More fun art with dried flower petals

Further pictures with dried flowers & petals

I recently revisited and improved my image of Fair Rosamund in dried flower petals. I was very pleased with the result and thought I’d try two more quick dried flowers projects in the same vein – the first one took about a half an hour and the second one an hour.

Dried flowers art project 1: Union Jack revisited

When I finished Fair Rosamund, I wished I’d treated the delphinium petals Union Jack I made last year in the same way. So I took some loose dried flower petals and sprinkled them over the image to produce a more 3D effect.

delphinium petals union jack

Dried flowers art project 2. Our logo

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Part of our logo is a wingding in green and white.

I printed it out so it covered about 4 pages of A4 paper, then covered it in dried ivory delphinium petals and green hydrangea petals. Then I surrounded the logo with dark blue delphiniums. Of course these flowers are more commonly used as natural wedding confetti.

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Unfinished dried flowers logo before adding the blue surround.

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Finished dried flowers logo in delphinium petals and hydrangea.

I’m still thinking about how I can use this image! The petals are really beautiful and as they weren’t glued down, they had to go back in the bag once I’d taken the picture, which seemed a great shame.

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Close-up of the dried flower petals with blue & white delphinium, and green hydrangea.

Shopping Links – dried flower petals

Buy delphinium petals | Buy hydrangea petals

2 responses so far.

  1. Gabriela says:

    Hello from Toronto,

    Love the British flag! What an amazing job you did!


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