flower corsage

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A daisy flower corsage is a tried and true favorite for prom, homecoming and weddings.  They are easy to create and the flowers hold up well.

For this design, you'll need the following fresh flowers and florist supplies:


I can never say it enough (if you've read my other tutorials), but flower design always starts with processing your flowers correctly.  With the use of a few recommended products, you will extend the life of your fresh wedding flowers.

This flower corsage can be wired and taped, being worn on the wearer's left shoulder or on the wrist.  Wrist corsages are the most popular, and a variety of corsage bracelets or creating your own with decorative wire can give you a very unique look.

If you are new to floral design, be sure to check out the beginning tutorials.  Every gallery of flower design starts with the step by step picture tutorials, and then go on to Flower Recipes, which show a picture of a design and lists the needed flowers and florist products.

Below you'll find quick links for making flower corsages, including both the traditional wire techniques and the newer, glued method using Oasis Fl

Corsage and Boutonniere design tips

Glued Corsage Tutorial

DIY Bracelet w/Ribbon Ties

Corsage Supplies

How to Make a Corsage Bow

Wiring a Rose

Stitch Wiring Leaves

Double Ended Corsages

Satin Corsage Leaves

Wired Corsage Tutorial

DIY Wire Corsage Bracelets

Corsage Jewels

Making Ribbon Loops

Wiring Button Mums & Daisies

Wiring Fragile Blooms

Supporting Drooping Leaves

Fitz EasyPin

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