Yes. However, in the run-up to busy periods (Christmas especially), I only have limited availability. Please use the contact page or DM on Instagram if you have questions.
Yes, some are homegrown in my garden. Others are sourced locally.
All pressed flowers will fade eventually over a period. But there are things that you can do to prolong this and ensure they’re vibrant for many years. Please read the aftercare info below.
Subscribers will receive emails with info regarding shop updates and I’ll always post on socials giving updates too.
Yes, all stained glass is made with materials that contain lead, apart from jewellery and keyrings as they’re going to be handled. For those items we use lead free solder.
However, the risk is minimal and it’s only harmful if ingested. No eating it no matter how nice it looks! I always recommend that you wash your hands after handling as a precaution and keep your piece away from children.
Yes, I can do both.
Yes, I offer gift cards. Please see the shop for more info.
Please do NOT hang your piece using suction cups. They are unreliable and often fail. I recommend using a nail or cup hooks to properly support the weight of your piece.
Your stained glass piece is thoroughly cleaned and waxed prior to being sent to you. Please see the following for tips on how to maintain your piece:
– I recommend a soft, dry cloth to dust your item occasionally. This will also help to remove any smudges from the glass.
– Do not submerge your pressed floral pieces.
-Keep any pressed floral pieces out of direct sunlight to prolong the fading.
– All soldered edges can (& may) oxidise over time. If this happens it’s nothing to worry about, you can use a wax polish and buff the edges.
– All pieces (apart from jewellery) contain lead. Please minimise handling, wash hands afterwards and keep away from pets & children.