-Flower Press or Microwave Flower Press $9 at a craft store, or home and garden store
-Construction Paper, or any backing of your choice
-Mod Podge $4 at a craft store, and it lasts for a long time
-Picture frame, of any sort
Step 1: Step 2
After your flowers are ready to roll, next you will need to cut out your paper and/or backing to fit the size of your picture frame.
The flowers I chose for my example are a Hellebore and a Pansy
Step 2: Step 2
This step is the hardest, but trust me on this. Mod Podge will become clear once dried, but when you're painting it on it looks like nasty white glue all over your beautiful flowers. I needed about a quarter sized amount of Mod Podge for this size image, which I poured onto the excess paper I cut the backing from. Take your paint brush and coat the entirety of the flowers with just one layer of the adhesive.
The image below shows how the initial painting should look like.