Spring has arrived and the flowers begin to bloom. This is the perfect time to put flowers into your home. Flower arrangements can only last for a while, but by pressing and drying you can enjoy it all the time. So catch the joyful moment of spring with the pressed flower decorations inside your home.
It would be nice to see the smiling flowers greet you as you start and end the day. So make this suncatcher and place it in your window to embrace the sun.
These DIY pressed flower coasters are the perfect, modern spin on the traditional bouquet and make great decoration on your table settings.
Pressed Flower Candle
Dull white wax is a canvas that can be turned into a beautiful work with pressed flowers. These candles will be unique decorations that catching eyes.
Besides you can enjoy the beauty, potpourri is also a natural room air freshener. The best things are you can add any essential oil you like and put potpourri in whatever container you want.
Dried Flowers Garland
This garland is not only perfect to decorate your mantel this spring, but can also put it on your windows, front door or even your headboard. The longer the garland you make, the better the result.
Add a sweet classic touch to your home with this dried flowers wreath. Fresh flowers wreath do bring cheerfulness, but dried flowers wreath brings serenity.
Pressed Flower Tray
This DIY pressed flower tray would be perfect to serve your afternoon tea in. The pressed flowers create a delicate, feminine look that transforms an otherwise plain tray.
This is the right decoration for your porch. Enjoying the spring scent is not complete without this wind chimes.
There are many ways to make dried and pressed flowers as wall art, here is one of them. You can explore your creativity in many forms. Hanged or laid, the choice is yours.
People love monograms and gifts that are customized to them. These pressed flower monograms in frames are the kind of craft that will look absolutely gorgeous anywhere in your home.
This is a nice and functional decoration. Try to make ypurs with various combinations of flowers.