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DIY Flower Pin

If you are looking to stylish up your dress, then you have come to the right place ladies. The DIY project for today is all about giving your dress that little yet stylish look. The name for our Diy project today is Fresh Flower Pin. What you are going to do is create a flower pin that you can either attach to your dress or on your purse to give a nice little retro look.

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Supplies:-




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Supplies needed to make the fresh flower pin are as follows.

  • Any flower you like, we went ahead with the White Football Mum
  • Clippers
  • Wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Pins
  • Tape

How-to:-

The process of making these flower pin corsages is really simple and also it does not take a long time to be done with it. So you can really create these flower pin corsages for any kind of events like going to a party or a casual dinner date.

Step 1:-

The first step is to take a white football mum flower and carefully cut its stem from about an inch away from the bloom’s head.

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Step 2:-

Now take a piece of floral wire and pass it through the stem’s base located right below the bloom’s head.

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Step 3:-

Now fold this passed floral wire along both sides of the flower’s stem.

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Step 4:-

Take out the floral tape and whilst pinching with your thumb and forefinger, pull on the tape while you twist it along the sides of the stem for covering up the floral wire and the entire stem.

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Step 5:-

Now use those wire cutters for cutting off the taped and wired stem from about 1 inch away from the flower’s head.  Be sure to leave enough stem for easily attaching the whole thing either to your dress or your accessory items.

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Step 6:-

For adhering it onto the shirt, belt or a bag, use two pins.

There you have it; your flower pin corsage made from a fresh flower is ready to be worn.

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