Spring is almost over and the summer is coming, and these are flower seasons. You can bring some fresh or potted ones inside and fill your home with adorable summer aromas, and of course you can make some decorations with floral prints and some textiles and furniture, too. I’m offering you a compromise: decorations made of dried and pressed flowers, which are more natural and will keep this floral beauty for a long time. They will definitely give your home a bold summer feel and cheer.
This DIY canvas wall art is with dried flowers, and you can choose literally any blooms you like, here these are yellow tulips. This is a gorgeous 3D piece that will bring a bright summer feel to your space. Drying flowers is necessary before making the canvas but there are a lot of tutorials to do that, just find what you like.
In old times, dried and pressed flowers were kept as a reminiscence of a special moment. But this pleasing tradition is being practiced by very few people these days. You can dry them and make a cool dried flower hanging for a cute touch. Keep in mind that whether you dry or press flowers, the natural color will change but don’t worry, it gives quite an artistic touch.
You can make these dried flower ornaments with a simple glass or plastic ball, some dried flowers and a hot glue gun. The idea is to make it look like a little bouquet or arrangement coming out of the top of the ball. Such ornaments are great not only for Christmas but also for summer décor – hang them wherever you want!
Garlands look great draped across a mantel, wrapped down a banister or on a table. They are an inexpensive way to add color and texture to your home decor. Try creating this DIY flower garland using dried flowers. The flowers will last all season while adding seasonal flavor to your home.
We’ve already shared many creative coasters with you but we never posted anything like that – fantastic summer and rustic inspired wood slice coasters with dried flowers. This is about attaching the pressed blooms and covering with epoxy resin to make them look super natural. Wow!
Different potpourri can fill your home with adorable smells, and if we take flower potpourri, summer feel is guaranteed! Prior to making your potpourri, you’ll need to dry out your flowers. Gather a bouquet and tie the stems together with some twine. Hang them upside down and give them a couple of weeks to fully dry out. Now read the whole tutorial to find out what to do next.
This DIY is all about preserving your flowers in an artful and creative way, or protecting them from the destructive mouths of small beasts. You will create a gorgeous summer-inspired decoration with them and it will last long, and I totally love the look of the blooms inside – they look like floating in the air!
Monogram décor is always popular for home and for different events, too, so we suggest you making one. But not a usual letter, of course, a special one – this cutie will be covered with dried blooms! Spoiler Alert: this project is really easy & really amazing! Play tetris with flower attaching them how and where you want it!
Sometimes flowers dry so perfectly that they are like a work of art, so why not use them for making decor? This simple, sweet, charming wreath can be made in just about 15 minutes! Bring a sweet floral touch to your home with it!