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Monsters Circus What if the harvested leaves were diverted to become creative media? This is the idea of this DIY which consists of braiding a palm leaf by sliding the ends one under the other. All that remains is to place the creation under glass like a work of art Source: Monsters Circus
The Merry Thought Collecting plants in the press is old-fashioned. The proof with this minimalist presentation made using a metal rod which delicately curves the plant. A white wire and a nail are then enough to hang it on the wall. Source: The Merry Thought
Lili in Wonderland With this framed herbarium, your dried plants and flowers no longer mop up between sheets of paper. Thanks to a glass and brass frame, they become the queens of decoration! A DIY as simple as it is effective. Source: Lili in Wonderland
A Cardboard dream With a herbarium, we carefully store dried leaves. In this modern model, paper replaces plants for an even more personal composition. Vary the colors, patterns and even textures to give style to your paper plants! Source: A Cardboard dream
Twig and Toadstool With a home made paste based on baking soda, cornstarch and water, this blogger has found the ideal medium to highlight her dried flowers and plants collected all summer long. She then decided to pierce the dough to slip a wire into it and make elements that could hang. Source: Twig and Toadstool
Thank you Raoul You've probably seen Sarah K. Benning's vegetable embroidery on Pinterest. In the same spirit but more accessible to novices, this blogger offers us a detailed tutorial to embroider a plant using a drum. To accentuate the herbarium effect, we advise you to hang it on the wall. Source: Thank you Raoul
Miss Kati O. To make this DIY, you have to start by picking up a few leaves in a park or forest and then drying them. So far, nothing very different from a herbarium. But these sheets will actually serve as models for sculpting an eraser which, accompanied by colored inks, will act as a stamp. Source: Miss Kati O.
La Fabutineuse We love the idea that our dried leaves are not ordinary. With this DIY, they will be able to evoke another famous collection: the butterfly display case! By using ginkgo leaves and Posca felts, the prickly insects take shape before our eyes. Source: La Fabutineuse
Idea cabin To reproduce this DIY garland, start by drying leaves and flowers. You can decorate them with glitter felt or leave them as they are. Then make simple knots around the rod with rope and then hold it using masking tape. Source: Idea cabin