How to Create a Dried Flowers Frame
Transforming your dried flowers into beautiful works of art is easy and inexpensive to do. You can use any type of flowers you like and create artwork for any room in your home. More so, you never need to throw out your flowers again! Instead, transform them into beautiful works of art for any room in your home.
Creating a Beautiful Dried Flowers Frame
Furthermore, you never have to discard those beautiful flowers again. And you can turn them into a forever moment by transforming them into a decorative framed dried flowers wall arrangement. Plus, you never have to discard those beautiful flowers again. You can turn them into a forever moment by transforming them into a decorative framed dried flower wall arrangement.
All you need are flowers, decoupage, a glass frame, and your imagination. If you don’t have any handy, you can buy beautiful dried flowers premade for you!
When it comes to flowers, we all adore them when they are alive, but what about when they have wilted away? Do you find yourself saying they were lovely while they lasted and chucking them in the garbage? Well, not anymore! There are so many wonderful projects you can create with dried flowers, and this is one of them!
Creating this dried flower frame was so much fun, and within a few hours, you can hang this delicate and stunning picture anywhere in your home. I love using dried rose petals for this frame. And they maintain most of their beautiful color! Plus, you can use any flowers as long as you dry them properly. With so many types of flowers to choose from, you can create a unique wall for any room.
Easily Create Works Of Art For Any Room
More so, you’ll love how easily you can transform your dried flowers into a beautiful work of art. Make sure you dry out the flowers beforehand and once dried, pick off the petals and set them aside. I used decoupage to glue the leaves on the frame.
In addition, you can make any design you like and add pops of color to any room. Make sure you let it dry well before adding the glass back to the frame. I love the way it looks. It’s so very feminine hanging on the wall.