5 Easy Springtime Crafts for Pressed Flowers

Spring is fast approaching, and we're bringing you five stunning crafts to make with pressed flowers.
Publish date:
March 14, 2014
elizabeth street, flowers, spring, crafts

Did you see our tips and tools for pressing flowers earlier in the week? They're easy to pull off at home. There's no mess and it only takes about 15 minutes.

Now that you've mastered the art of the pressed flower we're bringing you five stunning crafts to make the most of your bounty. From a gorgeous jewelry box to easy paper bookmarks, you'll be in awe of the versatility of your newly flattened flora. Click the slideshow above for inspiration.

1. Rose Petal Tray:

We can't think of a better way to host than with this pressed flower tray from Say Yes. Liz uses craft glue and finishes with an epoxy resin. Pick your prettiest, largest pressed flowers for this one.

2. Keepsake Box:

Make this stunning jewelry box for a girlfriend or mom. Click over to the Free People blog for the full how-to.

3. Love Letters:

How stunning is this love print? Replicate Penelope and Pip's version using any word you wish. We recommend drawing the word in pencil and mapping out with flowers before gluing anything down.

4. Egg Decor:

Easter will be here before you know it. Take a cue from Rook No.17 and decorate your eggs using pressed flowers.

5. Pressed Flower iPhone Case:

Head over to the Etsy blog for this stunning DIY for your iPhone case. This is a great source for blank iphone cases here.

Reprinted with permission from Elizabeth Street. Want more?

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