How to Dry Flowers...

This how to dry flowers:

First take a hanger like the one above. Then clip the stem onto it. Then wait a couple of days (It could take up to a week. It depends on how big the flower is). Every day it should get more and more crinkly. When it gets all crunchy take it off.

That's it!!

But remember,
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G&G Hungett  – (September 24, 2007 at 11:55 AM)  

Hi Emma,
You got it exactly right on how to dry flowers (at least Grandma's way that is). How much fun is that. What plans do you have for your dried flowers?

Grandma Lyn

P.S. Prayers are working as I'm feeling a little better today...less pain anyway.

Emma  – (September 24, 2007 at 1:01 PM)  

I don't know?! Maybe do what you do!


Mom of Five  – (September 24, 2007 at 4:54 PM)  

I also learned that if I wait too long to dry my roses, they get too dark. I dry them when they are just starting to open, or they turn almost black. (the red ones anyway) Keep up the great creativity! Mrs. T

everroads  – (September 25, 2007 at 8:54 PM)  

Hi Emma!
What a fun blog! You have so many fun things to read. God has given you lots of amazing gifts for you to use for His glory. It's a joy to see you praise Him through dance. Have a great week!
Miss Janna

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