We are now making some fabulous
Flower and Butterfly Stands!!
These stands are made with a solid steel base which perfectly balances the flowers and butterflies. We are also Powder Coating them. Powder Coating is different than most stands which are spray painted. Ours will not scratch and are exactly what galleries want!! Think of a gallery with a couple of stands and extra flowers around the base so the customer can pic or add!! We are making three different stands:
Triple Flower: $89.00
Just to give you an idea the flowers in the picture weigh a little over a pound. They are held on by rare earth magnets that are 1" by 1/4" thick. They are easily removed and changed.
Stems..... 23" 18" 16"
Double Flower Stand: $79
Stems 16" 14"
Butterfly Stands $42
These Butterfly stands have a 4 x 4" solid steel plate base and can also be used for light weight flowers, dragon flies etc. we also have them in singles for $34. (not pictured)
Stems 12" 11"
We are not selling the magnets but suggest these!!
Website is Magnet4less.com
What I do is to glue one magnet onto the back of the flower and another just set on the end of the branch of the stand. No glue needed on this one.... gently put them together. Be sure to wait a couple of days after gluing the flower!!!!!
For small butterflies 3/8" x 1/8"
Sorry that I cannot include the magnets. Everyone’s flowers are a different weight and I can’t take the responsibility of what magnets they use. For mine I use 1” x 1/8” (2) one glued onto the flower and one I just link onto the stand. That is just me. It makes for a softer pull as you put the flowers on. (http://www.magnet4less.com/product_info.php?cPath=1_11&products_id=1068) they are very strong and you may only need one. My flowers are a few layers and not light!!
I also use these for lighter weights (https://www.magnet4less.com/advanced_search_result.php?osCsid=vnvg7qdenin6bi2sbhqna2qhv2&keywords=nd031) be careful…..they can also grab too hard and break the flowers as they attach. I would start with one of the 1” attached to the flower then attach it to the stand holding it and see how firm it is. It should not move at all.
We would love to see what you do!!