If you buy a few oranges on your next trip to the grocery store, you have the makings for some decor accents.
Dehydrated orange slices are simple to make. They are a great transitional decoration to use all through the fall and into the Holidays.
The process is so simple that I feel sort of silly telling you how.
Cut some slices…..
Blot as much juice as possible with a paper towel.
Place the slices in a single layer on baking sheets.
Put them in a 200 degree oven.
Let them dry for about 2 hours.
Be sure to check them often in the last half hour. Sometimes a thinly sliced section will burn.
Take the dried slices out of the oven and cool on a wire rack.
That is all there is to it!
The dried fruit looks nice mixed with some cinnamon sticks and baby pine cones.
The little copper strainer is just the right size for the windowsill over the sink.
I added some pine cones and orange slices to a small potted plant. It is a nice transitional Thanksgiving vibe.
I found these inspirations for other uses of dried orange slices.
The thermometer here reads 19 degrees….a great day to have a slow oven toasting some orange slices.
Have A Great Day!
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