Care and How to use

learn how to make it last 


Plant Charm Care

The part that goes into the dirt: the soil anchors.

These are acrylic and stainless steel, and can be cleaned in many ways. We found it’s best to clean dirt off the soil anchors using a wet paper towel with a little bit of soap. 

Brass Signs

Because our signs are made from brass, spots it may occur if they come in contact with water, and depending on environmental factors could tarnish over time.

GOOD NEWS, this is fixable! Because brass is very common in art, and home decor there are many home remedies out there online to fix tarnish and/or water spots on brass items. We have also found that the product: Bar Keepers Friend works wonders on the plant charm signs! (we are not sponsored!!). 

Please contact us if you need assistance with any cleaning or care of the plant charms! 

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Jewelry Care

currently we are offering handmade items in: 925 Sterling Silver 

while precious metals are all "life proof" please still read:

As a rule of thumb you should always remember to remove any jewelry before sleeping, swimming, working out and anything of that nature.  One reason it's recommended to not wear jewelry while doing these actives is, the obvious reason of it can break the item but, it can also speed up tarnishing.

 tarnish is not permanent at all and can be easily removed 

Tarnishing is the darkening of metal over time from being exposed to different variables.


If you have any sterling silver jewelry, you can clean it yourself at home using hot hot soapy water, mild soap, and a soft toothbrush. You can also use a polishing cloth- all of our jewelry items come with one. Or have the piece professionally cleaned- it will usually be put it into a ultrasonic and then steamed. 


go ahead wear your silver jewelry as much as you want, and now you know how to keep it looking new!

As with any of our products, please contact us

if you have any questions about caring for your jewelry items


How to use Plant Charms

simply insert one rod into the plant soil

letting the chains drape over the side of your pot

then carefully insert the other rod into the soil.


The rods can be placed closer or farther apart depending on the look desired.


Any of the designs can be used with any size pot and are very easy to move from plant to plant.


Please, watch the video if confused!