Pressed Flower Art FAQ2018-05-18T19:15:29-06:00

Pressed Flower Art

What are my framing choices?2019-07-07T00:47:33-06:00

I like to approach each project on an individual basis. However I do offer basic parameters: two styles of framing, the Modern Botanical or Classic with Float Mount. A variety of color choices: gallery black, bone white, natural maple, oak with charcoal, rosewood, or pecan stain. In addition I love the look of wrought iron and iron frames.

How do you create your art work?2019-11-05T12:46:24-07:00

In short, I deconstruct the design then the individual blooms to either press or air dry. Once pressed then dried, I arrange them to create a one-of-a-kind design.

Flowers are mounted too glass or natural white 300 lb water color paper then taken to a local company, Colorado Frames.  I use a premium craft glue and new packaging materials for shipping. Please connect so we can discuss more! 

Which flowers work best for pressing?2019-11-05T12:58:07-07:00

Small open roses, rose petals, peony/petals, poppies, ranunculus, anemone, clematis, larkspur, delphinium, queen Ann’s lace, asrantia, tulip petals, lily petals, and many types of leaves in all different colors. It’s best to have a wide variety of smallish local blooms.

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