5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

The other day I went over to the Los Angeles Flower Market to pick up some beautiful ranunculus to take to Jaime’s casa. If you haven’t ever been there, I highly, highly recommend it. You are completely surrounded by every flower you could ever imagine and they are, for the most part, at an incredibly affordable price. We kept gawking at them and couldn’t let them just hang out in the vase, so we found a way to wear them by making a 5-minute flower corsage.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

Pick out your favorite flowers and let’s get started.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

Check out the 5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage after the jump…

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage
Cut a piece of ribbon to fit the size of your wrist, add about 6 inches to tie a bow. Pick out the flowers you want to use. I really liked the ranunculus because they had a flat base and could be attached easily.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage
Lay out the flowers onto the ribbon. Move them around until you find the perfect layout.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage
Hot glue them all down. Let it dry and then tie it around your wrist.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage
It’s literally that easy! Please excuse me while I hot glue flowers to everything now.

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

5-Minute Spring Flower Corsage

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