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    • carmen@lifeblessons

      how to press leaves and flowers (video with add'l steps, too). One way to ensure your leaves are well protected from air and moisture is to place them on a piece of stiff paper like card stock or display board and cover with clear contact paper. Press the contact paper down carefully from top to bottom, making sure you press out all air bubbles.

    • Jacqueline Perron

      Pressed plants

    • BuildDirect

      Inspire your home decor with nature by incorporating your favorite things. A bowl of collected shells, or a flower that is dried, pressed, and framed.

    • Laura Noel

      Framed pressed flowers.

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