Martha Stewart Living, Volume 58 May 1998
Use or create cards in colors that complement your pressed flowers. If creating your own, make either a single-fold or accordion-style card, using a bone folder or the edge of a pencil to make sharp creases.
Arrange flowers on a spare sheet of paper as desired.
Use a pair of tweezers to carefully lift each flower; with a small paintbrush, dab the back of each with a bit of craft glue. Affix flowers to the card one at a time. Allow to dry before moving or touching.
Pansies and violas, or other dried flowers
Medium- to heavy-weight paper or blank premade cards
Bone folder or pencil
Clear-drying craft glue
To create personalized stationery, apply pressed pansies to handmade cards or to notepaper and matching envelopes. Pansies pressed on their stems work especially well for this project.