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Dried Flowers Bundle – While Supplies Last!
This package of Dried Flowers Bundle includes 3 different types of dried flowers. 2 grams of Rosebuds, 3 grams of Lilies, and 3 grams of Lavender. All are crushed and dried as shown in the photos. Create unique & fun faux handmade paper as demonstrated in the August 2022 Stamp & Chat. Dried flowers are also perfect for adding to any distressed project too. Imagine placing them on distress paste…💭 That would be so pretty! However you decide to use them they will look amazing on your project!
This is an exclusive set that includes 3 different types of dried flowers, once it’s sold out it’s gone forever. Apply to any paper with your choice of glue & water. Mix water into Modge Podge or White PVA Glue until it resembles the consistency of milk. Alternatively you can use Decoupage. Apply a thin layer of decoupage/glue mixture mixture to your desired substrate (most likely paper), then place the dried flowers on the desired substrate. Once you have applied all the dried flowers place 1 ply paper towel or 1 ply white napkins over the top and paint over top of this layer with the same decoupage/glue mixture. Be sure to try and get out all the bubbles and creases. However, I don’t mind some creases, it adds character. If you have any questions please reach out to email@example.com
Visit the My Inkie Fingers Blog or YouTube channel to view these dried flowers used in a variety of ways.
Use @myinkiefingers and/or #MIFDriedFlowers on social media to tag this product. We love seeing what you create.💗
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