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Ok, I promise this is the LAST one. I realized how big the others were and thought maybe some people would want a smaller one. Certainly, you can ...
You will need: Ribbon Assortment Glue GUn & Sticks Scissors Needle & Thread Fake flower Beads Clear, Stretch Thread Velcro Some kind of Artistic design that's flat (I ...
I'm using fake flowers. Using fresh flowers is much prettier, but is a completely different process. I'll explain at the end. Choose a flower that will flatten out, ...
Position the flower, turn it over, and glue the stem flat on the back. Glue on the butterfly, using a scrap piece of wide, satin ribbon to push ...
I sewed a 7" piece of thin, green ribbon at the ends, and glued to the back, but you could skip sewing it and just glue it. Next, ...
By this time, the back of the flower looks pretty gnarley. Cut a small piece of velcro and glue it to the back of the flower, covering the ...
This is a different way to secure the corsage. Use clear, stretch thread to measure around your arm. Leave yourself some extra, so you can tie it off. ...
Ta-Da! As I promised in step 2, I'll tell you how to make the fresh flower corsage. You'll have to dump the glue gun, and opt for florist ...
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