Perfect Simplicity Corsage/Boutonniere Craft Kit
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This corsage and boutonniere kit is perfect for any occasion!
Kit Includes :
- 9 Sola Wood Flowers
- Jute Twine
- Tape Sample
- Boutonniere Pins
- Short Wire Stems (for boutonniere)
- Glue Sample
- Broom Bloom Green Filler Sample
Please note - this is a craft kit, this is NOT a finished product. The finished product in the example is for inspiration only.
If you choose the Build It For Me option, you will receive the following finished items :
Images for illustrative purposes. Actual flowers vary based on inventory availability.
Mint chocolate chip
Grey goat blue
Our craft kits are the perfect way for beginners and experienced crafters alike to jump into a sola wood project. If you’re new to crafting with sola, they come with just about everything you need to get started.
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So these flowers look great! Love the cheaper alternative to real flowers that looks so good! But there were no instructions, except a moderately helpful YouTube video about another Sola bouquet. It was really hard to put together, especially to adjust flowers once they were in. I need a sheet of how-tos, tips and tricks. Also, it needs to be clearer what I need for my project. (e.g., If I’m buying 200 flowers, I also need 200 stems.) Would also be helpful to know I need a glue gun. I didn’t really understand the project until it arrived. Overall, I’m really happy with how my bouquet turned out. But I definitely won’t be throwing it; it’s way too fragile!
Here are my tips:
I added some pearls on stems that I found at Hobby Lobby.
I found that double looping a small rubber band around the stems early on and then slipping the new stems into it helped hold it together.
The green tape did *nothing*; I used electrical tape to bind it together.
Put the greenery higher up than the flowers, it tends to slip down.
Don’t wait to adjust til the end as you won’t be able to reach the center flowers.