February 18, 2019

Organizing Your Flower Essence Collection

Marie Kondo got you organizing and all the things? If you're a Freedom Flowers fan, I bet you've got a lot of little bottles... Don't worry, this isn't a decluttering post, their very purpose is to help spark joy, so we're just going to get them corraled and easy to find what you need.

You've already experienced life changing magic of flower essences, now let's work on the life changing magic of tidying up all those bottles so you actually know what you've got. Whether you need countertop organization, more security on an existing shelf, want them up on a wall out of your way, or an easy way to take them with you on the go this post has it covered. 

And the big secret super awesome flower essence bottle organizer? Nail polish racks. Yup, most of them are a perfect fit for our 1 oz bottles with dropper tops.

Wall Mount Organizers

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Classic design and holds a bunch!

Awesome Tree of Life design.

Stick one near the coffee pot for your current ones, and the rest elsewhere for long term storage.

Countertop Storage

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If you have a little...

Or a lot.

A lot with a clean look.

Cases

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Not all essential oil storage works, but these do

Great padded case for traveling.

Essences on top, oils in the drawer.

On The Go

Our travel size bottles fit in these little pouches. You can also get empty bottles to pour from your full size so you have them to go. 

Storage Tips

Flower essences keep indefinitly, and just need to be stored at room temp. They are in colored bottles, but keeping them out of direct sun is still a good idea. Don't store them on top of your microwave or close to it. Other wise they are pretty easy to take care of.

You'll probably want a few that you're using frequently in the kitchen. I have a small shallow wooden box without a lid that holds 5-6 of mine by the sink. One of the floating shelves above could also go in the kitchen and free up your counters. A small lazy susan could hold them and your salt and pepper on the table. 

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Seneca

Founder of Freedom Flowers, Seneca has a strong understanding of frequencies found in nature and how they bring healing to the spiritual, emotional and thus, the physical body. She understands that humanity often shuts down in defense of pain or violation, and she knows what to offer to “unlock” areas that have become dormant over time. Seneca has a burning desire to bring healing to our issues in a gentle and natural way.