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dried flowers in a jar

Love #5 Stuff dying flowers into jar, fill with water. Pretty.

10 Ways To Put Life Back Into Your Dead Flowers!

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Pressed flower sample. So beautiful.

Pressed Real Mini dried flowers Assorted 8 by MagicalBazaar

love this ~ Dried Flower Arrangement, Petite Pail

Projects With Dried Flowers - collect interesting-looking/vintage jars and fill with dried flowers

Projects With Dried Flowers | eHow

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Pressed, dried flower vase. Mod Podge flowers to the outside of jar and let dry. Easy enough for the kids to do!

how we montessori: Crafts

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Old frame painted and sanded for worn look. Dried herbs / flowers / leaves flattened and laid on the glass. Lay tissue paper or rice paper over herbs. Seal with egg whites or equivalant.

Pressed flower art

Moj cvetni svet - My world of pressed flowers: Retospektiva

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Art, Recycling ideas: Orange “roses” Orange “roses” you can decorate a fragrant mixture of dried flower petals

This guide is about growing statice. These flowers are easy to grow and make an excellent choice for use in fresh or dried flower arrangements.

Growing Statice

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Dried Flower Gift Wrap :: xerox botanical prints in black and white. add the same dried flower and arrange. looks like you can write (top giftwrap) and then re-wrap with tissue. tie with string, raffia. how beautiful is this idea?

Home and Garden - Sanoma Media Netherlands B.V.

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Potpourris and other Fragrant Delights ~ over 100 recipes 9780140463200 on #eBid United Kingdom

Something to try... Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye.

  • Lynda Grainger

    what is in the baking soda mixture?

  • Melody Gee

    i think it is just the baking soda that gives them the skeleton look. i checked out the web site & it only mentioned baking soda & nothing else. the only other thing i could think of is just add some water to the baking soda.