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Remove leaves and cut body of flowers depending on your purpose.
Fill a thin layer of silica sand in the microwave-safe container and place flower on top. Choose the size of container fits with the flower.
Cover the flower completely with silica sand. If the flowers are small, you can place multiple in the same container, as long as they are completely covered in the sand.
Put the container into microwave for thirty second with a cup of water. Keep checking until the flower looks dry. Depending on the density of the flower, this should take two to three minutes.
Once the flower’s petals appear dry, re-bury it and leave for 24 hours. This will ensure that the flower is properly dry. Then done!! Now you just take the dried flowers out of the sand.
Dusty Blue, wedding colour trend of last years, is still one of the favourite colour ideas for brides in this year. Handmade hairpieces are made of preserved natural flowers.