Here is a method that may help you. https://madeinaday.com/oven-dried-flowers/
Tie them in bunches and hang them up in an airy cool place to dry such as barn, or covered terrace etc or even Kitchen.
Hello, there are lots of great ideas here:
I just tie the bunch together and hang them upside-down. I have some hanging in my craft room right now.
I have heard that silica sand works for that, but that's all I know. It might say on the package how you do it. Sorry I wasn't more help.
You dry flowers up side down use a rubber and or clip to hold them and hang from somewhere and leave for like a month .Some flowers will fall off michaels crafts sells a spray to spray to hold them but I use hair spray a pump and I spray them all over after there totaly dry this keeps Petals from flaming off ,hidrangia flowers stay nice I spray my lavender so the tiny little fragrant petals don’t fall off the hair spray works great if you want to dry a bunch of flowers grab them like you want in a bunch and tie a string or rubber and on them just tight enough so they stay together not crush them when dry spray them and add to a vase.
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Hi Shurray, here's a video that mentions three ways. Hope it is helpful and one method suits what you'd like to do.
Tie them with string and hang them upside down. You'll be able to tell when they're fully dry, but it'll probably take a month or two.
Hang them upside down in a bouquet. Another option is to press them, and for that, stick them inbetween newspaper and place them in a thick text book. Add some more books on top so there is enough weight to flatten them while they dry out.
Tie a string around them and let them hang upside down until dried. We did this with my daughter's wedding bouquet (2016) and it is still beautiful.
Microwave on defrost - store in Silica gel - Hang upside down in airy place or steep in glycerine and water mix to preserve.
Just leave them out of water