Due to school proms and graduations being canceled this year, we thought we’d share some DIY ideas for how to celebrate at home instead. Using a few of our flower patterns, Meagan assembled a crepe paper wrist corsage that would be beautiful for either event. And if you really want to go all out, you can even make a paper flower head wreath or crown to complement your outfit! 

Below you will find all of the paper flowers we used for this project as well as a video tutorial on how to assemble your corsage.

Better than all the wrist

This crepe paper wrist corsage is a lovely gift for parents to give to their daughters — and it’s better than a real one because it will last forever. We recently saw a video of a dad all dressed up and dancing with his daughter in her prom dress. This was such a sweet moment that the dad created and I’m sure an experience the daughter will never forget! So adding some handmade touches that your kid can hold on to forever will only make it feel extra memorable. 

Another idea is to craft this crepe paper wrist corsage as a Mother’s Day gift. Or save it as a wedding idea for your mom and future mother-in-law. Although we love how the lavender lisianthus looks in this corsage, you can always change the crepe paper to complement your dress or color scheme.

Ready to make your corsage? Gather your tools and materials, then follow along with our video tutorial. If you have any questions, just ask. And be sure to share pictures of your crepe paper wrist corsage with us by using the #MadeWithLia hashtag!

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Want more ideas? See all of our paper flower templates and styled party ideas. We also have graduation crafts.

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