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Preserve Flowers With This Easy Press

As your customers start preparing for gardening season, share this easy-to-build flower press so they can preserve and enjoy the bounties of their gardens. The press is built from items you already carry in the store and the size and look can be customized depending on the DIYers’ needs.

Click here to download your Project Point Package for this DIY today.

What’s in Your Project Point Package

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  1. DIY Instructional Guide
    This downloadable and printable PDF makes it easy to share this project with your customers. The guide includes step-by-step instructions, a supply list, necessary tools and color photos of each step. There is also a editable version to include your company’s logo and information.
  2. Merchandise Planogram
    The merchandise planogram lists all of the supplies and tools a customer would need to complete the project. It offers suggestions on how to display and merchandise the supplies and tools so you can easily promote and sell the project to your customers.
  3. Social Media Posting Guide
    The social media posting guide provides everything you need to share this project on your own social media channels. The guide includes suggested copy for Facebook and Instagram, project photos and customizable posts to fit your company’s branding and needs.
Supplies You’ll Need

  • Plywood
    any size
  • Carriage Bolts
    4 – ¼-inch by 4-inch
  • Washers
    4 – 5/16-inch
  • Wing Nuts
    4 – ¼-inch
  • Cardboard
    large piece
  • Watercolor Paper
  • Power Drill
    with 5/20-inch bit
  • Saw
  • Scissors

Click here for step-by-step instructions or to download a PDF.

Pressed Petal Projects
Learn about other pressed petal projects customers can make here.

About Lindsey Thompson

Lindsey joined the NHPA staff in 2021 as an associate editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. A native of Ohio, Lindsey earned a B.S. in journalism and minors in business and sociology from Ohio University. She loves spending time with her husband, two kids, two cats and one dog, as well as doing DIY projects around the house, going to concerts, boating and cheering on the Cleveland Indians.

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