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Flower pressing

Joanna Sheen

Flower pressing

by Joanna Sheen

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Published by Sterling Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pressed flower pictures.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: Pressed flowers : London : Merhurst Press, 1988.

    StatementJoanna Sheen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB449.3.P7 S48 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1857553M
    ISBN 10080697284X
    LC Control Number90009779

    Insert the flower between the pages of the book and close it tightly. Seal the book shut with a piece of tape and place a heavy item on top. Store the book in a dry, cool room. Wait four weeks to open the book to retrieve your dried flower. Tips. Place no more than three flowers inside of one book. This is because you need the book to close We talked to flower artist Kate Cadbury about the supplies you need to press flowers at home, including flower presses, parchment paper, blotting paper, glue, cardstock, and ://

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    While drying and pressing flowers works well to save your flowers, you can also save the color of your flowers and even leaves. If you use flower pounding techniques, you can create colorful fabric and even paper and other flower crafts using your favorite :// Flower-pressing tips I shed in the book. and you might say this is quite a long road signs and Burgess and Woodlands around Britain that's usually okay in the month for some reason, but any other type of plant that's similar to it. that has a bulkhead denser CT or flower head. It doesn't usually work very well and just stick to the


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