DIY | Corsage with elegant Charmelia
As you know, the every so charming Charmelia can be used in different styles and is suitable for bouquets as well as arrangements. How? Try it yourself with the following Step by Step! Why corsages are a bonus to florists? Read more below.
Florist make these with one hand tied behind their backs: corsages, flower crowns and buttonholes with fresh flowers and plants. Ideal for corporate events or professional ballroom dancers for example. Speak to people’s imagination by choosing flower varieties that suit the atmosphere. The graceful look and pastel shades of the Charmelia are a perfect match for the elegance of a ballroom dancer. Extra bonus to florists: ballroom dancers do not waltz without a flower corsage!
- White 2-mm aluminium wire - 60 m 2-mm Al. wire, 500 g
- Waterproof tape - Anchor Tape 50 m 12-mm
- White 25-mm satin ribbon -- 25 m 25-mm satin
- Cold glue
- Various dry flowers, such ass Nigella, Lunaria and Cortaderia
- Gypsophila pink
- And finally, of course, Charmelia!!
- Use subtle materials to prevent the corsage becoming too big or heavy.
- In the picture, the Charmelia was mixed with rustic dried flowers. Select flower varieties that complement a specific feature, in this case the elegance of the Charmelia.
- Is the base finished? Glue the materials onto the wristband with cold glue.
- No time to make the base yourself? In the webshop you can find ready-made versions. Just as easy if all the bridesmaids want to wear to the same corsage.
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