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1. Field of the Invention
This invention relates to a flower holder for hair accessory, when using fresh flowers.
2. Prior Art
Prior art flower holders such as jewelry holders for a necklace. None of these flower holders support means to provide a water supply for live flowers or foliage incorporated in the hair clip.
This invention provides a water supply to a fresh flower arrangement for hair. The tube will be attached to a clip, barrette or other hair accessory, therefore the arrangement can be worn in a persons hair. The structure of the tube that holds the flower will range in size and shape to assist in holding more than one stem. The hair accessory will have the plurality of decorative elements.
1. Water Tube
2. Hair Clip
4. Flower Stem Entrance