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  • Casey Bergen

    beautiful all natural Christmas decorations (DIY ALERT: Dry orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. Super easy! They look really pretty hung on a tree or in a window, as well. And, lemons and limes work great too!)

  • Teresa Glover

    dried orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. And, lemons and limes work great too! ** Great to make potpourri with CPTG essential oils of lemon, lime, orange...

  • Modern Mountain Design

    A rustic Christmas display for the mantel or tabletop using an old wooden crate filled with pine cones, evergreen and dried orange slices. Dry the orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. They look really pretty hung on a tree too.

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Dried orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. Lemons and limes work as well. Use them for holiday decorating-Easy...

Make your own dried orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. Super easy! They look really pretty hung on a tree or in a window, as well. And, lemons and limes work great too!

☆ All I can do is to light a candle for you Mom and Dad for Christmas. My heart aches for a sign from you. I love you always, xox 21st December 2014 ☆

How to Dry Oranges for Crafting and Cooking - Use this tutorial to dry orange slices. You can use the dried oranges in recipes, in crafts, or home decor.

It's hard to beat the scent of pine cones, oranges & cloves, and star anise while enjoying autumn and anticipating upcoming holidays! (Star anise is the seed pod of evergreen tree 'Illicium Verum' grown in southwestern China and Japan.) <*> (autumn, fall, holidays, decor)

Wreath from sweetsomethingdesign (Etsy) Love the red bells and sticks on the wreath and that is is hung atop a frame.

Dried Orange Slices: Slice navel orange very thinly; line on nonstick baking mat; generously dust with confectioners' sugar; bake at 200 degrees for 2 1/2 hours until peels are dry and flesh is translucent

Dried Preserved Orange Slices $12.99 2"-3" size. 32-35 slices per bag.

Adventsstimmung by herz-allerliebst, via Flickr