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Hummie's World: I dried roses in the microwave!

Hummie's World: I dried roses in the microwave!

make these flowers. This tutorial includes instructions on how to make scalloped flowers, fringed flowers, and spiral flowers so you can make a bunch of different kinds. Get the tutorial from Scrapbooks, Etc.

make these flowers. This tutorial includes instructions on how to make scalloped flowers, fringed flowers, and spiral flowers so you can make a bunch of different kinds. Get the tutorial from Scrapbooks, Etc.

This is the best way to preserve the beauty and fragrance of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses.  Drying them make them great embellishments for cards, confetti for weddings and bridal showers, and potpourri. www.ehow.com/...

How to Dry Rose Petals

This is the best way to preserve the beauty and fragrance of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses. Drying them make them great embellishments for cards, confetti for weddings and bridal showers, and potpourri. www.ehow.com/...

Dry flowers by hanging them upside, once dried, spray with hairspray. Or dry flowers by using silica gel. After get a shadow box and decorate how you please! I used leftover cork I had from a roll and arranged the roses in a heart shape! Great way to save flowers from special occasions!

Dry flowers by hanging them upside, once dried, spray with hairspray. Or dry flowers by using silica gel. After get a shadow box and decorate how you please! I used leftover cork I had from a roll and arranged the roses in a heart shape! Great way to save flowers from special occasions!

How to dry roses -- Drying roses for a box frame, floral arrangement, potpourri or other craft project is simple.  When the roses are near the end of their vase life, secure together with string tied around the stems.  Hang upside down in a dry place for about two weeks. The roses are dried when the buds are firm.  To preserve the roses further, you can use hairspray or a hardener available from craft stores.

How to dry roses

How to dry roses -- Drying roses for a box frame, floral arrangement, potpourri or other craft project is simple. When the roses are near the end of their vase life, secure together with string tied around the stems. Hang upside down in a dry place for about two weeks. The roses are dried when the buds are firm. To preserve the roses further, you can use hairspray or a hardener available from craft stores.

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