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In this version, I used the same ribbons that are in the bridal bouquet, but I changed the bead colors to off-white and silver. If making a similar corsage for the “Mother of the Groom”, try using the same design with a few subtle changes. For example, use the same “streamer” ribbon as the bouquet, but leave out the folds of wide, wired ribbon. 44 Bridal Veil, Rose-Bud 1, pre-cut, tulle veil (with beaded edge, if available) 1, White satin headband 1 1/2 hanks of white, 11/0 seed beads 1 1/2 hanks of silver-lined clear, 11/0 seed beads 24 gauge, white beading wire, or 26 gauge white paddle wire White, bead or button thread Clear craft cement (Liquid Nails Clear®, or E6000®) Krazy Clue® PETALS Make 10 (white) (round top.

Thread the decorative fabric on to the coat hanger wires, glue it in place, on the underside of the cardboard, and trim the edges. 11. Wrap the lower coat hanger wires with ribbon or use floral clay to secure them in a decorative bouquet holder. The “Mother of the Bride” corsage is also made using the same petal pattern. In this version, I used the same ribbons that are in the bridal bouquet, but I changed the bead colors to off-white and silver. If making a similar corsage for the “Mother of the Groom”, try using the same design with a few subtle changes.

Continue beading until you complete row 12. ) b. At the end of row 12, you will be at the top basic wire. Add 4 beads to the basic wire. Bead up and hack down these beads. ) Complete row 13. c. ” d. Find something small and flat—like a Popsicle® stick—and place it inside the cup. e. Hold it tightly against the basic wire, and pinch the cup flat. f. Bend the tab and the tip of the cup outward. 31 INSERTS (round top, round bottom) Make 10 (white) 1/2” basic, 5 rows a. After completing row 4, add 4 beads to the basic wire b.

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