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4 Things To Do With Dying Flower Arrangements

4 Things To Do With Dying Flower Arrangements

11th Nov 2022

Sometimes a flower arrangement means so much that we don’t want to get rid of it. Once the flowers in your arrangement have started to wilt, there’s no need to throw them away! There are plenty of ways to give them new life and make the most of your arrangement. When you’re ready for a new flower arrangement, be sure to visit Chappell’s Florist in Burlington, VT!

Make Potpourri

Use the fragrance of your flowers to make your own potpourri! Mix the dried blooms with some essential oils and fixatives like salt or rice, then store in an airtight container for up to six weeks to allow the dried flowers to soak up the aroma.

Press Them in Frames or for Art

Pressing flowers is a great way to preserve their beauty. You can replicate your arrangement on a glass frame or use them to create art. Test out different materials to see what works best for you. This is a fun project to do with kids, and it makes for beautiful home decor.

Make A Crown

Making crowns and beads from dying flower arrangements can be a gorgeous way to give them new life. Gather up the smaller, more delicate blooms and leaves from your arrangement or bouquet and weave them into a pretty crown. You can wear it yourself, gift it, or use it as part of a table setting or decoration.

Compost Them

If you’re looking for a more eco-friendly option, composting is a great way to make use of your wilted flowers. Add them to your compost bin or pile, and they’ll break down into nutrient-rich compost for your garden.

Dying flower arrangements hold their own beauty and there’s no reason to have to throw them away! These are only four simple ideas of what you can do with dying flower arrangements, but there are many other options, as well! Our team of florists would love to help you restore life to your flower arrangements. Contact Chappell’s Florist today!

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