Meet Rose

RoseMiniPaci

When it comes to botanical design trends the rose is often left out to wilt. It can be seen as a little old fashioned, maybe even a little cheesy, but I wholeheartedly disagree with this grumpy line of thinking. When I look at a rose, I see a many layered, modern masterpiece. When I look at a rose, I see the Guggenheim of the garden!

january moon mini pacifier clip meet rose blog
january moon mini pacifier clip meet rose blog

To give Rose the contemporary design update she so wholeheartedly deserves, I used beads in raspberry red, scarlet, bubble gum, and cherry blossom pink, a more nuanced approach to the traditional flaming hot red that you normally see her in. As far as shape and texture go, I wanted to tell a form story as much as a color story, so I stared with oblong beads to mimic tightly bundled buds then opened the design up using shapes that became progressively more spherical and blossom-like.

Rose Pacifier Clip ForkSpoon
Rose Pacifier Clip ForkSpoon
rose mini pacifier clip product
rose mini pacifier clip product
rose pacifier clip product
rose pacifier clip product

Even with an update, Rose is still a rose. She sells best around Valentine’s Day and is a perfect gift to give an expectant mama in February in lieu of a busy bouquet (trust me, she’ll have plenty to take care of soon) or, to any woman who likes flowers without all the fuss.

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