEY LEVINE

October 19, 2020

I’ve really enjoyed crafting along with you!

Samantha Jones Saputo
Samantha Jones Saputo

October 19, 2020

Everyone should use sola flowers! I’m going to start educating my brides on them!

Rosanna Makino
Rosanna Makino

October 19, 2020

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Kelly Acree
Kelly Acree

October 19, 2020

I love upcycling and repurposed goods and adding sola flowers to virtually anything makes it better! Finding an unusual container or object to fill with sola flowers gives me such joy! I’m always on the hunt!

Leah Johnson
Leah Johnson

October 19, 2020

Thank you! This covers so much!

Connie Owens Neville
Connie Owens Neville

October 19, 2020

So much great information. Thank you so much!

Lori Cox
Lori Cox

October 19, 2020

Thank you for breaking everything down & making it super easy to get started!

Dora Slyder
Dora Slyder

October 19, 2020

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Kym A
Kym A

October 19, 2020

Just love watching tour videos and learning about Sola wood flowers !

Stephany Hausmann
Stephany Hausmann

October 19, 2020

Thanks for all the helpful info!

Savannah
Savannah

October 19, 2020

Love all your tips and tricks it makes working with these unique flowers so easy. I feel it’s easier to use wooden flowers then fresh!

Shannon Marie Rogers
Shannon Marie Rogers

October 19, 2020

I’ve been learning to use sola wood flowers for me wedding next year, and OYL has been invaluable! This article in particular actually helped me jumpstart and begin the proxess

Angelica Bernardo
Angelica Bernardo

October 19, 2020

Experimenting with dyeing techniques is definitely a must!

Karis Conner
Karis Conner

October 19, 2020

I love all the helpful tips you have for creating beautiful floral arrangements! I am a bride and looking to DIY a lot of my decorations and your tutorials are a lifesaver!

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Jally Gross

October 19, 2020

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Alijia-Jean Bailey
Alijia-Jean Bailey

October 19, 2020

Thank you for making getting started as easy as possible! It’s overwhelming when there are so many steps/different aspects to doing this and you’ve put everything you need to know right in one article, rather than a different one for each step! So appreciated and LOVE following you!

Jacqueline Ulrey
Jacqueline Ulrey

October 19, 2020

Saving this blog post! I have so many things I want to try! Thank you!

Lori
Lori

October 19, 2020

Love these flowers!! 💐

Katie Gander
Katie Gander

October 19, 2020

Wow I love these flowers & can’t wait to get started! So much helpful info!

Alysha eckert
Alysha eckert

October 19, 2020

So much good info! Thank you

Rochelle Myers
Rochelle Myers

October 19, 2020

I am just getting started with Sola flowers but I have been so impressed with all the knowledge you share to help make everyone successful!

Amanda Martin
Amanda Martin

October 19, 2020

Thank you! All your tips are so helpful!

Teri Anderson
Teri Anderson

October 19, 2020

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Chelcy Parkhurst
Chelcy Parkhurst

October 19, 2020

This blog has helped me so much!

Amy
Amy

October 23, 2020

Sola flowers are really the best. They are so versatile and I love everything you can do with them!

Sandra Brown
Sandra Brown

July 07, 2019

I love these flowers. Have some rolls coming thought there would be a lot of tutorials on how to fold and cut different flowers .could u lead me to a good site to watch so I can learn the basics? Hope I find some to get my creative side going.? Thank you

LINDA
LINDA

June 26, 2019

Where do you recommend or do you have resources for buying the actual wood for DIY Crafters?

Pattie Hurd
Pattie Hurd

February 28, 2019

Thanks for the great information!

Jen Morse
Jen Morse

February 28, 2019

These are amazing, and I am SO excited for my order to arrive to start working on DIY florals for my wedding. Thank you for all the info, it is super helpful : )

Tammy
Tammy

February 28, 2019

Love Love Love Sola flowers and working on arrangements!!!!

Monica Kirkham
Monica Kirkham

February 28, 2019

These are amazing!

Sam
Sam

February 28, 2019

Absolutely Love Sola! Cant wait to try and dye flowers! So helpful!

Heather Murphy
Heather Murphy

February 28, 2019

Beautiful flowers that last forever. They can be dyed to match any color and easy to arrange. Love them and have been hooked since my first heart board

Rachel
Rachel

February 28, 2019

Thank you so much for all the info you share!!!

Lacey Lake
Lacey Lake

February 28, 2019

I loved watching the video on dying the wood flowers. I was surprised at how easy it was because crafts never seem to work out the first time for me. 🤣🤣 These are going to be wonderful for a couple baby showers that are coming up.

Courtney
Courtney

February 28, 2019

I love this company!! They are the best around! Amazing flowers and amazing customer service!

Ielise
Ielise

February 28, 2019

That’s a LOT of helpful info. High five.

Cassandra Blake
Cassandra Blake

February 28, 2019

Thanks! Been looking for an article that gave how many on average go in bouquets! :)

Mary Gardner
Mary Gardner

February 28, 2019

Those are really beautiful and it is amazing they are made from wood.

Lauraleigh
Lauraleigh

February 26, 2019

These look really cool, gonna consider for my sister’s farmhouse wedding next year, we are DIYing a lot, these would be a nice touch :)

Nancy Miller
Nancy Miller

February 25, 2019

I can’t wait to try coloring and arranging these for my daughter’s wedding!

Deb Huber
Deb Huber

February 25, 2019

Great information! I am excited to try working with the sola flowers!

Jean T
Jean T

February 26, 2019

I love leaving sola flowers in their raw or natural state. The flowers from Oh You’re Lovely are beautiful so it’s easy to use them this way!

Anna Pry
Anna Pry

February 26, 2019

i love how real they look

Robyn Bellefleur
Robyn Bellefleur

February 26, 2019

Wow, just lovely flowers. I am just starting to really get into crafting my own so this is really great info.

Kimberly Mann
Kimberly Mann

February 26, 2019

Love these girls sooo much. their sola flowers are amazing, and I love the tutorials

Rebecca
Rebecca

February 26, 2019

Love this post, very informative. My daughter is thinking about using these for her wedding next year!

Miranda
Miranda

February 26, 2019

These flowers are gorgeous and these tutorials are wonderful help

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