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Making Dried Flower Note Cards

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Dried flowers and blank cards can be used to create beautiful handmade notecards. This is a guide about making dried flower note cards.


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Debra Frick0 found this helpful
December 16, 2007

These are very simple to make with flowers that you have collected and dried. Pansy and spring flowers are the best to use as they dry very flat, But I have even dried sunflowers in my flower press. Directions for a simple flower press can be found on ThriftyFun so if you missed the directions, you can find them there. With a little time and effort, you can make these beautiful note cards for yourself. These make a wonderful gift for Christmas or a bridal or baby shower.

Time: about 30 minutes per card including dry time




  1. Glue dried flowers and leaves in a pleasing arrangement on card. Let dry.
  2. Cut contact paper to the dimensions of the front of your card.
  3. Starting at the corner of the contact paper, peel back the contact paper about half way down. Press on to your card and work out any air bubbles.

Always put about six cards in each package and then tie with a tulle bow.

By Debra Frick

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December 19, 20070 found this helpful

I really like this idea, thank you for sharing!:)

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