* Material Nemophila (dried flowers or preserved flowers coated UV resin), * 14k gold filled earrings * Free shipping worldwide for all oders. (From Japan) Thank you for viewing! * * * * * baby blue eyes The name Nemophila It has a wonderful meaning of "small forest" and "love". Also called baby blue eyes. A blue flower that looks like a baby's innocent eyes. When I look at this flower, I feel love. Blooming in the sun in the forest, A healthy nemophila flower like the blue sky, Made into graceful earrings with impressive beautiful curves. I wanted the design to be closer to the standing appearance of a real flower, so The slender stems, while swaying, It stretches toward the sun and surely stands It looks like this. The ephemeral petals that can be seen through Matte like polished glass, It has a gentler atmosphere. Translucent and ephemeral blue petals, A strong and graceful figure of a stem that stands clearly toward the sun Unbalance is my favorite of this work. ・ The real nemophila flowers that bloom in the garden every year Do not damage the thin petals Carefully make dried flowers It is thickly coated with resin. There aren't many flowers, so Limited to production and stock in small numbers. The nemophila earrings I made last year were smaller, darker blue flowers, The nemophila that bloomed this year is a light and beautiful light blue. ・ Real flowers are not suitable for mass-produced off-the-shelf products because they are not uniform in shape. It's a design that you can't easily meet in ordinary shops, so It is also recommended as a gift for loved ones. We hope that you will enjoy the delicate and gentle atmosphere and special feeling of real flowers. * coodination If you match it with a linen dress or a white T-shirt, It will be a feminine and refreshing coordination. The beautiful light blue is impressive, so you can use it as a one-point color It is also recommended to match it with simple clothes that the beauty of the curve stands out. *
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- The imbalance between the ephemeral petals and the strength that extends toward the sun is the charm of this work.