Sort fresh flowers by type, and arrange them face down, making sure that none of the blooms are touching. Sandwich the blooms between sheets of paper, which will absorb the flowers’ moisture during the drying process.
Keep spring on your walls and front door all season long with this felt flower wreath craft from our very own Home Maker, @sallie_dale. Start by cutting flower petals in all types of shapes and sizes out of felt. Then, glue each petal to pieces of floral wire until you have about 30 flowers. Finally, arrange your flowers on a wicker wreath and secure them with hot glue. Click through for the full, blossoming DIY!
<input class="jpibfi" type="hidden" ><p>We have often seen a variety of ways to make paper or fabric roses, but have you ever seen roses made with real leaves? Here is an amazing DIY project to make roses from autumn leaves. What a creative idea to use one natural plant to express another because the texture of …</p>