MaiaAndTheWildFlower

Botanical Resin Art - One of a kind designs

Cardiff, United Kingdom On Etsy since 2017

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MaiaAndTheWildFlower

Botanical Resin Art - One of a kind designs

Cardiff, United Kingdom | 829 Sales

MaiaAndTheWildFlower is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner I'm currently working behind the scenes on new resin pieces and will update you all once I'm ready to fully open again

I hope you can join me!


I look forward to creating more original one of a kind pieces for you!


Love
Jane x

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 31, 2020

I'm currently working behind the scenes on new resin pieces and will update you all once I'm ready to fully open again

I hope you can join me!


I look forward to creating more original one of a kind pieces for you!


Love
Jane x

Jane Lenahan

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Jane Lenahan

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About MaiaAndTheWildFlower

Sales 829
On Etsy since 2017

Madly in love with nature

I had wanted to make resin jewellery for a long time before I actually started, but I was so petrified to try it. So I spent ages trying to convince myself to just go for it!... and I'm so glad I finally did!

I find botanical resin pieces so beautiful and enchanting. No two items will ever be the same, with the flowers and leaves, different variations in size and colour, it will make your piece even more special.

So this shop is for all you beautiful and wonderful women out there who love the sight of sunshine and wildflower.
These are for you to wear, to love, and to keep forever.

My main goal is to make YOU feel good, and to feel a little step closer to nature.

I hope my daughter grows up to love dandelions, trees and wildflower like me. She often helps me pick some of the flowers I use.

I am not ashamed to say that I suffer with severe anxiety, and on times it can be debilitating. I've found that working with resin has helped me so much, and now the bad periods don't last as long.
I still get overwhelmed by all of the beautiful orders I receive, and I do my best to keep up as best I can! That's a promise.
I also suffer with a condition called IBD, which can leave me quite unwell on times and for long periods. Having this business means the world to me, as it allows me to slow down when I need to, and for that I can't say thank you enough to all who have supported me throughout, and those who have only just found me.

Thank you so much for looking through my shop.

I have started a blog, showing the basics of using resin and hopefully helping others fall in love with resin too! If you'd like to check it out, here's the link.. Maiaandthewildflower.com

Jane x

Shop members

  • Jane

    Owner

    I am the sole creator and designer and my mission is to make unique nature inspired pieces to wear, and for your home! I love what I do and being able to chat with customers is what makes handmade so special!

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More information

Last updated on May 30, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

Resin pieces are pretty easy to look after, but here are a few tips to be sure they stay in good condition

⭐Should the resin become dirty, wash lightly with water and a mild detergent (washing up liquid should do the trick) and then dry thoroughly.

⭐Avoid direct contact with purfumes or chemicals.

⭐Remove your jewellery when showering or swimming.

⭐ Avoid leaving any flower pieces in direct sunlight for significant amounts of time. This may affect the vibrancy of the flowers over time, and I wouldn't want anything to change how beautifully colourful they are!

The sun is the number one culprit for bleaching your home decor items. So I would recommend placing your resin letters out of the sun to avoid discolouration

Gift wrapping and packaging

Gift wrapping is available at the checkout, and below is how your items will arrive if you tick this option.

⭐Rings, earrings and beads are placed inside an organza gift bag and placed inside a small pillow box which will be finished off with a bow.

⭐Larger items such as necklaces and rings dishes come in an organza bag and placed inside a gift box or pillow box, which is also finished off with a bow

⭐Resin letters are exempt from gift wrapping unless buying an individual letter. If buying 2 or more letters they will be wrapped in tissue paper and put inside a packaging box to be posted.
Individual letters can be placed inside an organza bag and sealed inside a gift box tied with a bow.

Any questions, please feel free to ask.

Ring sizes

To find out your ring size please measure the diameter of your finger, by using a tape measure and measuring from the left to the right side of your finger. If you don't have a tape measure, a piece of string will do the trick which you can then measure against a ruler to find out the diameter measurement in millimetres.

Sizes are readily available to view online by doing a quick Google search, which you can then also convert between UK and US sizes.

Do you do 'Made to order' items?

I no longer take orders for anything made to order or customised. I decided to step back from this due to working a day job alongside my shop, and limited hours.

I loved working on custom pieces, but the workload could be quite overwhelming on times, so I am now happy making stock at my own pace.
Thank You for understanding and hopefully one day in the future I'll be open again to customised orders x

Why is your shop closed so often?

Ok so here's a little explanation as to why I run my shop this way. I do get asked a lot why my shop is closed throughout the month, but I promise there's method to the madness. I found it quite overwhelming having my shop always open and also noticed my customers were having to wait for long periods while I got around to working on made to order items, custom pieces etc, which wasn't nice for my customers. So in order to cut lengthy waits, and long order and waiting lists I decided to trial a different way. Each month while my shop is closed I make up lots of ready to post items, restock some favourites and work on one of a kind pieces, then over a set weekend I open my doors to sell what I have made. Thanks for understanding x