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Scrapbooking can be rewarding using fresh flowers

Posted by Tammy Sons on

Sunday, July 24

Do you like to scrapbook? Did you know that scrapbooking has seemed to have taken the world by storm and so many people are doing it? Moms are getting together with study groups and friends creating groups to scrapbook, churches are having scrapbooking parties and nights – so many people are scrapbooking.

Scrapbooking is a fun and creative way to capture all of your families memories in one location. By being creative you can let your imagination run wild. Some scrapbook lovers prefer stickers, while others prefer cute sayings and personalized words, some prefer using pretty scrap booking pages while others prefer to design their own. The truth of the matter is when it comes to scrapbooking the ideas and options are endless.

One way that is starting to take the scrapbooking world by storm is using flowers from their yard as a way to add style and flair to their pages. By being able to dry your flower petals and favorite fresh cut flowers from your own yard you are able to personalize your scrapbooking page even more because you are able to add a piece of your hard work to those memories so when you look over those pages and reminisce you can also look at that fresh cut flower and remember as well.

The easiest way to dry fresh flowers is by cutting them off the stem and either pressing them in between some paper towels with a hard book on top for a few days or press them and place them into the freezer which will preserve their color and look.

So the next time you are working on that scrapbook, think about what you have growing in your yard that you can use.

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