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Use this method with roses or any other flower--they last for years if you take care of them right! You'll want to wait until your flowers *just* start ...
You'll need string, scissors and your flowers. You'll also need a place to hang them.
Pull off any petals that are already coming off, and trim off the leaves if you don't want them. (I prefer to take all the leaves off) You'll ...
Cut your string into as many lengths as you have flowers to hang. I cut them around 10 inches or so.
Tie your string to the flower. Try to find a nub to tie it under so when you hang it upside down the string won't slip off.
Tie all the ends of your flowers' strings to something. I happen to have an empty curtain rod to hang mine from. You can also try tying a ...
Wait a couple weeks and you have some lovely dried flowers to decorate with.
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