Step 1: Supplies
A pair of old jeans
A men's white button up
Some fuse-able interfacing
A bit of muslin or scrap fabric
A needle and thread
Some sort of cutting tool
A handy dandy threadbanger Janome sewing machine
About 34 minutes of your time
Step 2: Cut out Fuse-able Interfacing, iron on scrap fabric
Cut out a piece that's about 3 inches by 8 inches.
Lay the shiny glue side of your interfacing face up and place you scrap fabric on top of it.
Flip it over and iron for a few seconds.
Step 3: Fold you fabric in half, draw and stich around a 2 inch circle
Take it over to your sewing machine and trace your circle with a straight stitch
Cut out the circle along the stitch.
You now have your corsage base!
Step 4: Attach the elastic like a band
Head back to your sewing machine and attach it to the middle of the base like a loop. This will be what your date puts on her wrist.
Put the base with attached elastic wrist cuff aside.
Step 5: Measure, chalk and cut out a rectangle from your button-up
This is going to be your flower.