Roses are really easy to dry -- Look for ones either in you garden or to buy that are fairly fresh -- and not too past peak. They need a place where the air is fairly dry -- you have to be careful that they dry out before rotting. Do not leave in direct sunlight as the sun will fade out the color. I find my house is perfect in winter months for drying -- when the air in the house is dry and harsh but we will see what happens here in July.
While at trader Joes, I found these roses on sale called "Savoy". They are a creamy shade, with darker pink around the edge. They looked like they were in decent shape.
The smaller tea roses dry better since there is less chance of rotting because they dry faster. The pink shades dry really
nicely. The color intensifies as they dry so a pale pink might become
quite vibrant when dry. These are not the smaller tea roses and I'm not sure how the creamy shade will dry so we will have to see how they come out.
So, all you do is take off wrapper -- hang in a dry spot -- out of direct sunlight. Here are mine hanging in a corner of my kitchen. You might want to group them into smaller bunches so that they don't touch one another -- or separate by stuffing some tissue paper in center of the bunch. A fan might help also to dry them more quickly. Check on them in two weeks or so and make sure the stems are completely dry and stiff before taking down. You then can arrange in a vase will some kind of filler like baby's breath or dried greens or break buds from stems and use to decorate a wreath or wall hanging. Check back here in two weeks to see how these come out and see what I plan to do with them. You can visit my Etsy shop here to see some of my wreaths and wall hangings.