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Easy-to-use Cider or Fruit Presses, Durable Fruit Pressing Bags, Convenient Fruit Shredder, Unique Colonial Flower Presses, A great Bookbinding Press, Handcrafted Soap Making Mold Sets. Please inquire about this valuable, time-saving service. Available right now is our flat, clear, polymer-based sealer. All wood items are custom-quality, handmade by an experienced Maine Craftsman. Items are...
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Press a Flower offers Franklin Farm flower pressing materials, an inspirational gallery and beautiful custom creations. Flower pressing is not only an art form, but is also an elegant and simple way of preserving mementos. Press your flowers as a way of preserving the memories of weddings, celebrations of life, school dances, or just your fabulous garden! Pressing flowers has been practiced as...
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Although we work in many different media's the process of creating this botanical art is basically the same. Whether it is a small magnet or a large 16” x 20” wild flower garden picture we start with the background (aspen wood, plywood, handmade paper, lace or other suitable product that will...
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Sugar Delites has cake decorating supplies like alphabet cutters, fondant molds, and flower veiners for unique sugar art for pastry artists. Shop today. Let your creative juices run wild and treat freshly baked confections as your canvas with cake decorating supplies from our specialty inventory....
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Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Beat the butter and both sugars with an electric mixer at medium-high speed until light and fluffy. Beat in the vanilla, then beat in the salt. On low speed, gradually beat in the flour just until incorporated. Dip the mold in flower and then tap off the excess...
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Very pleasantly surprised by the facility at the Mesa Arts Center. Sam Troxell taught the class. We started out in the jewelry lab with the presses and punch-outs to create our initial pieces out of copper sheet. Then we moved to the blacksmithing lab outdoors (great ventilation) for applying the powder and curing it. For my own uses, I didn't like the number of layers that had to be laid down...
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