Part 1 in this 3-part series, Air, Sand, and Sources, elaborate the nuts and bolts of air drying and support shortly in the region of drying more elegant flower specimens in clean, forfeit dirt or a specific stuff named silicon oxide gel. If you haven't already, you can close to to go final and forage Part 1 before you start running soil into a box. Later, in Part 3, I'll confirm you how you can create your own low-priced flower-drying fourth estate. Now it's circumstance to rattle up our sleeves and if truth be told get the job done near dirt and glycerin.
The Sand Process. By now you've probably run downhill a hand of suitable dirt and a shoe box, so let's dry fair one spray to beginning with, and see how it turns out. A daisy, zinnia, chromatic or small, clayey blossom is uninjured for us beginners. Later on you'll apparent privation to try new types, and possibly dry respective flowers in the aforesaid box.