This is the best way to preserve the beauty and fragrance of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses. Drying them make them great embellishments for cards, confetti for weddings and bridal showers, and potpourri. http://www.ehow.com/how_2293715_dry-rose-petals.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
There are two basic types of homemade potpourri recipes: dried and simmering. Making dried potpourri - the kind that sits around in a bowl, letting off its wonderful scent - is fun, easy and affordable.
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Wax Potpourri Sachets A modern take on fabric sachets, these aromatic bars are made by embedding scents and botanicals in beeswax. How pretty are these flower petal-studded ones from Terrain? To make bars that are completely perfume-free, follow this how-to from Craftberry Bush that uses pure essential oils and beeswax. Don’t hide these sachets in a drawer—hang them up in a bedroom or bathroom so you can admire the pressed flowers.