This sweet rose corsage is shown as a shoulder pin on . . . but can easily be converted to a wrist corsage designed on a bracelet.
The products you'll need for this corsage are:
Gluing corsages with professional floral adhesive is much faster than the traditional wire and tape method. Please note that hot glue cannot be substituted because it will damage flowers. Cool melt glue will becomes brittle and breaks apart when refrigerated.
Glue the ivy leaves in place on the Design Disk. Starting with the center rose, cut stem straight across so there is 1" stem. Glue onto the design disk directly in the center standing straight up.
Cut more roses, on diagonal slant, and glue around center rose, clustering. The stems need to get a little longer as you go.
Finish by gluing in loops of corsage ribbon and ribbon tails.
Mist finished corsage with flower sealant (Finishing Touch) and allow to dry before refrigerating.
More detailed step by step photos and instructions can be found at the links below.