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Hallowedding: Groom's Corsage

Top off your spooky ensemble with a corsage that is sure to frighten all your party guests.

What You Need

  • Chipboard flowers: 1-3/4- and 3-inch-diameter
  • Two black-and-white patterned papers
  • Black acrylic paint and paintbrush
  • Spray adhesive
  • Glue gun and hotmelt adhesive
  • 3/4-inch-diameter black-and-white button
  • Pinback
  • 6-inch square of black netting

How to Make It

  1. Trace each chipboard flower onto a patterned paper.
  2. Cut out the shapes.
  3. Paint the edges of the chipboard flowers black; let dry.
  4. Adhere the paper flowers to the chipboard flowers using spray adhesive.
  5. Use hot glue to assemble the rest of the corsage as follows: Adhere the small flower to the large flower and a button for the flower center.
  6. Attach a pinback to the back.
  7. Fold the netting in quarters; gather one edge of the folded netting, securing the gathers with a needle and thread.
  8. Glue the gathered edge below the pinback.

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