1.5" Freya (10 pack)
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The lovely Freya boasts of ruffled petals that look amazing when dyed or hand painted to show depth. These sola wood flowers are a classic and widely used among wood flower crafters and DIY brides. The flower is very soft and you can easily add a bamboo or wire stem to the back of the flower for easy arranging.
Sold in a pack of 10.
Mint chocolate chip
Grey goat blue
Sola wood flowers are a popular eco-friendly flowers made of wood that are great for crafting, weddings, gifts & more!
Our raw sola wood flowers are made entirely by hand and ship quickly from Ogden, Utah.
If you're new to sola, we recommend checking out our detailed sola wood crafting tutorials.
Many beginners start their crafting journey with us by using our sola wood craft kits.
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Very pretty flower.
I was very impressed with my first order. I just ordered something small to see the quality of the items. I will definitely be ordering again. I am brand new to Sola Wood and am excited to start working with my flowers!!!
Hi, I just love all of the products that I have purchased from Sola! I did get a couple of bags of flowers that were kind of squished, and they got back to me right away, with the craziness of things that are going on now, I have not taken pictures yet! I do wish that there were more choices of flowers, they all kind of look the same! I did see online that some people had these huge beautiful Lillies, I would love to try some different flowers! I don’t think I realized for a long time that you could buy the flowers dyed already, I wish I knew that sooner cause they are beautiful when they come already dyed! (And less mess) I wish there were more choices of fillers and greens, but I can buy them elsewhere. To sum it up, I just love them, and I can’t wait till everyone will see them coming down the aisle, they are going to love them, not more than my daughter, but after that! Thank you, Karen Driscoll