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Flowers Frozen in Time Inside Handmade Resin Bracelets        

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There are plenty of nature motifs in jewelry and fashion, but there’s something special about having actual pieces of bark and moss or dried flowers in your accessories. Sarah Smith, the Oregon-based artist behind Modern Flower Child, creates hand-made resin bracelets, bangles and earrings by forever preserving real feathers, flowers, seashells and other beautiful bits and pieces of nature in hard, crystal-clear resin.

She writes that it can take her 2-3 weeks to complete a single piece – “from design, to pouring resin, curing, to shaping the piece.“ Fortunately, she does take custom orders, and can create bracelets or bangles from plants or other decorative elements sent in by clients as well.

To see more of her work, check out her website and Etsy shop!

Via​: boredpanda

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E.V. Day (b. 1967, New York, NY, USA) - 1: Pearl, 2005  Rubber Coyote Tongue, Fresh Water Pearl and Resin  2: Untitled, 2005  Abalone, Raccoon Jaw and Tongue with Mother Of Pearl and Resin  3: Untitled, 2005  Clam Shell, Fox Tongue, Fresh Water Pearl and Resin  4: Untitled, 2005  Abalone, Coyote Tongue, Black Mother Of Pearl and Resin  5: Wet Spot, 2003  Rubber Panting Coyote Tongue and Resin