flower corsage

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This flower corsage is a sweet blend of pale and darker yellows.  Calla lilies, miniature carnations and sunny alstroemeria are ready to slip on any girl's wrist.  This design is quick and easy with the flowers being glued directly on the silicone pad of a corsage bracelet.

For a similar corsage, you will need the following fresh flowers and florist hard goods:

Please use the photo below as guidance where the flowers are to be glued into place.

Please don't use hot melt glue.  This type of glue can damage the flowers and becomes brittle when stored in refrigeration.  Once the corsage is assembled, mist with a flower sealant, allow to dry and store in refrigeration until the wedding.

If you need more guidance, you may wish to browse through the step by step tutorials found in Corsage Galleries I and II.  You may also look through the Quick Design Tips for corsages found at the bottom of this page.

corsage designing tips

Glued Corsage Tutorial

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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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