make it yourself
Jennifer Howard | Cottage on Bunker Hill
Here is a fun way to display dried flowers in your home. Learn how to make a DIY woven dried botanical shadowbox in this step-by-step guide.
You will need an unfinished art frame like this one, they come in a variety of sizes at the craft store. This one is 10x20.
I measured out a piece of muslin fabric to fit the back of the frame. Then brushed Mod Podge on the frame and adhered the fabric to it.
Starting in the corner I glued the end of the cord about 4 inches in then started weaving the cord back and forth.
I made 5 rows of 14. Then I ran the macrame cord across the entire frame 6 times back and forth.
Lastly, I wove dried botanical stems in and out of the macrame cord. Varying where and how I added them.