These are the flowers that hubby and kids gave me for mother's day last year. Instead of throwing it, I dried them and save it as remembrance. When we were in Korea, I used to freeze the flowers I received but I threw it away when we had to leave.
It's been a while since we last visited Sugarcreek. We used to go there almost every weekend just so we can drive around and see other ...
I just dried some flowers myself this week and framed them this morning.ReplyDelete
I used to save mine and dry them. But they'd break up and then when we'd move I couldn't keep them.ReplyDelete
So I quit drying flowers.
And honestly I haven't gotten roses for years now.
Yours look beautiful dried!
i used to dry roses but i stopped recently lang.ReplyDelete
by the way mare, pa-follow din ha? thank u.
how's it going?
I dried some of the flowers from my daughter's wedding bouquet. I would never have thought of freezing them!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit!
Wonderful shots of freeze flowers.ReplyDelete
still lovely even if it's dry. i wonder what will i receive for mother's day this year?ReplyDelete
I have a couple still...that I pressed in a book, from nearly 5 decades ago.ReplyDelete
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love that spongeboby thing ahihihi.. was here Rose... kahit masakit ang tiyan... :)ReplyDelete
I don't tend to keep my flowers, but I love yours! Thank you for leaving the link and stopping by my blog.ReplyDelete
oh....yes, we'll admit it, we do throw them away! Although, we both dried our wedding bouquets....does that count? :) Your's are gorgeous, almost thought they were silk at first - very pretty!!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend!
Sa amin trashcan na kapag natuyo ..Pero parang like k yon idea na when its dried frame it after ... Like the sponge bob cute!ReplyDelete
I dry mine too;o)
I don't know, never receive any flowers from anyone, hehehe. I don't give flowers either. I give gifts and chocolates instead. More practical, hehehe. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.ReplyDelete
ngee...ako, pagka lanta, tapon hehehehe.ReplyDelete
napa check tuloy ako sa SSS if andon ba link ko hehehe...andon naman hehe
Great idea. Ang ganda.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous week!
Liz @ MLC
i used to press flowers between the pages of a book.:p it's great for framing, too. lovely idea.ReplyDelete
Mellow Yellow Monday
I like to dry mine, too! - but I prefer painting the fresh ones!ReplyDelete
you are really fond at keeping things that are special to you sis Rose..sweetReplyDelete
I also did this when I was still single and my husband (ex boyfriend) was still giving me flowers. haha. this is a nice idea.ReplyDelete
I've never done this.
I throw it away most of the time. ^_^ReplyDelete
That was resourceful of you, Rose! I had a batch of dried flowers here from Hubby too. :) My Yellow MondayReplyDelete
nope. after the flowers have dried up, i make them into potpourris...ReplyDelete
meron ako dati from my then BF tinapon ko ng magbreak na lang kmi..I am that senti..weeee...ReplyDelete