DIY Fabric Flower Corsage

by Kirsten Nunez ; Updated September 28, 2017

Only basic jewelry-making skills are needed for this project.

How to Make a Fabric Flower Corsage

Instead of splurging on a fancy corsage, try making a DIY version customized to fit your style and taste.

Things You'll Need

Fabric Fabric scissors Rhinestone or flat-back gem Beads Stretch string Hot glue gun *Measuring tape

Cut a segment of fabric measuring 16 inches by 2 inches.

Cut a scalloped edge across the long side of the fabric. You can cut freehand, like this version, or create a guide by drawing a scalloped pattern on the fabric first.

Add a dot of glue to the bottom corner of the first "petal."

Fold the next petal in half and onto the hot glue.

Add a dot of hot glue to the bottom of the folded petal.

Repeat Steps 3 to 5, fanning out the petals as you glue each one in place, until the entire row has been folded and glued.

Cut a segment of fabric measuring 1 1/4 inch by 1/2 inch.

Glue the top and bottom of this piece to the back of the flower to create a loop.

Glue the rhinestone to the center of the flower.

Cut a strand of stretch string measuring 1 1/2 times your wrist measurement. Use a bit more string than you think you need to make it easier to tie a knot later.

Add beads to the stretch string.

Slide the beaded string through the fabric loop.

Tie the ends of the stretch string together and cut away the excess.

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