Solawood Flowers review
i received Solawood Flowers free to try out and test myself , this is my opinion on them and im not paid to write this but I might earn a commission at no cost to you if you click any the affiliate links
Let’s start with the fact that I am not a crafty person, but I was surprised at how easy Solawood flowers were to process and amazed at how beautiful and lifelike they were. They come in many styles and colors for every imaginable occasion. So , I used mine to update our wall decor because they are so easy to work with. All you need is a hot glue gun, the flowers, and an imagination, and you can create magic.
These flowers are not your typical flowers. So as the name suggests, they are composed of wood, which gives them added durability. You’re probably asking yourself how is it possible to make flowers out of wood?
Solawood is derived from a tapioca plant root and is a tropical species from the family Euphorbiaceae. The tapioca plant is known by many names: yucca, cassava, and arrowroot. Tapioca grows in tropical climates and is extremely drought resistant. So this multifaceted plant’s root is used to derive the solawood. After peeling the bark, they cut what remains of the root into thin wood sheets. And soon those sheets become the flowers. Each and every flower is unique and handmade.
they sometimes lose their shape during storage or shipping. Don’t worry, as it is super easy to reshape them because all you need is some warm water and a few minutes of your time. First, dip the flower into a bowl of warm water just enough to get it wet. Try not to soak it though, because as thick Sola wood is, it might tear apart. Once the flower is damp, start reshaping its petals, starting from the outside and moving in. Once you are done, reshaping let them dry for 12-24 hours.
Solawood flowers last forever, because they require a minimum of care.
Here are a few examples of where you can use wood flowers:
Office &home decor
Jewelry and accessories