Drying Flowers: Preserve Your Favorite Blooms With These Simple Steps
Sometimes flowers are just too pretty to last just a few days or weeks. Often I snip a few lovely blossoms from the garden and press them, drying them for later use. I add them to note cards, jewelry and artwork. The process itself is simple. There are professional flower presses on the market, but I find a large book works just as nicely.
- Large Book
- Fresh flowers
- Two sheets of wax paper or plain white paper
- Paper towels
Follow the steps in the photo gallery below to learn more about the process.