PaperFlowersbySarah

Paper Flowers by Sarah

Worcester, Massachusetts 8 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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PaperFlowersbySarah

Paper Flowers by Sarah

Worcester, Massachusetts | 8 Sales

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Last updated on February 13, 2012
Paper Flowers by, me, Sarah, is a shop where you'll find quality paper jewelry that is both very light-weight, durable and water resistant all at the same time as adding an elegant pizazz to any outfit!

I am a full-time graphic designer by day (and some moonlighting) and a paper flower maker in my free time. When I am not making the fun-for-your-ears, I love spending time with my wonderful husband Jesse and our cute and hyper bunny rabbit Piper or doing pretty much anything creative.

Visit my other Etsy shop: http://www.dropsofglass1.etsy.com

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Returns and exchanges
* If, and only if, the item(s) is damaged upon receipt, you may return the item within 3 days of receipt. Shipping not included. Any other reasons will not be accepted for sanitation purposes.
* Paper Flowers by Sarah must be contacted (paperflowersbysarah(at)gmail.com.com) first before item(s) is sent. Item(s) must be visibly damaged from shipping with all packaging, paperwork and copy of receipt. Full refund will be given after item passes inspection.
Payment
* I accept Paypal only
* You may pay with a credit card through Paypal
* Payment must be made within 5 days after purchase
* For orders in Massachusetts - a 6.25% sales tax will be applied
Shipping
* Ships within one week after receipt of payment
* Ships via USPS
* Will ship worldwide
* I will package your paper flowers the best I can to ensure safe arrival however.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom orders welcome! Just send me a convo.

--- MAKING THE PAPER FLOWERS ---
I am an extremely color-loving type of person and get my inspiration from almost anywhere or anything. This is were I begin the creation of the paper flower earrings. I choose a color scheme of up to four colors of paper.

After the color scheme has been chosen, I fringe the pieces of paper, roll and glue them, flair out the fringes to create the flower shape and then coat each flower four times with sealant and two times with varnish to firm up the paper for durability and create the water resistant seal. Some of the flowers have glitter to add that special glamorous sparkle effect in between the coats of varnish.

For the final step, when the flowers are completely dry and stiff but malleable, they are each mounted onto sterling silver earring posts with epoxy.