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Amy Marella is showing you how to save money by making your own corsages.

Materials for Floral Wristlet

  • Base (like an elastic bland)
  • Flowers (preferably small roses or orchids and filler flowers like berries)
  • Floral wire
  • Stretchy Floral Tape

Materials for Floral Cuff

  • Jewelry Cuff (Any type works!)
  • Flowers (preferably small roses or orchids and filler flowers like berries)
  • Floral Glue

Materials for Floral Bracelet

  • Twine
  • Heads of succulents (or other hearty flowers that you’d like)
  • Ribbon
  • Floral Adhesive

Directions for Floral Wristlet

  1. Cut flowers at the top of the stem to the bud
  2. Poke a hole into the head of the flower so it looks like a T
  3. Take stretchy floral tape and stretch it so it flattens
  4. Start at the top and twist floral tape all the way down
  5. Repeat for each flower
  6. Arrange your flowers together and wrap the whole arrangement with floral tape
  7. Put flowers on base and bend around the flowers
  8. Add a ribbon in the middle, or any other pieces you’d like!
  9. Will last up to two days in the fridge

Directions for Floral Cuff

  1. Cut flowers at the stop of the stem to the bud
  2. Add floral adhesive to bottom of flower, press lightly to cuff and hold for a minute or two
  3. Repeat with as many additional flowers you’d like!
  4. Will last up to two days in the fridge

Directions for Floral Bracelet

  1. Measure twine to wrist and leaving extra for braiding
  2. Make a knot in the middle of the twine and braid either end
  3. Use floral adhesive to glue succulents and other flowers to the twine
  4. Add ribbon to the ends of the twine for an added touch!
  5. Will last up to two days in the fridge

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