How to preserve flowers in resin

Learn how to preserve flowers in resin and create beautiful and long-lasting keepsakes. Follow our step-by-step guide and get inspired by stunning resin flower ideas.
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Learn how to preserve flowers in resin and create a unique keepsake that will brighten up your home decor! Follow our beginner friendly step by step photo and video tutorials, and read below for helpful tips about working with resin. Did you know that you can add dried flowers to epoxy resin to preserve their colour and beauty permanently? Use flowers from a special occasion, like a wedding or graduation, and create a physical memory of the event. The results are SO PRETTY! This post…

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How to Cast Flowers in Epoxy Resin - DIY Resin Rose Paperweight!: The only bad (or sad) thing about giving or receiving freshly cut flowers is that they just don't last! This Instructable covers all the information you'll need to begin drying and casting flowers in resin. The processes and techniques are demonstra…

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Tracey Campbell
How to avoid dimples that spoil dried flowers. Size matters when it comes to silica gel and it will make a difference to your end results. You can avoid dimples when drying flowers by choosing a silica gel with fine, sand-size particles. The larger silica beads still dry plant materials well but they may leave dimples on softer petals and leaves that will spoil them. #MillLaneStudio #silicagelflowers #preservingflowers #driedflowershowto #dryingflowerstips #howtopreservebotanicals Diy Artwork, Drying Flowers, How To Preserve Flowers, Dry Plants, Dry Flowers, Pressed Flowers, Preserving Flowers, Silica Gel, Fast Drying

How to avoid dimples that spoil dried flowers. Size matters when it comes to silica gel and it will make a difference to your end results. You can avoid dimples when drying flowers by choosing a silica gel with fine, sand-size particles. The larger silica beads still dry plant materials well but they may leave dimples on softer petals and leaves that will spoil them. #MillLaneStudio #silicagelflowers #preservingflowers #driedflowershowto #dryingflowerstips #howtopreservebotanicals

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