It is always lovely to decorate your home with dried flowers. Here are the ideas below to have long-lasting dried flowers decoration.
Decorative Dome With Dried Flowers
Nothing is more lovely than keeping flower arrangements in domes. So, you can measure the chosen flowers against the size of the dome you have. You may go with bunny tails, daises, mimosa, and poppy heads. You may leave a few centimeters gap between the flower heads and glass to keep it perfectly shaped. Besides, use raffia and stick the arrangement to the dome base with double-sided tape.
Dried Flowers In Vintage Jugs
Do you love to decorate with antique items? It will be a great idea to display dried flowers in a vintage jug. The choice of vintage pieces is a bright idea to create a quirky display. It will look nice on a mantelpiece or as a table centerpiece in a cottage kitchen. As the picture above, it has colorful straw-flowers and sculptural grasses that look so adorable. Make sure the dried flowers are not exposed to much light so the flowers will not fade sooner.
Hang Dried Fragrant Herbs And Flowers
Display dried fragrant herbs and flowers are beautiful by tying bunches to a wreath for a scented display. Start by cutting the herbs and flowers. After that, group them into bundles. Then, connect with twine and secure them into a wreath. Hang each bundle at an equal distance apart with plaited twine or rope tied to four sides. For a prettier look, finish all look with ribbons.
Display Single Stems For Simple Touch
Do not think too much about a large bouquet to decorate with dried flowers. You can do a simple touch by decorating with single stems to look stylish. You may go with one large sculptural stem of dried hog-weed. Besides, you may also try the individual stems in a collection of collected or salvaged pots, jars, and bottles along a mantle. On the other hand, it can also be placed in the center of a table.
Dried Flowers In A jam Jar
Unite bunny tails, eucalyptus, flax, oats, bloom, and daisies into a jam jar for beauty variety and texture. Start with longer stems in the middle and others spread around. Create a rounded feel by twisting the posy to maintain equal flowers and tie it off with florist wire and snip the ends to perfectly fits into the jar.