Dried flowers projects are easier in the Spring and Summer
In the Spring and Summer there are abundant flowers in the garden, ripe for testing dessiccation techniques. This year Spring has not yet sprung (we even have snow forecast for Easter), and I am becoming more and more frustrated by the wintry weather! I have to be content with taking photos on the odd occasion the sun comes out.
Recent dried flowers posts
I have been able to write a few posts this month. One is on the subject of dried flowers through the seasons and is a round up of some of my favourite posts from last year.
And once I was thinking about dried lavender, I wrote a summary of the best uses for lavender.
Dried flower petal confetti has other uses
After my mention of weddings in last months Diaries, delphinium petal confetti and dried flower bouquets are flying out from our workshop. But I thought I’d try something different with the dried flower petals.
I had a go at making our daisyshop logo using ivory delphinium petals and green hydrangea petals, but I’m not sure yet how to use the final image! I revisited my delphinium petal Union Jack from last year while I was at it.
Dried flowers shopping links
To buy the dried flowers mentioned in this post, just visit our UK shop for:
Buy a bunch of dried lavender stems suitable for decorating a wreath
Buy dried lavender loose
Delphinium petal confetti & dry flower bouquets
Buy delphinium petals & hydrangea petals used in the logo make