Create these charming corsages with crepe paper, ribbon and a
bit of glue.
Start by cutting a strip of crepe paper about 7.5 cm wide with
the scalloped scissors.
Stitch along one of the edges, ruching it together as you
Wind the paper in a circle with the ruched side at the center,
to make the flower shape.
Use a dot of glue to secure the bottom, and stick to a piece of
ribbon to attatch to your bridesmaid's wrist.
SEE MORE DIY DETAILS
Crepe paper, from 50p per sheet,
greatart.co.uk.Scalloped-edge scissors,£2, hobbycraft.co.uk.UHU
gun, £2.50 for 125ml, paperchase.com.Ribbon, rom £1.50 per metre,
vvrouleaux.com.Bridesmaids dress, £225, maidtomeasure.com
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