Tuesday, July 2, 2013

DIY: A Simple & Fun Way To Make Your Own Wrist Corsage!

Any type of band (available at craft stores)
False flower of your choice
                                  Super glue

Step 1: You have to get rid of the stem, by cutting it with a pair of scissors, or if you want to get rid of the leaves as well, simply pull them away from the main flower.

Step 2: You'll need to superglue the end of a piece of ribbon in any color of your liking, to the base of your flower choice. Once the glue is dry, pull the end of the ribbon underneath one of the outer petals.

Step 3: With the loose end of the ribbon, weave across the width of the band, and then pull tight up to the edge of the flower.

Step 4: Lay the band flat against the base of the flower and again, pull the loose ribbon end underneath the next outer petal. Repeat the weaving back across the band and looping under the petals until the flower is secure from each angle.

Step 5: Once the flower is secure, the ribbon will naturally fall between the beads of the band. You can now neatly tie the end, and place superglue if you want to be doubly safe and cut any excess parts.


                                      …And now you're set!

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