Title: “”Daucus Carota”
Materials: Resin, Pressed Wild Carrot (Queen Anne’s Lace) flower, Leather cord
Description: Pressed Flower Pendant
Fun Fact: While Queen Anne’s Lace is edible, it is easily confused with Poison Hemlock. The first way to make a confident identification is to look for a red or purplish dot in the center of flower. Rumor has it, when Queen Anne was sewing together her lace, she pricked her finger and left behind a droplet of her blood. The second way to be sure what you are consuming is an edible treat and not a toxic alkaloid is to look at the stem of the plant. Queen Anne doesn’t shave her legs, so her stems look a bit hairy.