Welcome to the flower garden!
Dandelions In December is a botanical jewelry and art brand inspired by nature. Each piece is handmade by owner and artist Sheila Dresbach. Flowers are pressed and preserved by her (and many are grown and harvested from her North Carolina garden). She uses those flowers in her original jewelry, resin artwork, and botanical embroidery. Sheila releases these items in small batches and each one is different in design and detail. If you want to be notified when the next batch is released, please sign up for the email list at the bottom of this page. Sheila also does custom work from time to time using wedding flowers in a unique form of modern wedding bouquet preservation. Instagram is a great way to see sneak peeks and updates. If you have any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"Sheila was a delight to work with. She is so creative and the necklace came beautiful!!! I've gotten so many compliments on it and I love that I am able to preserve part of my wedding bouquet. Thank you!!"
"I received my Round Daisy Pendant, very quickly and I live in a rural area, so she must of sent it right away the next day. I love how clear and perfect the daisy is. I have already received several compliments on it. This is the third or fourth time I have ordered from her and I have been extremely satisfied every time!"
"Bought this for a friend after her grandma passed. She opened it and immediately knew it was a forget me not and started crying. She LOVED it! So beautiful and made with love."
"Despite the old, crunchy petals that had lost a lot of their vibrant color, Sheila was able to make a beautiful pendant out of my 19-year old wedding bouquet. It’s a wonderful keepsake and accessory. Highly recommend! It came fast and her instructions for shipping materials to her were detailed and very helpful."
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