Preserved Flowers: Pressed & Dried
It all begins with dried blooms and foliage, a container or base form, a few tools, and a beautiful idea—the result is an elegant, long-lasting creation worthy of decorating any room. These projects reveal the possibilities for creating gorgeous pressed designs from a garden of silica- and air-dried flowers and plants. Discover just how simple it can be to amass a supply of dried plant materials using easy techniques for drying and pressing, and how to frame the flowers or embellish them with everything from candles to seashells. The exquisite items include wreaths, ornaments, displays, greeting cards, coasters, photo albums— even a scrapbook page.
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acid-free adhesive tape Air Dry Air or Silica Allow the glue Allow to dry arrangement bay leaves binder clips blooms bottom bunch candles cattails colors Container & Base craft glue decorative paper decoupage medium display Disposable bowl dried flowers dried materials dry completely edges fern stems floral tape floral wire flowers and leaves frame glue sticks glue to attach glue to dry glue to secure Glycerine or Silica green reindeer moss gun and glue hanger hot glue hydrangea stems laurel or salal Low-temp glue gun microwave microwave oven oregano ornaments Photo pine cones Place Plant Materials Plastic foam blocks plastic foam sheet pots PRESERVING TECHNIQUES pressed flowers pussy willows raffia reindeer moss Tools rose hips Scissors Silica Dry silica gel Small paint brush Spray sealer Stem cutters SUPPLIES Container swag trim the plastic Trim the stems tweezers to position twig wreath vase Wrap yellow