Dried Citrus Rose Bouquet
Mother’s Day is approaching and flowers are such a timeless staple to show appreciation for your loved ones! Today we are sharing how to make a Dried Citrus Rose Bouquet! This beautiful bouquet is made from used citrus and is another simple way to promote sustainability by having zero waste! It also keeps the house smelling amazing!
These dried rose petals are incredibly easy to make and can be paired with any type of greenery for a gorgeous table centerpiece or a fun surprise on the bedside table!
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- Limoneira navel oranges
- Limoneira mandarin oranges
- Limoneira classic lemons
- Limoneira pink lemons
- Flower pot or vase
- Using a paring knife, start at the top of your orange and begin to peel in a circular motion down the orange.
- Roll long peel to create a rose shape.
- Continue this for all oranges and lemons.
- Let peels dry for 2 weeks.
- Arrange with greenery in a pot to create a citrus bouquet!
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