Kelsey's Crafts: Flower Card
2. Place the flowers near the crease of an open book and shut the book on the flowers 3. Make sure to stack other books or some form of weight on top of the book with the pressed flowers 4. Wait two or three days for the flowers to flatten and dry 5. After a few days have passed remove the flowers from the book
MAKING THE CARD
4. Glue the pressed flowers onto the poster paper 5. Cut out the dry flowers but be sure to leave extra space around the flowers to glue the paper into the card 6. Unfold the piece of poster paper with the window cut out of it 7. Put glue along the edges of the paper with the flowers and glue it onto the inside of the window
Kelsey’s Crafts is a TYO blog column on how to make simple and fun crafts with children out of things found around the house. Kelsey is the Co-Coordinator of Triple Exposure at TYO. She teaches several art classes to children and youth.