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Sola Wood Flower Mason Jar Class
April 14 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Don’t you just love beautiful flowers arrangements but hate the way they wither away and die so quickly! Join
Karefully Krafted, to create your own forever flower arrangement. The craft event will include your own mason
jar (choose from a variety of colors and sizes), a dozen Sola Wood flowers in various colors and sizes, filler, and
embellishments to personalize your project.You will be guided and assisted through the process. Bring your
friends for a girl’s night out, bring your significant other for a unique date night, or come yourself and meet some new friends!!
1 dozen sola wood flowers
Lace ribbon/ twine
Assorted embellishments and filler
Glue guns for adorning your project and adding those special touches
What is sola wood?
Sola wood comes from the tapioca plant root. It is a tropical species of the Euphorbiaceae (spurge) family.
Poinsettias and castor oil plants also belong to this family. The tapioca plant is known by many names: cassava, manioc, arrowroot, and sometimes yuca (don’t get that confused with the yucca succulent plant). Cassava (Tapioca) plants grow in tropical climates. These plants are extremely drought resistant.
This plant is not meant to be ingested unless it is processed. Once processed, the tapioca plant is used for several different types of foods in several different countries and cultures.