Press Flowers Using A Flower Press
What you'll need
Pencil
Scissors
Copy Paper
Cardboard
Flowers
Flower Press
Cut several pieces of cardboard that fit inside the flower press
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Cut several pieces of paper the same size. You can trace your cardboard as a guide
2
Prepare your press with a piece of cardboard and paper
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Fill the paper with flower petals, make sure they don’t overlap
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Cover with paper and cardboard
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Keep making layers! Experiment with petals, whole flowers, + leaves
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Close the flower press tightly, keep going back to bolts to make sure they’re secure
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After a few weeks, check your flowers! If all moisture is gone they’re ready to use in your projects
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If you’re not using the flowers right away, keep them between the paper and store in a ziplock bag
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