Living jewelry, a growing trend.

Grass Knuckles.



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Potted ring by Paper Snake

Plant ring via janicapaints


26 thoughts on “Living jewelry, a growing trend.

  1. I love these – especially the necklace – punk version of daisy chains. Some seem impractical, but what whimsy isn’t?

  2. beautiful but plants don’t belong on humans or in jewelry-very artistic but not very environmentally appropriate

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  8. Cute!
    Now I know what to do with all my old Bath & Body glass Wallflower bulbs!
    Those will make great Terrariums!

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  10. Reblogged this on Jade Belly Dance and commented:
    I love the idea of living jewellery! Totally suitable for making a statement at your next performance. Especially cool for earthy, tribal pieces or fantasy fairy/ elven belly dance choreographies. I pinned a few of these pics to my pintrest boards. If you want to check out other cool belly dance related images then you can check out my boards

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