Saffron is a flower color that has a very long life span. While you can buy a bottle of saffron that has turned yellow (yellow is not a color) or brown (brown is not a color), in the end you can never have too much of it. You will need to keep using saffron flower to create the color you are looking for.
You can use a number of methods to make your color. There are many different ways to get your desired color out of saffron. The most popular of which is to use saffron flowers in your jewelry.
Saffron flowers are called ‘cattail’ flowers and are made famous by actress Patricia Heaton in her classic film “A Streetcar Named Desire” in 1954. She chose saffron flowers from a nearby field because they were the flowers that her grandmother used on her wedding day in 1869.
Saffron flowers are usually made with a mixture of other flowers and herbs and should look a lot like the color of what you are creating.
Saffron Flower Tutorial:
I have created the tutorial below on how to get your desired color out of saffron flowers. It has a video that shows you the entire process. I hope it helps you get your saffron color and make your jewelry look great!
You can get a good reference of where to find saffron flowers by visiting http://saffron.com.
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