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Attaching Silk Corsages to Wrist

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If we're using this type of a wrist corsage, attaching the flowers is the next step. If you're using the kind with the Velcro around it, there are two metal brackets, and those brackets hook up right along here, on your wrist, on your corsage. This is a place where it's going to be secure and it's going to balance out on the arm, instead of turning sideways, or falling off or hanging. This one here comes with a bow that you just untie it and what you'll do is, you'll lay your corsage right down the center of that bow and bring your ribbon up around the top. And just tie it, a knot that's nice and secure. Then what I like to do is, actually I'll hit it with some hot glue gun, just to make sure that it's going to attach and not flop. On both sides. This is because you know that the brides, tend to get, or the prom girls tend to get a little crazy and wild at these things. So you want to make sure that the flowers stay on and not fall apart on you. I wouldn't worry, or care about these two pieces right at the moment, but you have to make sure that your corsage is anchored onto the wristband that you're going to be using. And that's the next step in designing a corsage.

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