These real baby breath flower earrings are perfect for celebrating the Fourth of July or Memorial Day. They go perfect with any outfit and any time of day! These earrings are made with real baby breath pressed flower in white red and blue colors to represent American Flag Everyone loves jewelry, so these make a great gift for Christmas, weddings, birthdays, girlfriends, teachers, or just because! Each set is unique and one of a kind, There are no two alike. It is handmade so each one will be a little different. Big Glass like ball earrings are 0.63” Small Glass like ball earrings are 0.47” Ear studs are hypoallergenic . Custom orders are welcome. Colors are slightly different in person due to photo light used to make the pictures Care instructions No swimming with necklace, epoxy does not like water No worries about the rain, simply wipe the product with a dry cloth. Do not store your jewelry under the direct rays of the sun. It's totally handmade and unique jewelry. I use only ECO resin special for making jewellery. It is absolutly safe for your health. In contrast to glass, resin is very strong material, it can not break. Can’t wait to have it? Click the big green “Add to cart” button. Want it but not just yet? Click the Favorite ❤ button underneath “Add to cart”. Check my other products in my shop! You never know what you may like https://www.etsy.com/shop/Viviantreasury?ref=seller-platform-mcnav Facebook listings-https://m.facebook.com/viviantreaury/?ref=bookmarks A Brief History of Old Glory On January 1, 1776, the Continental Army was reorganized in accordance with a Congressional resolution, which placed American forces under George Washington's control. On that New Year's Day the Continental Army was laying siege to Boston, which had been taken over by the British Army. Washington ordered the Grand Union flag hoisted above his base at Prospect Hill. It had 13 alternate red and white stripes and the British Union Jack in the upper left corner (the canton). On June 14, 1777, to establish an official flag for the new nation, the Continental Congress passed the first Flag Act: "Resolved, that the flag of the United States be made of thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new Constellation."