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Silica Gel is not a toy - please keep out of reach of children. Do not eat Silica Gel. Once you have used Silica Gel in a container, wash the container thoroughly if you intend using it for the preparation or storage of food stuff.
Dried Box and air-dried long stemmed yellow Roses, loosely arranged in an ancient Terracotta urn - Somehow it just works.
Fruit and Spice wreath - Dried
Orange and Lemon slices, Box, dried
Cloves soaked and threaded onto
cotton, bundles of Cinnamon,worked
onto a straw wreathbase.
Door bouquet of air-dried yellow and orange Roses and Baby's Breath.
An example of a Rose dried
with leaves intact using Silica Gel.
And here are my Blue Roses, I dried in Silica Gel them along with their Pink sister.
Various Silica Gel dried Roses arranged in a basket.
This wreath gave me years of pleasure - Silica Gel rried Roses, Daisies, Buttercups with air-dried Lichen Button Roses and Box.
A table wreath with Silica Gel dried Roses, air-dried leaves and Baby's Breath.
Pink and Yellow Silica Gel dried Roses with air-dried Lavander.
Yellow and apricot Silica Gel dried Roses and air-dried leaves.
Delicate Bluebells dried with Silica Gel reproduced
with the kind permission of
Stunning examples of Rosa
Moyesii Geranium reproduced with the kind permission of