Introduction: Real Living Orchid Brooch Favors

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This is an instructable for making a living brooch favors.

The reason I did this instructable was...

  1. to make favors as a special door gifts for the guests.
  2. as a novel way to distribute and then, friends and relatives can propagate the scions of unique orchids.
  3. as a memento of the any special day.

Step 1: Items

Picture of Items

You can obtain this items in the embroidery section of your departmental store.(except for the orchids)

  1. Iron wire
  2. Purple wool yarn
  3. Safety pin
  4. Orchid
  5. Ribbons


  1. Wire cutter
  2. Scissor

Step 2: The Frame

Picture of The Frame
  1. Firstly, I cut the iron wire about 6" in length.
  2. Then, I bend the wire in the middle.
  3. I twist both end of the wire to attach to the safety pin.

Step 3: The String

Picture of The String

Next, I knit the frame with the purple wool yarn.

Step 4: The Orchid

Picture of The Orchid

Lastly, I tie the knitted frame and the orchid with the ribbons.


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TheOrchidGirl (author)2016-06-27

I <3 orchids sooooo much!!!

Great idea!!!

Maybe you should add a care sheet to the orchid.

Do you grow orchids?

If so, what kind??

I grow orchids!!!

Btw, I think the orchid you have is some type of cattleya. :D

IbniH (author)TheOrchidGirl2016-06-27

I'm just starting to grow orchids. You can share tips on growing orchids with me :)
Since the brooch were made to distribute to the guests, I just spray a little with water.
Yes, may be it's cattleya, I really don't know... however it has a small size flower about 10mm and its either white or yellow. The orchids I used for brooch were given by my friend. Sorry again, I don't know the species name.
Thanks for commenting.

Meglymoo87 (author)2016-05-19

Great 'ible :)

IbniH (author)Meglymoo872016-05-20

Thanks for commenting

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