How to Make a Wrist Corsage With a Wristlet


Making your own wrist corsage allows you the creativity to mix and match your favorite textures, colors and flora variety for the accessory. A corsage can be made formal such as for a prom, wedding or other event or they can be worn casually with a sun dress or pair of jeans for a feminine touch. Making a wrist corsage with a wristlet proves easy to even the novice crafter, because it only requires a few basic materials.

Step 1

Snip the stems from the daisy flowers of your choice, making sure to leave approximately an inch of stem on each blossom.

Step 2

Snip the stems from the snapdragon flowers all the way up to the bottom sprout of blossoms.

Step 3

Squeeze a dime-sized amount of hot glue on the top surface of the elastic wristlet.

Step 4

Attach the three daisies by the base of the remaining stems to the hot glue spot. Allow the flowers about two minutes to dry as you press firmly.

Step 5

Squeeze a small amount of glue on the exposed remaining stems of the daisies that are glued to the elastic wristlet.

Step 6

Attach the snapdragon blossoms to the glued stems to conceal them with the puffs of flora.

Things You'll Need

  • Daisy flower (3)
  • Snapdragons (2)
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Elastic wristlet (fabric)

Who Can Help

  • Wedding Flowers and Reception Ideas: Easy-to-Make Wrist Corsages
Keywords: floral corsage, corsage diy, flower crafts

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Chelsea Hoffman resides in Las Vegas, Nev., where she is currently working on a dramatic novel titled "Chloe." A published freelance writer for over 15 years, Hoffman writes for GardenGuides, Travels, and a variety of other online and print venues.