Air Drying Roses
By Sally@NaturalDesigns on February 13, 2012
A LASTING ROSE
This time of year roses abound in grocery stores and florist windows. Their beauty is easy to prolong by simply drying them. Once dried, roses have numerous uses beyond floral designing, such as healing tinctures and aromatherapy, not to mention the mere process of preserving them is an artful experience. A delicate Rose Water for linens or fragrant Rose Beads for necklaces can be made from dried roses. The options are endless with these fail-proof guidelines listed below.
HOW TO DRY
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