Well if you have ever needed a corsage quick, look you can do this, I did!
I bought all of my different supplies from Hobby Lobby half price or any craft store.
These are some things I bought to do my corsage. Pick out a few flowers you like. I also picked out two different kinds of wired ribbon to match one wider than the other.
The flowers were 99 cents each so I got them for 49 cents each. Ribbon was the most half of $3.99 so $2 each spool.
I even bought a corsage holder to put it in just like you get from the florist. Hey half of 77 cents. so 38 cents....
I used a hot glue gun to glue the flowers to the ribbon bed. Something you normally already have for crafts.
I saw corsages with ribbon ties or a stretchy sequin band. So I bought some of both.
This was $1.25.
See how pretty
WHAT DO YOU THINK. I MADE THIS IN ABOUT 30 MINUTES. REALLY AND HAVE NEVER MADE ONE BEFORE. IT WAS REALLY EASY!
I cut a piece of cardboard about 2 X 3 inches oval and then hole punched like this in photo. Use the long ribbon ties to secure this to the back of the flowers on the ribbon bed. Then tie this to the sequin arm band just made buy punching two holes and inserting the ribbon through near the seam that you just sewed. After tying tightly cut your ribbon. Hide the ends behind the seams. I put a piece of clear packing tape around the seam so not to bother you while wearing it.
This is what you can do with no advance warning when our teenagers want a corsage for the dance and no time to order...AND it was less price. I paid about $7 for all of this. NICE Until next time! Come back to see what treasures I might be making.