Get The Most Out of Your POMP Blooms

Get The Most Out of Your POMP Blooms

Ivette's Easy Rosewater Recipe



DIY rosewater? Easy. Our founder, Ivette, is sharing her easy, four-step how-to for her secret to glowing skin.

(1) Remove petals from stems

(2) Soak petals in water, making sure to completely submerge

(3) Boil petals for 5-10 mins

(4) Strain petals from water

(5) Pour water into a spray bottle and use to freshen your home or linens.

Pressed Petal Note Cards



Remove the petals from your old flowers (we can’t get enough of our Blissful bouquet for these cards 😍) and space them apart on a layer of newspaper. Layer another piece of newspaper on top and place the newspapers between two heavy books. Check on the petals about a week later. If the petals are dried, glue them to cardstock to create birthday or anniversary cards that look like they came from a musuem.

Pressed Petal Note Cards

Remove the petals from your old flowers (we can’t get enough of our Blissful bouquet for these cards 😍) and space them apart on a layer of newspaper. Layer another piece of newspaper on top and place the newspapers between two heavy books. Check on the petals about a week later. If the petals are dried, glue them to cardstock to create birthday or anniversary cards that look like they came from a musuem.

DYI Bath Salts



Ready for every day to be Spa Day? We sure are. Dry out your rose petals like you did for your flower-pressed cards. Mix two cups of epsom salt with half a cup of pink himalayan salt. Add 20 drops of your favorite essential oil, like peppermint or eucalyptus. Then, take about a quarter of a cup of dried petals and mix in. Soak for 30 minutes and you’ll come out feeling like you spent a day at the spa.