A white rose corsage can be made quickly gluing your corsages together with professional floral adhesive and using a magnet shoulder holder.
For this beautiful corsage, you will need the following supplies:
Using magnets eliminate the worry of snagging sheer fabric with corsage pins. The flowers can be glued directly to this flexible disk for a traditional shoulder corsage.
Note: Magnets should never be used on someone with a heart pacemaker.
Cut the roses short and glue to the magnetic disk first.
Stem the stephanotis, cut short and glue into place, tucking between the roses.
Glue the lisianthus buds into place.
Create short loops of corsage ribbon, tape the ends tightly with florist tape and glue into place, tucking between the flower heads.
Finish by gluing the baby's breath and the ivy into place.
Mist the finished corsage with Finishing Touch and allow to dry before placing in the refrigerator.