Dried flowers convey a colorful fall atmosphere, and a hand-tied assortment of them, whether large or small, gathers your favorite flowers in an easy way. Display your finished arrangement in a basket, rest it on a table, or hang it from an interior door. When choosing items, think of the bouquet in layers. First, add the filler for the arrangement's base, things such as silver king artemisia, rosemary, and dill. Then include flowers of assorted sizes, shapes, and colors. On top, add the extra touches.
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