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This corsage can be made out of inexpensive materials, using either fake, or real flowers. Most of the materials for this came from the dollar store, or Wally-world, ...
You will need the following: Needle and Thread Ribbon Assortment Pre-made bow (sticky back is better) Hot glue gun and glue Scissors Mesh material Stapler Fake flowers (White ...
Cut out a 10" x 10" piece of sheer material that has some sturdiness to it. Fold it in half 2 times, until it makes a square. Cut ...
After you have the bottom piece even, you can add some of the embellishments. I used stick-on clear jewels, and some crystal sprigs I found in the wedding-craft ...
Before you put on the bow, you may want to "layer" your work to give it a more glamorous feel. Cut 2 pieces each of Satin and sheer ...
You can either make your own bow, or buy one. It was far less aggravation to purchase a pre-made bow that came 2 for $1.00. As a bonus, ...
I used fake flowers from the dollar store, but you could easily use real ones. For real flowers, take off the green leaves, and cut the stems very ...
Glue on any final embellishments you want. I added blue rhinestones, more snowflakes, and some beads that I glued together.
You can make any kind of wrist strap that you want. The most secure would be velcro, but for this, I used wide, sheer ribbon. (See my other ...
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