Baby Shower Gift Ideas. Homemade and Inexpensive!
Whether you have a garden full of flowers or a garden with a few flowering plants or one or two plant pots by the front door you can still preserve and press flowers and make a wonderful pressed flower project like these two below.
To press flowers you don't need any special tools you only need a big book and tissue paper or kitchen towels. If you have a flower press that's great but not necessary.
The flowers I used to make these two greeting cards where three Pansies and one yellow Calendula flower. I picked the flowers on a dry sunny day and straight away I pressed them in my big heavy book.
After a few months they where ready to use for my pressed flower project, so I decided to make greeting cards because I had a birthday coming up and I also wanted to say thank you a friend of mine.
There are lots of flowers, leafs and herbs which can be use for pressing. Maybe you had a bouquet of flowers given to you for a special occasion and you are looking to preserve some of the flowers, because not all of the flowers will dry well.
Those flowers would make a great framed picture (there most probably your favourite flowers) to hang on your wall.
There are lots of pressed flower designs you can make into greeting cards or even gift tags for your friends. You can do lots of things with pressed flowers the ideas are endless.
What kind of cards do you make? What kind of pressed flowers do you use?