7 - 1 inch gumballs per flower
16-18" of ribbon per corsage
To start, lay out your gumballs on a flat surface you can hot glue on in the pattern you want them to ultimately be finished in.
Keeping the gumballs on the flat surface to keep the flower level, add a dab of hot glue to center gumball and attach one of the "petal" gumballs to it. Continue adding glue and then adding a "petal" until you have added all 6 gumballs. The glue dries very fast so you will have to work quickly.
Cut out a 2" cardboard circle and a matching 2" felt circle for each flower that you want to make into a corsage.
Glue the cardboard circle down to the back of your flower, followed by your piece of ribbon and then your felt circle. That's it!! You're corsage is finished.
Gumballs come is so many fun colors, both in matte and shimmer, these days that your color combinations are limitless. And with the plethora of amazing ribbons available you can truly personalize these corsages for any event. I could see these fun corsages being perfect for a father/daughter dance, Easter Brunch, Mother's Day, play date crafts.... so many possibilities.
Aren't they just adorable on little wrists?
She's just too sassy sometimes.
And they even look cute on mom size wrists!