flower corsage

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Every flower corsage, whether worn on the wrist or pinned to a shoulder, needs a base to be created on.  If you choose a corsage wristlet, most of the newer ones have a large square silicone pad that the leaves and flowers can be glued onto directly.

If you make your own wrist corsage holder that is tied on with ribbon, be sure to check out the quick links below for step by step directions. 

Floral design always starts with processing your flowers correctly.  The recommended products are affordable and really do make a difference on flower life.

If you need more detailed help on design, check out the Quick Links below to take you to the right tutorial.  Mist the finished flowers with a flower sealant, allow to dry and store in refrigeration if possible.

Use the detailed description below to guide the placement of your flowers.  This corsage can be constructed with both the wired method and the glued method detailed in the links below.


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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