flower corsage

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 flower corsage 

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

Cymbidiums feature large, waxy blooms that make for a striking corsage.  These large flowers grow on a single stalk, with the largest flowers on the bottom, opening up to smaller blooms.   These are simple to make and, coming from the tropical family, have a long life.

You will have to wire your flower corsage, as the Cymbidiums do not have a naturally long stem.  Stagger the heads, so they face different directions.  These look lovely with a large soft bow.

If you need a detailed tutorial, be sure to go to the beginning Galleries for each design style.  After that, you'll find galleries filled with flower recipes, showing a photo and listing the needed flowers and products.  The links below are shortcuts to find a particular design instruction.

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