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  1. Patricia Elwell says:

    Nice idea Jennifer! I am growing more botanicals to dry in my garden this year. This is a beautiful way to present them!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      I’m going to grow more flowers for drying too this year! I’ll see you Thursday??

  2. What a fun idea Jennifer! Love showcasing the flowers but in a bit of a neutral way. Now you truly can have flowers in every room of the house.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much, Diane!

  3. Jennifer – Love this look. I always like to bring natural elements into my home, this is definitely one I’d like to try. Great job!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks, Regina!!

  4. Such a clever idea, Jennifer! Such beautiful texture and pattern…and a clever way to display the flowers! This would make such a lovely gift for Mother’s Day or any occasion. Thanks for another great Handcrafted share!

  5. Jennifer,
    It turned out so cute. Great job. Now I want to make one. LOL. Thanks for having me along this month. It was a treat.

  6. Jennifer this is gorgeous! I love how you added the yarn, it gives it boho vibes. I did something similar with my wedding bouquet. Such a pretty way to treasure sentimental flowers.

  7. This is the cutest project, Jennifer. I love how you wove the yarn and added your dried flowers. Thanks for sharing your talents. You are amazing!

  8. Just love this idea. I will dry some flowers this winter and make this for a Christmas present. So beautiful and well done.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      That’s a great idea! I’m planting so many flowers this year with drying in mind.