How to make a wrist corsage
Corsage Creations wrist bracelets enable you to glue your Corsage rather than the more traditional and difficult method of wiring or taping.
The benefits of this are:
- Save time
- Save money
Each wrist corsage bracelet comes with a disk onto which you can easily glue flowers, greenery and bows.
Time required: 5 minutes
What you will need:
- Wire (optional)
- Corsage creations corsage bracelet
First, cut the calyx flat (see pic 1 above) on the first two roses to create a large surface area for the glue to adhere to. Glue the first two roses together in the middle of the Corsage Creations Flower Bracelet disk
To use the glue, pour a small amount out on a disposable surface. By using the glue off a surface and not from the tube, the drying time is shortened. Remember, glue is cheap in comparison to a returned design, so use plenty. We recommend Oasis Floral Adhesive
Add the remaining roses by gluing them into the sides of the corsage.
Next, cut the second pair of roses at an angle. Glue them in a similar position as you would with wired and taped flowers.
For the last of the florals of the design, add filler flowers and greenery to the Corsage Creations Flower Bracelet corsage. These are glued in to the areas that need a little extra to fill out the design.
Corsage Creations bracelets enable you to quickly and easily make wrist corsages
For video's on how to make a corsage visit www.corsagecreations.co.uk/blog