Happy Thursday Everyone! I’m such a sentimental person and when I was at Martin’s Garden at Coleman Farms with Erin (Posie Fields) she showed me her studio where she creates floral arrangements. Her space was simply unimaginable and so enchanting looking, I loved the decor so much! In her studio, she has dried flowers hanging and glass centerpieces that she made and I fell in love.
I’ve been sent tons of flowers over the years and some of my flowers mean so much to me. I always save atleast one rose from each bouquet and have them in a vase. Now from learning from Erin, I got the opportunity to get a lesson on how to dry my keepsake flowers. I wanted to share with you. Take a peek at 5 simple steps to dry flowers inside….Have a great weekend everyone! xoxo
What you will need:
- Pretty flowers of your choice
- Stick or hanger
5 Easy Steps:
- Remove leaves
- Group flowers and tie them together
- Attached the flowers to a stick
- Hang the flowers to dry
- Leave for three to four weeks and display
Dried Flowers can be used and displayed many ways. From bouquets, to wall art whatever your heart desires. You can also use them in an arrangement. Or you can make a flower wreath or botanical frame. There are so many options out there!