About Pressed Flowers
Do you love
pressed flowers? I do. I want to share both basic and in-depth information about how to press flowers including special
flower pressing techniques, pressed flower project
tutorials, image galleries showing flowers I've pressed over the years, and even
some flowers you can buy. I do custom work
and will work with you on your project if you like.
like to see any additional information regarding pressed flowers, please contact
me and I'll be more than happy to work on getting it up. Education is my main
goal here; I want to share what I know.
Pressing most flowers can be simple. Some
flowers need advanced techniques requiring a bit of skill. I will try
to help you acquire those skills so you can press your own flowers, and use them
to make pretty things.
Since 2000 (has it really been that long?) this
site has been all about pressing flowers, preserving flowers,
showing images of pressed flowers... etc. What it hasn't been,
is a place to see pressed flower art and
crafts. Or how to make your own. This will change now. To the
right, my late Siberian, Bubba (with pencil) This is for you
Bubba, with love.
Pressing Succulents: Step-by-step tutorial on
It's not as hard as you think.
Use professional pressed flower pigment dyes to retain true color
in flowers that are prone to fading, revive pressed flowers that
come out "not so good" or change colors to
suit your needs or those of your customer.
I intend to sell pressed flowers and supplies right here on-site
in the near future but need to learn the ins and
outs of setting up my shopping cart. In the meantime, you can either
email me or
visit the shop I have set up on the Etsy platform.
* Note: All
Images and Information on my website are my own original copyrighted
intellectual property. If you see my work somewhere else,
please let me know; I will reward you with a generous package of
perfectly pressed flowers if you do. Thank you for lending me your
Almighty first planted a garden;
and, indeed, it is the purest of human
t is the greatest refreshment to the spirits of man;
without which buildings and palaces are but gross handi-works:
and a man
shall ever sec, that, when ages grow to civility and elegance,
to build stately, sooner than to garden finely;
as if gardening were the
greater perfection. ~ Lord Bacon ~