Faye Hankins
Faye Hankins
  • Hometalker
  • Spencer, TN

VALENTINE CORSAGE

2 Materials
$2
1 Hour
Easy

Made from chenille stems (pop cleaners to us older folks). This is a cute way to give the Ladies of your church a little something for Valentine's Day!
valentine corsage
Start with 6 red stems or whatever color you prefer. 1 or 2 green stems and one glitter stem in your preferred color. A flat pin to attach it to your recipient.
valentine corsage
Take the 6 stems and twist them together in the middle.
valentine corsage
Pull them up and start rolling each stem from the end toward the middle. You will have 12 stems to roll.
valentine corsage
valentine corsage
valentine corsage
Okay you have all the stems rolled to the center.
valentine corsage
Take one or two green stems and twist them in the middle and roll up just like the rose. Attach them to the bottom of the rose by twisting them around the rose from the bottom.
valentine corsage
Now take the red glitter stem and put it through the bottom of the green stem and through the back of the pin to attach it to your corsage.
valentine corsage
Take the ends of this stem and pull them through the back of the pin and form a heart with the stem.
valentine corsage
Here you can see the stem going through the pin.
valentine corsage
This is one of the corsages. This is a larger version of the heart.
valentine corsage
The one on the left is a smaller version with less glitter stems of green and a smaller heart shape. The women at my church were thrilled with them.
Any price and availability information displayed on [relevant Amazon Site(s), as applicable] at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page. More info

Have a question about this project?

Join the conversation

1 comment
Your comment...