There’s something very special about the craft of pressing flowers. Maybe it’s so special because it involves working with real flowers at the peak of their beauty.
Nothing can compare with the joy of working with real flowers. Not only because of their beauty but because they hold a special meaning for us.
I think that part of this meaning lies in a flower’s fragility and fleeting existence. We know that it will only last for a short while.
A flower is but a brief moment in time.
It can be a flower from a wedding bouquet, a leaf from a memorable holiday or a gift from a loved one.
Pressing flowers isn’t just about sticking flowers to cardboard. It’s so much more than that. Pressing flowers connects us with nature.
It’s a way to appreciate the joyful little things that money can’t buy, like a new bud, a curved tendril or a delicate petal.
It makes us more aware of the beauty in nature and gives us a way of looking at the world with appreciative eyes.