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3 decorative ideas for recycling garden flowers

3 decorative ideas for recycling garden flowers



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Usually thrown away or left abandoned in the middle of the garden, the wilted flowers and plants now find a second life thanks to recovery. As with cooking and maintenance recipes, petals are also used in decoration to bring a little life to our interior space. Discover our creative workshops that are quick and easy to carry out.

We recycle the flowers on the walls

Green is popular! To bring a vegetal atmosphere into our interior, we can create paintings from dead plants and wilted flowers. A fun and aesthetic way to use the little bits of nature in the garden to stage them on paper before framing them on the wall. On the same principle as a herbarium, we have fun selecting flowers, petals or leaves recently fallen before immobilizing them on a nice background. Simply lying or arranged in a singular shape, it is within everyone's reach to design a small work of art with these pieces of foliage. Once fixed with a few dots of glue, the composition comes to life in a pretty frame before interfering in the decor of the house.

Who said that nature and culture are opposed?

A floral table decoration for a summer lunch

An improvised lunch with the in-laws or a simple desire to treat yourself to a nice table for dinner: we dig in the garden to collect petals and fallen leaves. But to change from the usual table runner made of flowers scattered here and there, we are recreating new species here by combining the different samples collected. Glue point or fishing line is enough to combine these new freshly made cuttings which will serve as a centerpiece. A simple activity to carry out that will keep young and old alike busy!

A few petals on the table runner give a natural touch to your decor.

A visual interior scent thanks to fallen petals

We perfume the interior with elegance! Vases, water glasses, stemware, tealight holders or even a pretty glass salad bowl: all the transparent containers in the house can be used to create a pretty natural setting. Similar to a potpourri, this interior fragrance is shaped according to your desires with the colors of the garden with the only difference that water will be the basic element of your composition. We choose preferably freshly fallen petals for more intense scents before placing them in the manner of a rosette. Once the container is half full of water, carefully place the pieces of recovered nature. This fresh and delicate assembly will perfume the space in addition to decorating the room with a beautiful corner of nature. To have wherever you want!

Floating daisy heads for an original decorative touch.