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Tuesday, January 22

DIY Wrist Corsage

As I mentioned yesterday, I will be attending Alt Summit this week so I decided to do a little diy wrist corsage to dress up an outfit I am wearing on Friday evening. I am wearing a boutineer on most of my outfits throughout the conference, but I thought a pretty wrist corsage would be a nice change of pace and a little unexpected.

wrist corsage diy

I didn’t do a detailed how-to because it was exactly the same as making a floral hair clip and I already did that tutorial here. Just follow the direction up to step 5, but instead of adding a hair clip, you just glue the flowers to the ribbon you are using to tie around your wrist. Easy!

wrist corsage diy

Doesn’t that look lovely? I will be sure to take a picture of the whole outfit and post it here next week.

wrist corsage diy

 

 

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8 Responses

  1. jess says:

    Beautiful! Think I need one of these!

  2. How splendidly lovely! One needs all the flowers (fake or real) that they can get during this long second half of winter. Wonderful project, thank you for sharing, dear lady.

    ♥ Jessica

  3. Selina says:

    Now that I know what a corsage is, I’m not sure so sure I like it. Too big an accessory for me

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