The Secret Language of Flowers

Have fun thinking about your beaded-flower projects, and what secrets they may be carrying. 

It’s finally springtime, and for many of us that means the long-awaited return of baby-blue skies, chirping birds, and greener grass. But my favorite part of spring is all the flowers! From daffodils to peonies, I can’t seem to look at or smell them enough. In addition to being visually and fragrantly pleasing, did you know that flowers also have their own language? Use this chart to learn a little floriography (the official language of flowers). 

Inspired? Here is a selection of floral projects on Facet. Stitch up a few of these flowers, and next thing you know, you'll want to make an entire bouquet of bracelets or whole garden of goodies!
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Check out Veronique Landis' GARDEN DELIGHT PENDANT!  Crimp tubes are reimagined as a peyote stitch background for gemstone, freshwater pearl, and glass flowers.

Robin Griffes created the pattern for this SPRING FLOWERS BRACELET AND EARRINGS. Stitch a matching flower bracelet and earring set using either peyote or brick stitch.

Poppy fields bracelet

Poppies are designer Liana Morgan's favorite flower. She was inspired to make this POPPY FIELDS BRACELET by the many fields that she has seen. Make it in flat, even-count peyote!


Spring beaded flower rings

Brighten up any day of the year with Mary Brisebois' SPRING BEADED FLOWER RINGS. Have a sparkling flower for each finger!

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