Dried Flowers



Dried flowers arrangement is an art. Flowers can bring natural fragrance and beauty to your home. Flowers can be from you garden or fresh flowers that are bought.  So why waste those lovely flowers or flowers about to fade. But if you have a garden it would fun picking and drying those flowers. It keeps reminding you to go out and pick the flowers where you can continue enjoy drying the flowers. Here are the guides on how to dry flowers.  Some flowers keep their colour much better than others when dried. 


Dried flowers can use in many ways to transform a room by adding life, warmth, colour and atmosphere. This is a rewarding interest that you can process the dried flowers into gifts, home deco and others into a mini business from home. Below are some ideas about flowers and a few methods on how to dry it.






Air Dried Flowers

Air-drying is the simplest usually most commonly used to dry more flowers.  All you need to use is a pole or wire and space to hang bunches of flowers.  Read more...







Flat Dried Flowers

Drying flat is a good method to dry plant materials as it retains the natural shape on the stem and retain the colour of the dried flowers. But the plant materials need to be dry in a dry cool room with circulating air or in a heat room. Read more...





Plywood Pressed Dried Flowers

Plywood board press is another method for pressed dried flowers and plants. This process can be use for bigger flowers and plant materials at the same time. Only two wooden boards or more with rubber bands, straps nylon strings are need for the press.  It is similar to the book press method. Read more...





Book Pressed Dried Flowers

Book pressed dried flower is the easiest and quicker way to dry flowers. One needs is an old thick book with weight that can press the flower nicely flat. This method can be process anytime, anyway and it works best on small flowers and leaves. Read more...