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Clamp or secure your two pieces together. Make sure the pieces are back to back with the finished side (the side with the pretty edging) facing out. Be careful when selecting your drill bit. I put my bolts up to the drill bit to make sure they were about the same size. When in doubt, start small and increase the drill bit size as needed. You can always make bigger, but you can’t make it smaller.
If you use wingnuts instead of the plain flat nuts, it will be easier to tighten & loosen your press.
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That's cool! Looks so easy and beautifully painted :)
Thank you! :D
I used to have a flower press as a kid, I loved it! It had different kinds of papers in it, I guess as blotters to take out the moisture of the flowers. Great tip to use pre-cut wood shapes!

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