DIY Wedding Corsage Craft Tutorial

Add a quirky look to your wedding flowers, match them to your colour themes and wedding style, these can be made months in advance and will last for years to come. 

What you Need

First Edition Flowers Die Set, Foliage Die Set, Pretty Posy 6x6 Paper Pad, Textured Card Stock

Simply Creative Gems

Floristry Wire and Tape

How to Make

1.  Begin by die cutting 3 flowers from the First Edition Flowers die set onto a sheet from your First Edition Pretty Posy 6x6 paper pad. Next die cut two leaves from the First Edition Foliage die set onto a green sheet within your First Edition Textured Card Stock paper pad.

2.  Using the same Pretty Posy paper design, cut out three circles, alternating in size.

3.  Cut two holes at the bottom of each leaf. Thread a length of floristry wire through both leaves.

4.  Once completed, wrap a length of floristry tape around the wire. Repeat this step with your flower die cuts by layering them and binding them together as shown in the previous step.

5.  Once your flower die cuts are secure, curl each layer to add dimension.

6.  Cut your three, Pretty Posy circles into spirals and roll each one to create the rose shape. Secure your rose with Dovecraft Perma Fix Tape.

7.  Adhere one rose shape to the centre of your layered flowers.

8.  Add a length of wire to the two remaining flowers by following step 3 and 4. Once secure, wrap a length of floristry tape around each piece of wire.

9.   Die cut the fern leaf within the First Edition Foliage die set onto a coordinating sheet of Pretty Posy paper. Loop a length of wire around the last two sections on the leaf and secure it with floristry tape.

10.  Put all of the elements together to create your corsage. Wrap a length of floristry tape around the stems to hold it in place.

11.  Add a Simply Creative gem to the centre of each flower to add interest.

12.  Cut a length of your chosen Dovecraft ribbon and with Dovecraft Perma Fix tape, adhere it around the main stem.

13.  Cut a small Pretty Posy circle and stick it to the back of your corsage to hide the wire and ribbon end.

For those busy brides, this easy and elegant wedding accessory will add a lovely touch to your special day! We would love to see your versions so remember to upload them to the project gallery and when uploading to social media #trimcraft

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